Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

“Every year I get so excited to make a wonderful Halloween decoration for my home. 
I just love that vintage, eclectic feel that Graphic 45 gives to their paper collections and I can hardly wait until I see what the next Halloween collection will be. 
Halloween in Wonderland is one of my favorite collections so I was thrilled when they released the Deluxe Edition. 
I knew right away I was going to create a hall tree with it. 
I hope you fall in love with it as much as I have.”

Check out How to Make a Happy Halloween Hall Tree With Tutorial by Pam Bray on Snapguide.

Make sure to stop by the Graphic 45 Blog and check out my talented teamie Aneta wonderful project HERE!!!
Tip:
1.) Make sure to check out the floral and jewelry departments in your local craft stores to find fun, wonderful miniatures and floral to cut apart to decorate your dimensional projects with.
2.) To give raw chipboard and fast and easy look, press pieces in VersaMark, sprinkle with embossing powder and heat. Repeat with other colors of embossing powder to create depth to your pieces remembering to always keep embossing powder separate as they are used.
Supplies:

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2 thoughts on “Happy Halloween Hall Tree with Tutorial with Graphic 45

  1. Unknown says:

    Oh my gracious Pam – YOU are amazingly creative and this is STUNNINGLY SPECTACULAR – WOW. Every tiny detail is perfection. I love that it's Halloween and scary but still friendly!! What a treat to see this! Xj.

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  2. sarascloset says:

    Oh, my goodness, Pam! This is a fabulous Halloween hall tree and I can see it in my home! So many spooky, but fun things to look at, and all brought to life with those yummy papers and chippies! Your witch hat is so creative, and the little tea set, the bottle of bones and that bat all made me squeal with Halloween delight! Well done on the chippie fence, and oh, I could go on and on! Love this! Hugs!

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