Jack Skellington Luminary

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I was thrilled when my friend Melanie invited me to be a part of the Popcorn Box Challenge, hosted by Laura Kelly Designs and sponsored by World Market. I love Halloween, so I was definitely excited to see what I could come up with! I kicked around several ideas, but once I got my package and saw the striped paper and spider brad, I knew what I had to do!

The items I received in my package from Laura were:

Popcorn box and Dark Chocolate bar: World Market

Udderly Smooth Hand Cream

Decorative papers and Halloween die cuts: AdornIt and Sizzix

Black and Orange Felt: Kunin Group

Halloween stickers and Personalized pencils: Oriental Trading

I painted the box white with two coats of Rust-Oleum gloss enamel. I then traced the eyes and mouth onto the box, then cut them out using a razor knife.

I used a pencil to draw the bow tie design on the backside of the AdornIt paper and then cut it out.

I added the spider brad and used a bit of super glue to affix it to the box.

I added a flameless candle tealight and put it out on my porch to welcome Trick-or-Treaters!

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