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Create Halloween Fun With Canvas Corp!

Posted by Meghan Quinones

Whether you are looking for a goodie bag or a festive home decor piece, the Halloween goodies from Canvas Corp have you covered in the DIY department!

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Whether you are looking for a goodie bag or a festive home decor piece, the Halloween goodies from Canvas Corp have you covered in the DIY department!

Add some flair to your home with a spooky frame!

I glued a piece of patterned paper to the top of my wooden frame. I cut out an image of a tree from one of the Canvas Corp. 12x12 pieces of cardstock and used Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze to add a touch of gold shimmer to my tree. I then cut out some scary bats, a black cat, and witches hat. I added a foam square behind each of these and placed them on my frame. I cut out a fun saying from one of my 12x12 papers and also added a foam square behind it to give it some dimension.

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Add playful pumpkin garland to your Halloween get together in a snap! To create your pumpkins, cut out 6 2.5"x2.5" squares from your orange burlap. Grab the 12x12 piece of black fabric and cut out eye and mouths. Use Fabric Mod Podge to glue your eyes and mouths to your pumpkin. After I added faces to my pumpkins, I cut a piece of my tan 12x12 fabric and clipped it to my pumpkins and hemp twine. To finish the look of my garland, I cut out some imagaes from one of my 12x12 papers and added them to my hemp twine with mini yellow clothespins.

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All of your cute witches and ghosts will need a treat to take home after your Halloween soiree. Why not whip up one of these candy cone treat bags using some of the 12x12 Canvas Corp Fabric!

To create my candy corns, I first sketched a piece of candy corn on a piece of paper. After I cut out my candy corn image, I traced it on to my orange fabric 3 times and cut it out. I then cut my candy corn into 3 sections. I traced 3 of the middle section onto my yellow fabric and cut them out. Then, I traced my top section onto my white oat colored piece of canvas 3 times and cut out.

After all of my candy corn sections were cut, I added Mod Podge to the back of one yellow piece and glued it to the top of my orange candy corn piece. I then added my oat colored fabric to the top of my orange fabric with Mod Podge. I repeated these steps with my other two candy corns, After my glue dried on all of my candy corns, I added a layer of Mod Podge to the back of each and glue them to the front of my bag.

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For a quick and simple treat bag, add hot glue to the back of a burlap flower and glue it the bottom left of your treat bag. Then, grab the spider charm and stitch it to the center of your burlap flower. The only left is to fill it up with treats for your trick-or-treaters!

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Last, but not least, we can not forget about the adults. This wine bag is the perfect gift to give the hostess throwing your adult halloween party!

To create this wine bag, cut a half circle from the yellow 12x12 fabric sheet, add Fabric Mod Podge to the back and glue to the upper corner of your wine bag. Next, cut out the bat, 'Happy Halloween' words, and stacked pumpkins from your printed fabric. Add a layer of Mod Podge to the back of your bat and glue it on top of the moon. I tried off the part of the wing that was hanging over the edge of the bag.

To turn your pumpkins orange, spritz them with the Plain Jane Simply Sheer Mist in Safety Orange. Once the ink has dried completely, add a layer of Mod Podge to the back and glue it to your bag. Grab your bottle, place it in your wine bag, and head to your party!

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