Using the Silhouette Ethcing kit, I made my own template using the shape designer. Then I cut the designs and followed the DVD tutorial (love that it came with the kit!)
|Oh this is just me doing a little 'glass etching' in the messy playroom-- lol!|
The jar can be filled with sweet or spooky treats-- candy corn, m&m's, cookies etc. It would make a fun little Halloween gift for a neighbor. Or pop a candle in it use it to light up the room. I am filling it with orange play dough and sending it to my daughter's preschool.
Have you made any Halloween crafts yet?
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