So cute!! Who is ready for a little Halloween punch art?! This adorable Count Dracula was created with the Penguin Builder Punch!! He is perched on a Tombstone Treat box with a yummy treat inside. I have an instruction “map” and a video below on how to create this adorable vampire! For a Frankenstein made with the Penguin Place Bundle visit this blog post.
In this close up you can see the collar of his cape and the gleaming red rhinestone in the middle of his bow tie. He is layered on to a square of one of the FREE Sale-a-bration choices; Be Dazzling Specialty Paper and a layer of Black Glimmer Paper. The adorable fangs are drawn in with the Chalk Marker, the mouth was drawn on with the Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker, and the pair of eyes and the bow tie stamps are from the Penguin Place stamp set – watch the video below to see how to get the eyes close together on this project. The Penguin Place stamp set is available as a bundle with with the Penguin Builder punch that I used to create the Count Dracula. Special thank you to demonstrator Dawn Olchefske for creating and sharing this fun idea!
This instruction “map” that I created shows you the steps to go through to build your vampire to gift at Halloween. Click on the photo above to go to a downloadable version of this “map”.
These Tombstone Treat Boxes are SO cute – and super easy to put together, they even have the adhesive already in place. Of course, I just had to add a greeting inside the box as well! In the video I share a non-Halloween project that you can create with left over boxes.
In the video above I walk you through how to make this adorable project. Here are the dimensions for the other pieces on the box:
Be Dazzling Specialty Paper 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ – top layer behind Count Dracula
Black Glimmer Paper 2″ x 2″ – lower layer behind Count Dracula
Black Glimmer Paper 1″ x 3″ – lower layer behind greeting on the front of the box
Basic White 3/4″ x 2-1/2″ – for greeting on the front of the box
Black Glimmer Paper 3/4″ x 2-3/4″ – lower layer behind greeting on the inside of the box
Basic White 1/2″ x 2-1/2″ – greeting layer inside the box
Thank you so much for letting me share this cute project with you – in the next blog post I will be sharing an adorable Frankenstein made with this same amazing Penguin Builder Punch! Click the subscribe button on the side (computer) or at the bottom (mobile) so that you catch the next post. Below are the supplies that I used to make this project. Remember it is Sale-a-bration so if you place a $50 order you will qualify for a free item – like the lovely Be Dazzling Specialty Paper that we used on this project.
Thank you so much for tuning in and happy creating!