The frame is 8 x 10 inches and was missing the glass front, which worked out perfectly for bats on pop-dots. I used a dark backdrop, some colorful patterned papers and a bat punch from Stampin' Up!
The paper, tag, stickers and button are all from Fancy Pants Designs. I used a mix of papers from the new Collecting Moments and Happy Go Lucky collections. I bent the bat wings up a bit for extra dimension.
The bats are a play on the popular butterfly frames.
I was looking through my blog posts and realized that I made Halloween frames in 2012 and 2011 too.
Here's the one I made last year, using Echo Park Paper. This frame was smaller and was published in Paper Crafts magazine.
In 2011, I made this Halloween frame while a guest designer for Echo Park.
I've made several other Halloween projects in the last few years. Lots of treats, no tricks. Here are the links:
Owl Pillow Box Treat
Halloween Test Tubes
And one non-paper craft - a simple painted pumpkin:
Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy Hauntings!