Monday, July 21, 2014

Coffin Wedding Favor

 Do you remember this little number back in June?  Well, this is another little something I included in the package to a friend of mine that is getting married on Halloween.  This was just an extreme BLAST to put together.  I just love a good challenge.
 Let's make no "Bones" about it.  I am a Dollar store addict.  These little skeletons are something I picked up at the dollar store maybe a year or two ago.  I gave the Bride a Veil and the Groom a Bow Tie.  The white lace looking trim around the coffin are various Martha Stewart Halloween punches.
 There is a fence behind the couple that helps them sit up properly.  The roses were made with watercolor paper dipped in distress ink and tipped with black.  The box is something I got at Michael's a couple years ago.  I want to get one that plays spooky music when you open it!!!  lol
I included the Wedding Couples name and date of marriage on the inside  I just love this.  I want to make one just for my own Halloween decorations.  So a super cool fun project.  Hope you like it.  See you soon.


KarinsArtScrap said...

this is beautiful made and looks great Carol.
Gr Karin

KimCreate said...

So extremely create and just adorable for a halloween wedding! The bride and groom will LOVE it!

Donna Ellis said...

LOL! You have had so much fun with this theme, haven't you, Carol? And it has brought my appreciation for your amazing imagination to its highest level! GREAT funny ideas which are, at the same time, decidedly charming. hugs de

Nan G said...

I love it! What a cool treat for the big day.!

Colleen Dietrich said...

This is FANTASTIC, Carol! I *do* remember the other creation you made for your friend, and this is a perfect accompaniment!

nwilliams6 said...

CArol, this is so cool! What a fun thing for this wedding you helped with. You are amazing!!!! Wonderful work and the sentiment and inside are wonderful too. You Do love a good challenge! You inspire me always. Hugz!

Stamping With Bibiana said...

so funny and as beautiful as you know how to do it...great one
Hugs from California