Spooky What?

Hello all, Agnes’ here sharing a Spooky What? 
Spooky what is the name of the game here because this project can be a banner, a home decor or a treat box…for the treat box I would add some clear transparency behind the letters and maybe secured the lid with some adhesive.
You can find these boxes in the ‘Tags, Bags, Boxes and More’ cartridge. You can also find it in the Cricut Access Library. 
You can find the cardstock at Cut cardstock . The links will be at the end of this post. 
BTW, I loove this glitter cardstock. I have been using it a lot lately. You have to give it a try. You are going to love it. 
These boxes have a window on the front as you can see in the above pics. I used that window to weld the S P O O K Y letters. Thi font is from ‘Happy Haunting’, another Cricut Cartridge. 
I also cut the letters on gold glitter cardstock and glued them on top of the welded ones. Then it was time to scored and fold them. (The third pics shows a shape which I did ended up not using, sorry. It was the shadow of a pumpkin :)) 

Here you can see you end up with a lid (where the letters are) and the insert that makes it a box. To decorate the inside I cut some pieces of cardstock, embossed them and glued them on the inside.
This is how it looks all finished. 
Ready to highlight a little space in my home.
But that is not all…
in case I want to hang them instead, I added a piece of rustic twine and I have an instant  banner.
(Sorry about the blurry pic but it was hard to get a pic with the glitter shining). 
I love how they turned out. 
If you decide to give them a try and have any questions on the ‘How To’, please do not hesitate to ask in the comments area.
Remember, all brownall gold and all orange cardstock are on sale this month and they are a true delight to work with.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Cut Cardstock Supplies Used:
Moroccan Cocoa Card StockGold Glitter Card StockBasis Dark Orange Card stock 
Holiday Green Discount Card StockMono Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue

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