First I cut a 4.25" square of heavy cardboard and then started layering - patterned paper, vellum, punched borders, mini messages stickers, that sweet cat cameo and jewels. I stitched things in between adhering and added pop dots for some layers.
I punched a spider web and then placed the purple resin flower in the center. I used a black and white striped straw as the "dowel" and hot glued the layered piece to the top. (The straws were in a package of orange/white and black/white at TJ Maxx.)
I have a collection of vintage wooden spools and used one as the base that I jazzed up with patterned paper and flower (LOVE the new ones). I hot glued the flower and the straw to the base for a little more stability.
Super simple and a fun new piece to add to my Halloween decor! Your next stop on the blog hop is the fabulous Emeline!
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