Dreamweaver Stencils: Family Fun for Halloween

My post this week features two new designs from Dreamweaver, a re-release of the Bats stencil and the new Vintage Decor design, which I used last week as well. When you have a really versatile design, they can be used over and over for so many projects. This week I used these designs to create Halloween "clings" with a bare minimum of supplies and very little effort. You can find my tutorial for this project on Paper Craft Planet. With a bit of adult supervision, this project is simple enough to be done with kids. The "clings" can be used to adhere to pumpkins, windows, mirrors, lanterns, and can be peeled off when finished. Head on over to the Paper Craft Planet blog for all the details, and be sure to leave a comment there for an opportunity to win the stencil of your choice!

Don't forget to check out more mysterious and magical creations from our special guest designer and the rest of the team, and link your own creations on the Dream It Up! blog!


Hey! I'm intrigued! Need a link to PCP, though...pretty please?
Louise said…
What a GREAT idea! I am going to have to do this by next weekend when my company comes, the heck with dusting (looks creepier with cobwebs for Halloween anyway!). Seriously, this rocks!
Lea said…
Eeek! I love your pumpkins! So cool! I'm going to have to make some clings, too! Can't wait to get that new stencil, it's gorgeous!
Dorothy said…
These are lovely, great idea for glass candle holders.
Jan Castle said…
Love your decorated pumpkins...so festive for the holidays!!! Great idea!!!
Jamie Martin said…
What a great idea to stencil on a pumpkin, love it!
Alison said…
What a totally clever use for your stencils! They look fantastic on those pumpkins!

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