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Hey all! Yep! It’s another Halloween craft! Sorry, I just can’t help it… I love me some Halloween and have a LOT of projects planned out! Don’t forget you can easily access my Halloween projects from my top navigation menu! I’ve only been crafting for a year, but there are several cute ideas so far!

Now, I will admit this is not my ‘original’ idea. I bought a kit that came with things to make my own Frankenstein take out boxes a couple years ago. That project is what actually made me think about getting a Cricut last year! Here are the ‘original’ boxes from the kit (ignore the bird, it’s a graphic form my old blog..):

Cute, right? And yeah, buying a kit adds up when you have 28+ students in a class! I finally sat down this morning and made my own version! My first place to go when I need great 3D SVG files is SVG Cuts! I knew they had a take out box in the ‘Crush on You’ Valentine’s set and it worked perfect and SUPER easy to assemble!

Here are some more pictures of my completed project!

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If you’d like to make one here’s whatcha’ gotta do:

  • Head to SVG Cuts and buy the ‘Crush on You’ and ‘ Easter Morning Egghunt’ (this is just grass for the hair, so you might already have a grass file or you can use a cartidge?)
  • Cut your box in a green that you like.. I used A deep mossy green from my ‘Autumn’ stack of AC cardstock.
  • Assemble your box. SVG Cuts already has fold lines so it’s easy to figure out!
  • On the side where the little hole is, add a small eyelet.
  • Ink the edges. I used ‘Antique Pewter’ from Color Box. Love this color for Halloween projects!
  • Cut the grass at 4.00w and 1.25h with ‘keep proportions’ UNCHECKED. You will use the grass as hair and trim the edges neatly.

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  • I wanted my wire (20g jewelry wire) to twist out the ends to look like ‘bolts’. Wrap the wire 4-5 times around a pen or pencil to coil it.
  • Since the box was made to have the string/wire go through the sides and not come out of the side like shown, I just cut slit.. a sloppy one, lol.
  • I added a loose coil in the middle of the handle to add an extra sumthin’… Then it’s time to add the face!

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The facial features are all cut from the SCAL (or MTC) shapes library. Cut the following:

  • Two white circles (I used very light grey for the ‘whites’ of the eyes, looks great in person!) Cut two at 1.00″.
  • Two black circles at .75″.
  • I cut a circle for the nose and then trimmed off 1/4th of it. Cut the nose at 1.00″.
  • Half circle eyelids are cut at 1.15″w.
  • Assemble as shown.. I used 3D foam adhesive to pop the eyelids up a bit!
  • The mouth and stitches were hand drawn.
  • That’s it! Embellish with twine, ribbons, a tag, etc! Fun for the kiddos, too!

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I hope you like it! If you make some, please stop by my Facebook page to share!

I have a couple more projects to share this week so keep an eye out!

Toodles!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Super Super Cute Idea – love your take on Franky!

  2. Thienly says:

    Oh, love these! and a great tutorial, too! How creative to use these elements – I would’ve never thought about that!

  3. Tonie Scarano says:

    Love it !!!

  4. Rose says:

    I just love this box. I have no idea how to use SCAL or anything else that isn’t on a cartridge. I have an expression and am now just getting into Cricut Craft Room. I was told you couldn’t have both on your expression. I look forward to cartridge projects as I love everything you make. TFS

  5. kay mcbride says:

    oh i do so love it!! i like halloween too and doing projects for halloween stuff. u did a great job with frankie, i will def. use your ideas hope u dont mind!!. tfs

    • Happy Life, Crafty Wife says:

      I don’t mind at all! That is why I share, I love to give people ideas :) Just link back to my blog if you share online ;)

  6. Charlee says:

    The links are taking me to file not found page…
    So So cute.. I wish I had your imagination!!!
    Thanks for a wonderful idea!!

  7. Joanne says:

    I love this box. and you make how many? What lucky little kids to get these.

  8. Claudell says:

    I love your Frankie, but I love more the “old” ones, jajajja… so cuteeeeeeeeee!!!!!

    CONGRATS FOR YOU WORK!!

    By the way the links doens’t works for me ¿?…

    Claudell

    • Happy Life, Crafty Wife says:

      The ‘old’ ones ARE cute! I thought about making him again with a smile face a googly eyes to make it more ‘cutesy’ I just secretly hate googly eyes, LOL! As for the links, how weird.. they worked when I tested them?…. You will want to go to SVGCUTS.COM :)

  9. Jennifer says:

    These are so cute and would be perfect for a classroom Halloween party! How do you apply the ink to the sides of cardstock? I love the extra dimension that it gives.

  10. Corri Garza says:

    Tamara! I love this box…thanks so much for sharing the details! I might give these a try for class treats this year….if i do I’ll post them to FB..

  11. Angela Briles says:

    Hi,

    I LOVE these boxes, and am trying to make them – but I can’t figure out how to set the eyelets for his “bolts” How did you do that part?

    I love the tutorial…easy to follow…I’m just stuck on that one part!

    Thanks so much!

    • Happy Life, Crafty Wife says:

      Sent you and email! But you have to set them by hand before assembling, or use a ‘Big Bite’ :)

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