Friday, September 28, 2012

Frankenstein's "Wicked" Costume!

Hey all! 

Today I wanted to share with you the project I made for the SVG Cuts Facebook Halloween Challenge
The assignment is to use elements from specific kits chosen by SVG Cuts to recreate a 2D or 3D project.

So here is my entry! 
"Frank" in a witches costume!!! Isn't he sooo cute?!!!

"Franks" head is actually a coffin treat box that I have enlarged to about 11 inches tall. The little bolts coming out from his neck are cauldrons that I really shrank down in size, and witches hat is actually a treat cone. 
Doesn't look like "Frank" likes his new hat, lol!

The treat cone made for the perfect witches hat!

The cauldrons were so much fun to make even this tiny! Here is a closer look.

Love the "little picket fence" scars and his sad pumpkin eyes! 

You could say Frank got his hair cut from a cat! Look at the cat's teeth (middle picture below)... look familiar?!

All the files come from one of these 3 amazing SVG Cut kits... Elmhurst Hollow SVG KitMidnight Jamboree SVG Kit, and the Party on Elm Street SVG Kit. Thanks to Mary and Leo from SVG Cuts for creating such fun challenges and amazing files to work with!

Hope you enjoy my entry!
Happy crafting :)


  1. Wonderful entry for the Halloween Challenge! Very cool how you used the cauldron so small!

    1. Thanks Amy! And thanks for all you inspire! Really do love your work! Wish me luck!

  2. What a super cute Frankenstein! I love all his little details :)

    Im featuring this at a Halloween round up Wednesday :)

    1. Thanks so much Kelley!!! Will definitely go check out your Party! See you Wednesday :)

  3. Franky is so cute! :-) I'd love for you to share this and any other crafts at my new linky party, Submarine Sunday. I hope you'll stop by!


    1. Hi Tonna! Thanks so much for stopping by... would love to share my crafts on your new linky party! See you there :)

    2. I featured your Frankenstein Treat Box at Submarine Sunday #4. Come on over and grab a featured button!

      T'onna @ Navy Wifey Peters Aboard the USS Crafty


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