I was invited to join a huge group of craft bloggers to show off some of our latest Halloween projects! This crafty celebration gathers together the creative minds of some of my talented blogging friends, bringing you over 110 fabulous Halloween ideas! From costumes to parties, crafts and home decor, recipes and free printables, we have so many fun ideas to share! So let’s kick it off with my latest project- Halloween Punched Metal Night Lights!
These pretty metal punch lights are easier to create than you might think. Remember my previous metal punch rooster made from disposable cookie sheets? Yes, we are using disposable pans again! This simple project takes no time at all, and the results are so fun! A pretty decorative light that is just in time for the season! Want to know how to make it?
For this project I used:
One disposable aluminum buffet pan lid (you can find them at Party City or any party supply store)
Halloween Night Light Patterns
Knitting needle (for embossing and punching)
E6000 glue (or glue that is meant for metals or glass)
Dollar Store night light
Download the free patterns above and cut them out.
Use the knitting needle to press an outline of the pattern template onto the aluminum sheet.
Cut out your pattern shape along the embossed lines with a pair of scissors. (Do not use scissors for this project that you are attached to. The metal will dull them).
Use the knitting need to press the design of the pattern onto the cutout piece of aluminum.
No your pattern is ready for metal punching!
Lay the cut piece of metal onto a towel and use the knitting needle to begin punching along the lines of the pattern.
For the eyes and beak, I punched very closely together and removed the center pieces.
Here is the completed owl! At this point you want to use your fingers to smooth the piece as best you can.
Add your glass glue along one of the side edges. Then add a dot of hot glue to the top and bottom of the edge and shape the metal into a cone, overlapping the edges of the two sides. (The two dots of hot glue will hold it in place until the glass glue dries).
Complete the pumpkin pattern in the same manner as above.
Remove the cover of the night light and replace it with the decorative metal punched cone.
These pretty night lights are perfect for the season!
And they look even cooler with the lights out!
All week (Monday through Saturday) myself and my blogging friends will be sharing our fun creations with all of you. Be sure to check each day at Design Dazzle to see what the latest projects are. There will be 20 new Halloween projects each day this week and you can “hop” from one blog to another to check them all out!
Now, are you ready for more fabulous Halloween ideas from my blogging friends? Have some fun and join in on our blog hop! Simply click on each of the links for the Halloween projects you’d like to see and it’ll take you right to that post with details on how to create it. Have fun and pin away!
1. No-Sew Fairy Halloween Costume
2. Free Halloween Print: Frankenstein Wall Art
3. Candy Corn Layer Cake
4. Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Party Decorations
5. Free Happy Halloween Print
6. Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Candles
7. It’s in the Details Dessert Cups DIY
8. Printable Halloween BINGO cards
9. Ghoulish Glam Halloween Wreath
10. Creepy Potion Bottles (with Free Printable Lables!)
11. Easy Trick or Treat Basket
12. FREEBIE :: Halloween ART PRINT
13. Mercury Jack-O-Lantern
14. FREE Halloween Printables
15. Glittery Glue Spiderwebs
16. Halloween Metal Punch Night Lights
17. BOO, It’s Claytime Playtime!
18. Washi Tape Halloween Frame
19. Zombie Facials
Follow our Fabulous Halloween Ideas Pinterest board for even more inspiration!
Thanks to all 110+ fabulous bloggers participating! We’d love for you to visit their blogs and see what else they’re up to!
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