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Ghostly Globe with SVG Attic

Happy Friday! Lisa here, from the The Crafting Cave,  ready to share another Halloween 
project with you. I used the Snowglobe Box from JGW Snow Flurries
Collection and 3D Ghost from SDS Ghostly Graveyard
I think this is a really fun way to give a little Halloween 
gift! There's plenty of room in the box to put candy, tea lights, gift cards and more.
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
I used The Paper Studio Jeepers Creepers 12x12 Papers, Craft Smith Neutrals 12x12 Paper, cream cardstock to assembly the globe and ghost. I punched a small hole in the back arch to hang the ghost from using Trendy Twin. Added Crate Paper After Dark Enamel Dots and Jolee's Boutique Stickers to finish it off. 
SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
 The box holds an 11oz bag of Reese's Mini Peanut Butter Cups perfectly.
Just to give you an idea how big it is. I measured the globe at 8in. tall and about 5.5in wide.
SVG Attic JGW Snow Globe and SDS Ghostly Graveyard
This would be a perfect gift for teachers and/or neighbors.
   Be sure to checkout all the fun Halloween Collections in the SVG ATTIC Store today. 

Thanks for stopping by today.
I hope you a weekend filled full of Boo-tiful Crafting!


  1. I am so impressed by this project! I love how you used that "snowglobe" and turned it into a perfectly Halloween treat box. Awesome job!

    1. Awww, thank you! I had a lot of fun with this one. Now to get those Peanut Butter cups out of my craft room. LOL


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