Halloween Configuration Box

Halloween is such a fun time to craft! There are so many great colors to work with as well as fun objects. I typically make at least one wall hanging every year, but this year I decided to create a configuration box.


The paper stack I worked with is called Rare Oddities from Graphic 45. It is perfect for a configuration box. I combined it with some of Tim Holtz Idea-ology items on both the inside and out.


I filled the mini glass vials with distress powder, mini pearls and steal straight pins. It was fun to put the labels on the bottles with the vial labels and the Remnant Rub ons.

You can see how I created this box by visiting my You Tube channel in the link below.



While I loved decorating the box, I think filling the shelves with my Found Objects was the most fun! I love all the little trinkets and of course my vial bottles.

I will be sharing my configuration box with a few challenges as well.





I am sharing this project with Stamplorations - mixed media challenge


Supplies

I have created links to the supplies I used to create this canvas. Compensated affiliate links can be used at no cost to you. All products were personally purchased and are part of my personal crafting stash. This post is NOT sponsored by any company. 


Comments

  1. What a fascinating piece of art. what will you do with this? Thanks for playing with us at Pixels and paper.

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  2. I'd never heard of a configuration box before, but I can certainly appreciate the creativity and detailed work to put it together. The Graphic 45 papers are perfect for this project.

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  3. Wow! This is great! So many elements to look at - I bet this was great fun to work on. Love all the colours you have used too.
    Thanks for joining us over at Creative Artiste this month. Hope to see you again - good luck!
    Hugs,
    Bev (DT) x

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  4. Wow! What a great project, a lot of work has gone into your configuration box. It's a fabulous work of art! Thanks for joining in at 'Pixels and Paper' this month

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  5. So very creative. Thank you for sharing with us at Pixels and Paper.

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  6. Wow I love this. It looks amazing. Love all the different elements you have used.
    thanks for joining our challenge over at
    http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.com.au/
    Debbie Dt

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  7. Monica this is fantastic great make
    Thanks for join us at
    {Digistamps4Joy DT Member}
    Hope to see you again and goodluck

    Karin

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  8. Love this it is such great fun! Especially like the little bottles, thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month. Jane (DT) :) X

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  9. I just love your creative Halloween Configuration box Monica! The papers ARE perfect for it - great colors and designs - and such fun things filling your 'shelves'! thanks so much for joining us in the AVJ Create Within a Frame challenge! Julia xx

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  10. An amazing configuration box. Love all the attention to detail. Super work.

    Kim-May xx

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  11. This is fantastic! I love all those adorable little bottles and the trinkets you've filled your beautiful box with. Thank you so much for joining us at A Vintage Journey xx

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  12. what a truly lovely project, the labels on the vials are so adorable!!!! Thank you for playing along with Pixels and Paper!!

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  13. Great Project Monica! Love the details and paper! And how cute are those vials??? Thank you for joining us at STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge this month and good luck. We sure hope you join us again. Please note a stencil is needed in your project to qualify for the monthly prize.

    Amy- DT
    {Lil Cutie Creations}

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  14. I love this kinda projects!!! gorgeous work! Thanks for playing along with us at STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge this month!!! :)

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  15. OMG! This is soooo awesome! Thank you for joining us over at the STAMPlorations challenge. Hugs, Susanne.

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