Grubby little hands - 31DOH Day 29

Welcome to the 29th day of 31 Days of Halloween, hosted by the awesome Smeared Ink! There are many awesome and talented crafters in this blog hop, which you'll find listed on the right, and you can start right back at the beginning if you've just arrived here :) There will be treasure hunts and prizes to win, so don't forget to visit everyone!

Thank you so much for hanging in with me - turns out yesterday (28th) got eaten by goblins, so we're jumping right into day 29!  I'm back from holiday with some more Halloween goodies before the big day arrives.

Today I have slimy handwash - perfect for those grubby little ghouls and boils that filth up your house lol

All I did was remove the labels from a bottle of Dettol handwash - it was already green so of course that's why I bought it!  I wrapped some halloween paper around the bottle - it's double sided so you can see a pattern inside the bottle too.  Then I added some tulle, a tag, a spiderweb charm and some spidies.  Super easy and fun to make.  I stamped bloody hand prints on the bottle wrap and the tag.


Here's another view.  The tulle has been tied in a bow, the tag was cut from patterened paper and I just glued on a skully and stamped hands on it.  Oh and if you're wondering where I got my gorgeous spider from - he's my new Scentsy buddy, and was waiting for me when I got home from holidays!  Isn't he cute?!

The next stop on the blog hop is Airless Chambers.

11 comments

  1. How dare those Goblins? Hope they have a tummy ache. Today's altered hand wash bottle it adorable, though. The bloody hand prints are a perfect addition. xxD

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  2. What a fab project - TFS really cool xx

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  3. Bwahahahahhahaha, I love it, I'm totally going to have to go buy some green hand soap now too! Brilliant project!

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  4. Fantastic idea, looks absolutely brilliant.

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  5. This is a darling project and so brilliant. Makes for a great idea..lovely.

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  6. Awesome project! Love those bloody handprints!

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  7. Something new to embellish for Halloween.
    Wouldn't have thought of that one - but green handsoap kind of lends itself to the day.
    thanks for the idea.

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  8. Those horrid little red hands on the tag are the cutest. Nice black kitty. This is so much fun kids would wash hands unasked.

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  9. Fabulous Sarah! What a super idea! Love all the embellishments!

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