Hello crafters, card makers, and stampers! My favourite crafting ‘season’ is here – Fall/Winter! With Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Christmas in the next few months there are so many amazing reasons to sit down and get creative. Today I’m sharing an adorable Halloween hand sanitizer holder with you that’s really simple to make.
I made this project live on my YouTube weekly crafting show and I have the recording here for you today in case you missed it. I typically go live on Wednesday nights at 7pm MT, so be sure to mark it on your calendar.
The Bag of Bones Bundle was out of stocked when I filmed this video, but it’s back in stock – YAY! It really is such a fabulous Halloween bundle of stamps and dies. It has great imagery and fun sentiments to make a large selection of Halloween projects.
The bright white skeleton has been heat embossed, and let me tell you, if you have not tried heat embossing before, you will be hooked once you do! It’s super fun to watch that powder melt and turn into a glossy and raised image or sentiment.
I’ve sized the container perfectly so hand sanitizer from Bath & Body Works fits inside, but you could fill it with a couple mini chocolate bars instead if you like! I think this is such a cute container and the tombstone dies really make all the difference in bringing this Halloween project together.
If you liked today’s project, you’re going to LOVE my current Class To Go! Make sure you contact me to get a spot asap as I’ll be closing class registrations quickly.
Get the Bag of Bones Class To Go details HERE.
When you shop with me, you get rewarded! With every $50 ordered using the monthly host code, you’ll automatically be enrolled in my Stamp Tokens program, plus receive a thank you gift from me.
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the project I had to share with you today! You’ll find a full supply list, with clickable links, at the end of this post. Thank you in advance for shopping with me!