Bottle of Boos by Brigit Mann

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Illuminate the night with this whimsical spooky project. It’s a boo-tiful addition to your ghostly Halloween home décor decorations.

SVG Collections Used

 New Year’s Eve SVG Kit
 Spooky Silhouettes SVG Collection
 Toil and Trouble SVG Kit

Supplies Used

  • Pattern and Solid Paper
  • Sprinkles and Pearls
  • Vellum
  • Adhesive
  • Paper Pay Studio Flair
  • Trendy Twine
  • Ink
  • Button
  • Black Rose Font
  • White Gel Pen
  • Black Paint
  • Tea light
  • Wine Cork
  • Brads
  • Ribbon
  • Paint Brush

Dimensions

New Year's Eve SVG Kit (3D Champagne Bottle)
panels_top.svg 4.8"w pattern paper
panels_bottom.svg 6"w pattern paper
vellum.svg 6"w vellum
green1.svg 11"w black
green2.svg 11"w purple
Spooky Silhouettes SVG Collection
ghost1.svg 2.415"w x 1.265"h white
ghost2.svg 2.105"w x 1.175"h white
ghosts_strip.svg 11.625"w x 1.360"h white
Toil and Trouble SVG Kit (apothecary jar - short)
cream.svg 2.950"w black
label_top.svg 2.950"w white

Instructions

  1. Cut out the champagne bottle.
  2. Before assembling the bottle put your vellum pieces on and with the back of paint brush dot some black paint on each hole. When that dries dot either with a white gel pen or paint on each black dot, this creates the ghost eyes.
  3. Follow the directions to assemble the bottle.
  4. For the Bottle of Boos label I ungrouped and took out the score marks, but left the holes.
  5. For the top label I did a print and cut using the Black Rose Font.
  6. I attached the ghost banner by gluing the top ghost down and wrapped around the bottle and then glued down the last one.
  7. Finish adding your embellishments.

Design Tips

Brigit - SVGCuts Design Team Artist

  • Twine works perfectly if you want to wrap something around the middle section, like I did.
  • Bend the label slightly with a pen so it molds to the bottle better.
  • It’s more secure to add the label to the bottle with brads, just poke holes through where the label holes are.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my project; it definitely received some attention in my house, who doesn’t like a Bottle of Boos. I’m going to add a couple of wine glasses filled with marshmallows and put some vinyl ghost faces on them for some more whimsical Halloween fun!!


2 Responses to “Bottle of Boos by Brigit Mann”

  1. Beth Hillier September 30, 2013 at 12:08 pm #

    This is way cool, I just love it!

  2. Brigit October 8, 2013 at 1:55 pm #

    Thanks so much Beth!!