Sunday, April 5, 2009

Vintage Style Halloween Trinket Boxes

Here are some Halloween trinket boxes that I just listed on eBay. They are hand painted in a vintage Halloween style using orange, black and gold. I really love these boxes because not only do they open at the top, but they also have a secret opening in the middle.


I hand made the cat and the Jack O Lantern knobs out of paper clay. Then I painted them to match. The spider and the leaves are made out of polymer clay.


I relined the inside of the compartments with a black corduroy material.


The cat box measures 5 inches wide and 7 1/2 inches tall including the cat knob.

The JOL box measures 6 1/2 inches wide and 7 inches tall including the jol knob.

Thank you so much for looking! Here is the eBay auction if you would like to check them out:


Jodi said...

These are absolutely Perfect!!! WOW...a must for the Black and Orange Halloween Collector...
Best of luck on your wonderful art...

Have a Creative Monday

Tiffany (aka: mieljolie, newbiehere) said...

The boxes are adorable! I like that they coordinate but are unique. Very nice!


Chicken Lips said...

Jamie - these boxes are AMAZING!!!! Great work!

snippetgirl said...

These are fabulous!

Designs By CK said...

Popping in to say hello & wish you & yours a wonderful Easter weekend!

PS: Great trinket boxes!!!

SpOOky Hugs,
Chris (-:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work! I'm sure they will sell fast! Nice blog by the way.

Whimsyfolkartist said...

How do you make that?? LOL WOW

Creepy_Creations said...

Thank you for all the wonderful comments!!

I made them using the old knobs that the boxes came with. I covered over them with paper clay that way the cat and jol screws onto the lid without falling off.


The Bag Sisters - Jeannine & Ellen said...

Wow, these are amazing, as are all of your creations. I especially love the black cat box! The colors alone are so evocative of that special time of year (why, Halloween, of course!), it gives me the chills. Keep up the great work!

Kitty kisses,
"Bag #2" Ellen


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