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Disney Winnie the Pooh Trick or Treat Plaque by Mel Heaton

As Halloween is just around the corner, this lovely plaque will let trick or treaters know that they are welcome to come knocking on your door for treats! This plaque can be hung on your front door or in your window.

  • Home Crafts
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner

You Will Need:

  • Disney Winnie the Pooh Halloween Character Range
  • Disney Winnie the Pooh Halloween Colourful Creations Paper Pack
  • Disney Winnie the Pooh Halloween Backing Paper Pad
  • Cardstock
  • Foam pads
  • Pinflair glue
  • Die-cutting machine
  • Wooden Plaque
  • Bee stamp
  • Bow
  • Buttons
  • Black Ink Pad


  1. Place the Pooh die over the matching image from the colourful creations pad and ensure there is an even amount of brown bleed around the edge.

  2. Pass through the die-cutting machine and remove the cutting.

  3. Decorate a blank round wooden plaque with embellishments such as buttons and gems. Cut out three circles in yellow, green and orange in different sizes, with yellow being the smallest. These will fit over the plaque.

  4. Choose a woodland scene from the Disney Winnie the Pooh paper kit and ink up the edges. Add on little bees with a stamp.

  5. Ink around the edges of the circles, then take a fine liner pen and scribble lines and crosses around the whole circle. This will separate the circles in matting and layering.

  6. Matt and layer up the circles then stick some foam pads at the back of the card. Stick onto your wooden plaque.

  7. Next, place your scene onto the circles, line up, and stick in the middle.

  8. Arrange your die-cut characters on top of the scene and stick down when you are happy with the composition.

  9. Finish off with a bow at the top or other embellishments.

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