Week 10 of 12 Weeks of Halloween – Spooky Gargoyle Rosettes

I absolutely love these super cute gargoyles on the Monster Bash DSP and they make adorable rosette ornaments for my Halloween Tree. I made a few different designs using the basic rosette I created on my Simply Scored score board. These rosettes can also be used for fun tags or easily looped over the neck of a bottle – a perfect gift to bring to a Halloween party. You can watch the Facebook Live replay of how to make this project here or on my YouTube channel here.

Monster Bash Designer Series Paper
Price: $11.50

Cut your DSP and then use the Simply Scored score board to score at every 1/4″.

Fold on the score lines accordion style. Then connect the ends with a bit of Tear & Tape.

Make sure your glue gun is hot and you’re using your Silicone Craft Sheet. Add a small amount of hot glue to the sheet to stick the paper too so you can form your rosette.

Then add more hot glue to the middle of the rosette.

Use a second Silicone Craft Matt (or the corner of the first) to flatten the hot glue in the center of the rosette until cooled.

You can use your favorite adhesive but I just used more hot glue to add the layers.

Add the looped Black Satin ribbon with hot glue to the center of the rosette. Then I used Black Foil with the Ornate Frames dies to make this layer and hot glue to attach it over the ribbon.

I fussy cut out the gargoyle from the Monster Bash DSP and then used a bit of hot glue to attach it to the Black Foil Ornate Frame.

On this rosette I added Silver Metallic thread and punched a hole at the top to add the ribbon.
These are the 1 1/2″ and the 1″ rosettes.
I cut the Black Satin ribbon in half to add to two of these rosettes and a sponged with Soft Suede ink Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim to the other.
To make this gargoyles’s eye- I colored a rhinestone with the Dark Basic Black Stampin’ Blend.
These gargoyle rosettes look fabulous on my Halloween tree!
Each rosette has two sides. I did sponge these rosettes with Soft Suede ink and the image layer is a die cut Black Foil 1 1/8″ scalloped circle cut with the Layering Circle dies and the Monster Bash DSP image is punched out with the 1″ Circle Punch.
For the middle rosette I used Poppy Parade cs for the sponged scalloped circle layer.
The larger rosette is a fun way to dress up a bottle.
You can tie on a rosette tag.
Or make a rosette with a large enough looped ribbon to slip on the rosette tag.
Not into the gargoyles? You can use any of the fabulous images in Monster Bash DSP to make these spooky rosettes.

I hope you enjoyed Week 10 of my 12 Weeks of Halloween – spooky gargoyle rosettes. These fun rosettes make fun ornaments and tags to dress up your Halloween. You can still get the Monster Bash DSP in my Online Store…but don’t wait as Halloween is less than two weeks away!

Project Details –

Monster Bash DSP – large rosette 1 1/2″ x 12″ scored at 1/4″ along the 1 1/2″ side (47 scores), rosette 1″ x 12″ scored at 1/4″ along the 1″ side (47 scores)
Black foil – Ornate frame layer and 1 1/8″ scallop circle layers
Soft Suede cs – 1 1/8″ scallop circle layers
Poppy Parade cs – 1 1/8″scallop circle
Monster Bash DSP – gargoyle circles and fussy cut gargoyle image
Black Satin ribbon
Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim
Black Glittered Organdy ribbon
DSP = Designer Series Paper
cs = cardstock

*need to use a glue gun

Product List
1" (2.5 Cm) Circle Punch
1″ (2.5 Cm) Circle Punch
Paper Snips
Black 1/2" (1.3 Cm) Satin Ribbon
Black 1/2″ (1.3 Cm) Satin Ribbon
Silver Metallic Thread
Silver Metallic Thread

Happy Crafting,


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