September 27, 2011

Hand Stamped Sentiments Theme Challenge 86~ Halloween

First off, let me start by saying thank you for all the wonderful comments later.  I've been running out of steam with adjusting to the back to school schedule and those comments are what motivates me to go down and create each night:)

The theme over at Hand Stamped Sentiments this week is Halloween! I must admit that I've really had fun making Halloween themed projects this year... I've definitely been into it more than past years:)

We made these altered milk cartons as part of club this month but on a bit simpler scale.  I had so much fun making it that I decided to make another for the Hand Stamped Sentiments Challenge and dress it up a bit more:)  The Frightful Sight DSP could be used for many themes beyond Halloween:)  I used the new Peek-a-boo Frames Die from the Holiday Mini.  It has so many more uses than depicted in the catalogue (wow... big word:)  Anyway, I used the Shaker Frames to add some more fun details.   The glitter glass was perfect!  If you click on the second photo you can see it at the base of my pumpkin. I'm sure you've been working on some Halloween' ish this week, come and share it with us!

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  1. I have been wanting to make one of these. Love the Halloween feel you gave it.

  2. A-N-G-E-L-A!....did you create this all by yourself??-- super cute...I LOVE IT... : )


  3. How fabulous ! look at dots and color looking you cool.

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  4. What a cool idea!! I have never heard of this before!! I am definitely off to make this little thing!! Cute, cute, cute!!! Great job!! Amy L.

  5. Great idea to use the peek-a-boo frame and shaker frame! Too, too cute! I also like that you used gray instead of black. Wonderful twist of colors.

  6. How cute to use the peek a boo and a shaker! I love the colors and the dotted paper!


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