Wednesday, 30 October 2013

It's The Great Pumpkin...

Good morning friends...

Today, I'm sharing another of my Halloween projects, which I have entered into the Halloween Crafting Contest over on the Ranger blog. For this project, I used lots of gorgeous Tim Holtz's goodies ~ his fabulous Halloween Blueprint stamps, (which I love) the bats and numbers from his Sizzix die range, Distress Glitter, Paint and Marker Pens and lots of Idea-ology!! As always, I've taken lots of pictures for you to see all the detail and I hope you love what I've made...

For the background, I used a piece of torn cardboard and ripped away the edges before giving it a covering of PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paint and the crackle glaze.
The main stamped image is from the Halloween Blueprint 2 set, stamped onto watercolour card and coloured with Distress Marker Pens.



 If you  look really closely you can see that I added a little shelf to my piece, which was die cut from three pieces of chipboard, fused together and using the Tim Holtz/Sizzix Pediments die. I then stuck it to my piece and added the various sized vials and the wishbones.
To complete the piece, I added a die cut "31" covered with Distress Glitter, a stamped message from the Simple Sayings stamp set, die cut bats and some Remnant Rubs!! 
So, that's it from me for today, it's one of those days when I have a million and one things to do and not enough hands...lol!!

Thank you so much for stopping by and as always, I appreciate the time you all take to leave comments!
See you tomorrow....love Emma xxx

10 comments:

  1. Fantastic, lots to look at here, looked great fun to make :-)

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  2. Oh this is fabulous! Love the torn cardboard background and the little shelf with bottles, great fun! x

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  3. Oh fantastic Emma soooo much going on I love it x

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  4. Fab work as always Emma...I particularly like the shelf...brilliant addition....hope you have had a good day and got lots done....x

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  5. wow that shelf is genius. spooktacular card xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  6. Saw this on FB and had to come have a look - it's fabulous.

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  7. Spooktacular creation Emma, every little detail is wonderful. Wish i had a tad of your creativity. Am in awe of this piece it is so unique:-) xxx

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  8. Wow!! I love this! I love the corrugated background and the use of crackle. It makes a perfect distressed background your images. The vampire blood is soooooo cool! Great job! -- Mary Elizabeth

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  9. stunning and so different and another set of Tim Holtz stamps I need to add to an ever growing wish list

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Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated.
Please come back and visit me soon...
Emma ~xx

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