To make the hanging ornaments, I used Stampin’ Up’s Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine and the Ornament punch. I printed out four of each image, then punched them out and glued them together, by folding it. I also used two different Stampin Up stamp sets, Delightful Decorations and Merry, Merry. I stamped the stamps on to shrinky plastic. The keys, bells, beads, and skulls are from Micheal’s. I used two old CD’s for the base.
The group of AIW characters, the Mad Hare, Skully x-mas Tree, Twiddle Dee and Twiddle Dumb, and the Merry Creepmas senti, is from Rick St. Dennis.
The Skull w/ Santa hat is a digi from Smeared Ink.
I colored with Copics, and some in PSE. I also used white Tulip puffy paint.
I would like to enter my ornament into The Altered Alice challenge blog: Chapter 23, “We’re all Mad Here so Anything Goes”
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Good evening friends, I have a Holiday card to share with you today.
Here is my Goth vs Pretty – Twisted Holidaze card!
For the challenge at Delicious Doodles Challenges: challenge #13 the them is “Goth vs Pretty” I have used one of Teri’s beautiful digi stamps “Thorne.” I added some Crystal effects to her erring and some Stampin’ Up pearls to her hair. (Follow the link to get yours.) I colored her with Copics and Prismacolor pencils.
For the background I used “Core” card stock. The outside is black and the core is white. I used a Stampin’ Up embossing folder then a sanding block to make the white show.
For the challenge at Sparkle and Glitter with Rick challenge blog: the them is “Twisted Holidaze! ” I have used RSD’s digi stamp “Merry Creepmas” (Follow the link to get yours.)
I colored the senti in PSE, then used a punch from Stampin’ Up, and added some blue Bakers Twine. Added the same twine on the left. The metal snowflake was bought from MFP, now they are called Mark’s Finest Paper a Herich co. The jump rings and beads are of course from Micheal’s.
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Good afternoon friends,
I have been at it again playing in my craft room that is. I have been racking my brain all month to figure out what to do for Smeared and Smudge’s “Junk Funk” challenge. Today is the last day to enter the November “Junk Funk” challenge. The theme is to make something with magazines. So I was flipping through a magazine this morning and came across what I call a Magazine Christmas Tree. Here is my version:
The rules at Smeared and Smudge is that it has to be stamped somewhere. So I used a digi from Rick St. Dennis. “Merry Creepmas” as my topper.
Hope you like my Mag Tree!
If you would like to play along better hurry, or come back tomorrow for December’s challenge!
My mommy sewed a Monster pillow for our grand-daughter here is a link to her blog, it is a total MUST SEE!!
I would like to enter my Mag Tree into the following challenges:
Tuesday Alchemy: challenge #42 “Anything Goes”
Creative Card Crew: challenge #24 “Anything Goes”
‘ABC’ Challenges: challenge ABC6 “Anything Goes”
Challenges 4 Everybody: challenge #8 “Anything Goes”
Through the Craftroom Door: challenge # 46 “Anything Goes”
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Since I have been asked for the tut on this here it is:
I got this out of the new “Family Fun” magazine that was mailed to me yesterday. I used the same mag to make this tree. There is only one (1) page of a tutorial on this. If you have questions on it feel free to ask me.
And Im glad you all like it! Thank you!