Monday, September 29, 2014

Exciting News & Haunted treats

I am excited to say I am on another term for Mary with Cardz TV. She is seriously the sweetest thing and she always has fun sentiments to work with. I am on the Gallery team and posting on the new site Cardz TV Gallery Designers. Stop by you will see something everyday except Sundays!

Its no secret that I love when it gets close enough to start making Halloween projects....folks that time is here BAM! So I created several treat holders for you with the absolutely brand spankin' new "Frankly Frightening" and then I also used "Spooky Sayings". I just couldn't stop I kept thinking about what I could make and the sentiments made it so easy!

First up I used a haunted house from the Silhouette store Design #4148. I decided to dress it up a bit so I hand cut some shutters, used a micron pen to give some slates and then inked it up with Tim Holtz Distress ink....wait for it... wait for it...Vintage Photo! Ha Ha I actually do own other TH inks but man this one is just all around always my go to ink. also cut a couple ghost and added one to some squiggly wire. I cut another fence and added it to the sides of the house. Its hard to see in the photo on the one side but I wanted the white fence so i cut off the fence that was attached to the house.

I made a test tube treat holder and then adhered the house to the front of it. I used a hole punch to make an accent circle for the top in gray. I also hand cut some yellow paper to put behind the windows to give it alittle somethun somethun. I used the sentiment "Fright Night" from Cardz TV Spooky Sayings set.





Next up I made two little treat boxes (Franky & Witches Hat) both of them are from My Scrap Chick Halloween boxes. I mean could these BE anymore perfect for these sentiments? The sentiments for these are from the brand new set "Frankly Frightening"...I love them.





Last project was made with the We R Memory Keepers envelope punch board. The size paper you need is an 8x8 and you punch and score at 1 3/4" and 4 3/4" and then I turn it over and finish the score lines where it was too big for the board and then do all the other sides at the same marks. The decorative panels that are needed are 2 pieces 3 3/4" x 1 3/4" and 2 pieces 1 3/4" x 1 3/4". I found this idea on a stampin up site. Those girls really know how to utilize punches and this envelope board.






4 comments:

Annette Allen said...

yay congratulations.. your Halloween projects are SO FUN..

jessica said...

These are all AWESOME projects Deb!!! LOVE them!
Congrats on your DT too!!! Can't wait to see all of your awesome projects!

sarah said...

Congrats on DT!!! These are ALL just to cute & great job!!! [[Agree regarding Mary, she is just awesome..]]

Kim H said...

Debbie ~ YAY ~ CONGRATS sweet friend! SO excited for you! Well look at these AMAZING projects!! OH MY WORD!! I LOVE them all of course and let me say I LOVE that flair button ~ but guess you already knew that ~ right?? As always AMAZING projects!!!