It's time for Halloween, All Hallows Eve, and DOTD.
It took me a while to warm up to this Spooky genre, but after a few years of experimenting and playing around with some of my favorite color combinations, this has become really fun.
I thought I'd jump back on the blogposts and share a few of my favorites. They can all be found going back to about 2010 on the blog.
for the Design Team.
This one comes out every year with Graphic45's amazing papers and a plain wooden birdhouse set on a wooden base. Love it!
This tag using Tim Holtz/Ranger products still gets the most Pins on Pinterest at this time of year...too funny.
I guess this was the beginning of my Halloween adventure. Tutorial on blog here.
This one was about the same time with die cuts on a Chunky piece.
This printers tray with Graphic45 papers is one of my favorites. The papers always stand alone for their color and detail. Blog post here.
Whether you like a canvas wall hanging.....
....or a little Halloween Witch to set on your desk...these are definitely fun to create. Witch is for Retro Cafe Art Swap.
ONE, just ONE scrapbook page created....I was never, and still remain, NOT good at scrapbooking!!!
More RCAG products and a Winged Shrine with Graphic45 papers.
I'll always enjoy this Retro Cafe Art Gallery Kit where I added all the stamping on Graphic45 papers. The Charms, Spiders, Bats and Birds are RCAG.
My DOTD Shrines from RCAG that blew me away on Pinterest with Pins. It must be the intense color that catches their eye and the Fresco Paints.
A mini Shrine for Retro Cafe Art Gallery DT.
I do like the way this tag was embossed and highlighted with a white pen. The color combo is again one of my favorites. Distress Inks from Tim.
Little Coffins from RCAG made into earrings with Graphic45 papers, Glossy Accents and Inka Gold.
This is a die-cut from Eileen Hull with embossed Metal and Vintaj Patinas.
Each year Kristin has a Tombstone swap at RCAG. These are a couple of my favs.
Tim Holtz stamps and Fresco Paints.
Love these little Skellies!
This one has a great background....
And last, but not least, the Little Pumpkin Witch with some Graphic45 papers on her torso. The RCAG cut-outs are perfect with her.
So, that's it for me. Working on projects that are keeping me way busy, but should be done soon.
Let me know if you have any questions, and check out the past year's Sept and Oct posts on my blog for more detailed instructions and products. I just didn't have the time to find all the links.....browse with a cup of coffee some time.
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