Monday, November 5, 2012

Halloween leftovers

I hope you had a lovely weekend! I've been on a trip all week with my boyfriend, we were visiting Budapest, Hungary so even when I made some Halloween projects in advance, a cause of some technical issues and lack of time I couldn't post them and I missed Halloween!! >.<

I took photos of 3 projects and I have other 3 not completely finished that I'll not share this time. It's a whole year until next Halloween so I can't wait so long to share the ones I have photos of. I hope you enjoy them :)

The first project I want to show you is a card that you have propably seen on Lawn Fawn blog this week. We teamed up with Scrapbook Adhesives and created a project using their products. I must say I've never used them before and I totally love them! Love the thinner 3D foam dots combined with the normal ones to create a lot of dimension. I also love the little glue dots, they're super useful!

So I made a Halloween card combining lots of Lawn Fawn sets. I really enjoy doing this!! Here are a pair of phone pics of how I made the owl. I masked all the owl except from the scarf and stamped the little stars from Critters Ever After.

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Winter owl, Hats off to you, A birdie told me, Critters Down Under, Critters Ever After, Happy Everything and Belinda's Borders
- Lawn Fawn Retro trimmings
- Scrapbook Adhesives
- Doodlebug Design papers: Haunted Manor 6x6 pad
- Memento inks: Tuxedo Black and Grape Jelly
- Googly Eyes
- Copics

My second project features a Deasy Designs stamp set. The sad news is that the clear stamps from this company are no longer available but you can purchase it as a digital stamp here.

Well, I made a set of Halloween treat bag toppers, and I love them! I used a lit of the images in the set following the same scheme for the four different toppers. I LOVE the spooky skyline so I clear embossed it to create my background, then I colored with copics some of the images and place them with foam adhesives. I added some googly eyes here and there for more fun!

Supply list:
- Deasy Designs stamps: Boo to You
- Doodlebug Design papers: Haunted Manor 6x6 pad
- Copics
- May Arts ribbon
- Bazzil Card Shoppe colored cardstock
- Googly Eyes
- Scrapbook Adhesives: 3D foam dots and adhesive runner
- Versafine ink: Onyx Black
- Versamark ink and clear embossing powder

My third project is a fun card full of googly eyes and glitter! I used glue dots from Scrapbook Adhesives to place all those eyes super quicky!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Teeny Tiny backdrops and Sally's ABCs
- Googly eyes
- Doodlebug Design papers: Haunted Manor 6x6 pad
- Scrapbook Adhesives
- American Crafts glitter tape
- Versafine Onyx Black
- Versamark ink
- WOW embossing powder in glitter gold
- Bazzil Card Shoppe colored cardstock
- Simon Says Stamp stars dies
- Faber Castell gold pen

Thank you for visitng my blog and sorry for being late with this post. Have a great week!


snappy scrappy said...

These are all the googlie eye card! Lee-Ann :)

Jeanette M. said...

These are great! I love the way you added those stars to the scarf.

aaga said...

If only I read this earlier, I'd have joined you for a cuppa - I live in Budapest and have never met a cardmaking buddy before! :(
Anyway, I hope you had a good time here.

Yainea said...

Oh aaga, it would be great!! I love your city and really enjoyed my trip there. You have great museums and amazing buildings and I went to see my first musical ever, Rebecca, LOVE it!!
Thanks for leaving a comment! :)

lenny said...

Wooooow! Totally love your Halloween projects! That first card is my fav, I saw it on the Lawn Fawn blog and I immediately loved it!!

Melissa Shea said...

Um, wowzers girl! I love seeing your pics of your process! I'm always wondering how you put things together! So creative, picking little pieces from different sets to make something so gorgeous!

And oh my googly eyes! LOVE!

I hope you had a great vaca! Welcome home!

Chari Moss said...

The owl with the starry scarf has to be one of my favorite of yours. :)

Angelica Carballo said...

Todo esta fabuloso!!