Wednesday, October 13, 2010

boo to you!

First thing is first, I need to announce a winner for the Scrapbooking Boys e-book by Ella!

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Congratulations to Gina! Please email me at dflanders71@hotmail.com, and I will send you the coupon code for your free e-book!

I have another Halloween project to share with you today using Echo Park's Happy Halloween line and Glue Arts Adhesives. It's called "Boo to You!" and it's a little home decor item. You could add some photos to this type of project too if you wish! Maybe even turn it into a little mini album to display for the holiday?

I had this scalloped chipboard in my stash, it's called Scallop Accordian Album by Maya Road. It was already on these rings, but if you don't have one of these, you could certainly make your own by punching holes in your chipboard and adding jump rings. I added some paint lightly, leaving some of the chipboard showing through for a weathered look.

The big chipboard letters are from the Cosmo Cricket "Buck Naked" set, which I sprayed with Graphite Glimmer Mist by Tattered Angels for a silver look. I added papers and stickers from the Echo Park line and a resin key hole and pearls by Melissa Frances. The key hole reminded me of trick-or-treaters coming to knock on your door!
Added another sticker from the Halloween sticker sheet and a smaller chipboard button.....
The sticker letters on the last page are also from the Echo Park Happy Halloween line. They had a white outline around them, so they ended up looking nice against the white background.
To get the full directions, please visit the Glue Arts blog today! They also have lots of giveaways, so make sure to bookmark their blog and stop back often! The new team has been hard at work with a ton of fun Halloween projects this month! Sorry for the photos, it's getting grayer here as winter gets closer, so I'm not getting very good sunlight anymore. Stinks for photographing! Anyway, you get the gist of the project. :) Thanks for reading. xo
Danielle

13 comments:

Diana said...

this is SOOO fun! Love how you painted this chipboard to make it looked distressed, sometimes I forget I own paint! I need to use it more! Thanks for the inspiration!!

jen said...

This is awesome (as always!) I too love the distressed painting & all the details!! FUN!

Jocelyn said...

Love this!!!!! So adorable!!!!

Just wanted to let you know I was able to order all three of the kits!!!

Woohoo...I am soooo excited!!

Have a great one!!

Mel said...

Cute project Dani!

Charlene said...

So So cute!!!!!!

Aubree said...

awesome project Danielle

kelly said...

Love this project, i'm sure it will look fab when u decorate for halloween.

Blossom inch said...

I love this, nicely done!

Heather Innusa said...

WOW! This is too too cute!

Chantal said...

halloween is not really a tradition in France but with such a project I would like it to become more popular. I really love it ;it's cute and elegant at the same time.

jonaks said...

its so cute!!!

Nicole Bee said...

I totally love this.

Shirley said...

That is so fun and super cute!