Monday, August 25, 2014

everything goes!

Hello friends!
The Inspiration Journal challenge this month is 'everything goes' you're free to do whatever you like!

I recently got the Retro Halloween Framelits set and the block die. Yeah, I'm way late to the game with these, but, there is SO much I NEED and it takes time to acquire everything! 
I had fun with this after I got in the swing of making it, I quite like the skeleton witch holding the skull garland, looks like she's holding skull paper dolls! haha

 I've had the rosette on my desk in the catchall dish forever, I finally had the chance to use it!
I love using Enamel Accents for dimensional eyeballs! 
You just squeeze a drop of white onto the eye and then squeeze a drop of black on top of the white, it just forms perfectly. I usually let it dry overnight before I handle it
Supplies: stamps - retro halloween framelits. paper - black and white cardstock, lost and found paper stack. ink - archival jet black, terra cotta and pitch black alcohol inks, blending solution. distress ink in vintage photo. acces. - black and white enamel accents, wooden skewer, foil tape sheets, elements tissue tape, martha stewart carnelian glitter, cereal box cardboard. tools - retro halloween framelits, vintage lace, bats and crossbones garland, mini rosette and block dies, hot glue gun, foam squares
It's your turn to upload your project over at the Inspiration Journal for your chance to win $50 in store goods from Inspiration Emporium. When you're shopping make sure and use my discount code ieirisgarden for 10% off your purchase!

It just so happens Linda Ledbetter at Studio L3 the social media coordinator for Inspiration Emporium is hosting the CC3Challenge #9, (Compendium of Curiosities 3) and the challenge is to use any Tim Holtz Framelits set. There are prizes galore to be had, so make sure and enter your Framelits project over there for your chance to win!
Have a great day!
From Millan.Net


Cheryl Grigsby said...

Pam, you wild woman, those enamel eyes are awesome! Love that! Great project, thanks for sharing on CC3C. <3 <3 <3

Candy C said...

Pam, Pam, Pam! I am such a lover of your art! This vintage Halloween piece looks like something Bethany Lowe would do! Be careful, they may copy you!! haha This is absolutely adorable! Love the combination of the skeleton and the witch head. Those enamel eyes are so funny and so perfect for her!! Love how she is standing on the rosette. Love each side of the box! I could go on and on. Excellent use of framelits to create such a fun Halloween home decor piece! Thanks for sharing your wonderful art with all of us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Hels Sheridan said...

LOVE your skelewitch... and her eyeballs are genius! Thanks for playing along with the CC3 Challenge, hope to see you again soon x

Anita Houston said...

Oh my had me at the paper skull and bones banner! I so remember doing this with snowflakes as a child! Fabulous! Gorgeous detail on your witchy skeleton, and LOVE the box as well! Thanks so much for playing along with us on the Stamps and Framelits challenge at CC3Challenge!

Rea' said...

Oh Pam this is too cute ... your creations are always so fun and creative!

Donna said...

Love the witch, her eyes, and she is holding paper skull dolls! lol

Annette Green said...

Pam this fun piece really brought a smile to my face. I love this! Those googly-eyes are perfect. Thanks for playing along in the CC3 Challenge.

Donna B. said...

The witch head on the skeleton is killing me!! LOVE IT!! Awesome project.

Redanne said...

Wow Pam, what a fabulous ATB! I love how you used the witch head on the skeleton and those eyes are fantastic, thanks for the tip - I am definitely going to try that one! I adore Halloween and your project.

I am thrilled to be working alongside you on the Inspiration Team! Anne x

Vic said...
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Vic said...

This is a delightful project that makes me happy! I love your happy skeleton witch and I love the witch eyes! Great box too! Love everything about your project!

Deepti said...

What s super fun and fab project, love the detailing u did :)

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