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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

SNEAKY PEEKY and Hallowe'en Hanger with Squiggle Stamps Digis

Oooh have I got a lovely post for you today.  This is a Hallowe'en Hanger. I have made it using some old wooden coasters that have been just waiting for the right images to come along.  Of course when I saw the New Releases from Squiggle Stamps I couldn't help myself.  So here goes.

All coasters have been wrapped in a thin paper to give a base to work from and to leave a neat back surface.

First Coaster  is showcasing the fabulous Witchy Girl from the Goth Kidz digis.  She and the others have been coloured in with my Promarkers and I have used or should say recycled part of a lemon bag for the backing, not quite a web, but a net anyway.  I have used a fun little froggy to complete the piccy and wound some of my fabby fibres among the net.
Second Coaster is showcasing a more piratical image, isn't she gorgeous, she is called SNEAKY PEEKY SNEAKY PEEKY Yes that's right I have managed to get a wee Sneaky Peek at an image that is coming soon and as of yet has no name. I have matted and layered with black and moss green plain papers and have added some bling with mother of pearl chips, some tibetan silver large beads and an enamelled bead connector. Gotta have some treasure!!

Third Coaster is showcasing a scary looking Wizard, NOT!  Isn't he great, reminds me of a young Harry or Ron, perhaps with a wig even Hermione.  He is also from the Goth Kidz series. I have wrapped a piece of black ribbon into a cross and added jute and an 'eye' which is a recycled badge which I hoarded from last year.
Fourth Coaster is showcasing a gorgeous dinky ghoulz witchy who is so darn cute, just look at those eyes, all the better to bewitch you with, hmm, might be getting a little carried away methinks. She is from the Dinky Ghoulz New Release. I have popped her onto a more nature orientated background as I have coloured her with lots of greens and matted her onto some thick mulberry paper that I have used for punching leaves from, but love the paper so much have kept it.  Until now that is!  The wee spider web and spider table confetti finish it off.

Fifth and last Coaster, at last I hear you say. This funtastic image is of course Franky Boy or to use his given name Frankenstein Boy.  Just adorable what else can I say.  Got the chance to use my white pen as faux stitching to finish off the black layers as they didn't really show up enough.  Added the rubber skull as a wee token.

Sorry about the Sarcophagus, What else was I meant to hang the Hallowe'en offering on?
Hope you have enjoyed my spooky fun, hallowe'en hugs to everyone, you'd never guess it's one of my fave times of the year. Now would you?!?

Don't forget there is just one day left to enter the funtastic Spooky Squiggle Stamps Hoppy Hallowe'en Blog Hop..
So many lovely prizes to be won and a digi to be won at every dt's special Hop Post. 
If you miss the Hop, don't despair, you can still enter the Spooky Fun Challenge and can be in with a chance to win some rubba or some digis.

I am entering this Hallowe'en Hanger into :)-

Papertake weekly - Anything Goes
Sweet Stampin - Anything But Birthday
Critter Sketch Challenge - Anything But a Card

Heidi xx


Melanie said...

Very nice, love it, very creative. Thanks for playing in the CSCB.

Sandra said...

Oh how cute they are!:) Sandra H

Dilsaver Designs said...

What a fun project, very nicely done, you were really busy! Thanks for joining us this week @ Critter Sketch :)

Kozmik said...

Great project - Thankyou for sharing with us at sweetstamping this week xxkozmikxx

Debbie said...

Sweet offerings!
Thank you for joining in this week at Sweet Stampin, good luck. debbiexx

xxxtglxxx said...

Fabulous collection of spooky cards! :)

Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week,



Katina said...

Oh Heidi, what a fantastic idea and they look so gorgeous!! Love all the images and all the bits and pieces you've added. Thanks for palying along with us at Papertake Weekly this week and good luck! x

Karen Hasheck said...

Awesome project! Thanks for sharing it with us at Critter Sketch!