Thursday, October 9, 2008

"Halloween" Projects....


The "Spooky" blocks were made using old printers blocks.. I painted them black,
used old dictionary pages, distressed them, added chipboard letters and.. Voila.. All ready for Halloween.... I made this from Teresa's "Bellaween" All month there have been some wonderful paper arts to make.. It was a paid tutorial. Very fun!!

This is a "Mummy" candle I made with a flameless tea candle inside.. I made this with instruction from "Artsy Mama" -"Sweet and Sinister Swap" A month long tutorial with ideas,
giveaways.. Very fun and fun creative people...

This is a fun "Haunted House kit" I purchased and put together.. Everything was included and it was a fun project. This was a purchased kit from "Saturday Morning Vintage" (Jennifer)

The "Spooky Haunted House"


Flameless tea Candle.. I think that is what they are called.. I purchased them at
Michaels... I love them.. Whoever invented this is my favorite inventor of all times.. It adds just the right glow and you don't have to worry about burning down
the house or anything for that matter... They can be used for so many things.. Like weddings, christmas, church, etc.. I know our Church does not allow candles of any
kind in the building.. I have decorated for functions many times and was really
bummed we couldn't use candles.. We Women Love candles! The glow and feeling
they give out.. This New idea of a flameless... Finally... Took them awhile to
invent it but, hey.. It is an Awesome Discovery... GO GET SOME.... :)

4 comments:

kelly said...

I love the Spooky! We should get together to craft sometime, you get such great ideas for paper crafts, I don't have much fall of Halloween decor either. I bet your house looks so cute right now.

Alisa said...

Fabulous projects. I'm ready for my craft show to be over with so I can get started on Teresa and Kari's projects.

Kara Ward said...

Okay, so much eye candy. I want to make something. Love the printer blocks with the vintage paper. Just my style. Black and white is my favorite combo for Halloween. Thanks for always inspiring me. Kara

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

I've never bought those candles, I wondered how long the batteries lasted. It sure looks good glowing from your projects!