In Stamping Mode

Friday, October 10, 2008

Not tricks, just treats Pt. 2!

The Halloween centerpiece is done!! It looks sooo much better in person, sadly. Film just can't capture what the eyes can. So without further ado, I bring to you, my latest creation.

This really almost looks like a something from the show Ace of Cakes actually! This project is really almost entirely made up of Stampin' Up! product!!! Recognize this??

The base of my box is the box the cattys come in!! I cut out the top flaps and then covered the entire box in Certainly Celery cardstock. Here's a closer look

Recognize the fence?? That is the Frightful Fence wheel, wheeled on Transparency paper and then embossed in black. How cool!?
This cat looks up to no good!

Finally...last pic, I swear! A picture of the whole ensemble on the table

Thanks for bearing with me through all the photos. I'm just so thrilled with how it turned out!!
Now for all the details on the centerpiece:
Stamps: Halloween Frights
Paper: Certainly Celery, Ghostly Greetings dsp (for the gravestones), Whisper White (ghosts, owl, and cat)
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Versamark, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Key Tag punch (for gravestones and ghosts), Scallop Square punch (for ghosts), Chills & Thrills rubons, Black ep, linen thread, white gel pen

I hope you enjoyed looking. Thanks so much for visiting and have a GREAT weekend! TGIF!! :)


Libby Hickson said...

Oh WOW Melissa, this is just amazing!! So cute!!!! I am completely with you on loving Halloween!! :-)

Sue from Oregon said...

Oh Libby sent me your way...How cute...and that fence is great!

Sharon said...

I love the idea to do the fence on transparency! I had wondered when I saw the pictures how you did that part.

Judy Rozema said...

What a great centerpiece this is! I love everything about it!

Kylah Marro said...

This looks AWESOME!!!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

thescrapmaster said...

That is just too cute. I can't believe how detailed this is. You did such an amazing job.


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