Monday, October 26, 2009
Trick or Treat
Awww... so sad this is the last TT event. I have had a lot of fun working on this with Alexa and all the other amazing designers! Here are two projects for you since I missed the first week. Once again I have used my (almost released) Sizzix ScoreBoard dies to create some Halloween goodness! I received this photo from Dawn saying that Trinity will be dressing as a "serious marching cheetah" this year for Halloween. On the frame, I used some great Sizzix dies from my friend and fellow die designer Brenda Pinnick. Love the ghost- almost seems like he's saying, "WHOA! That Trinity is one serious marching cheetah!" But of course there are no such things as ghosts... right? I added a little black trim to the top and a gingham knot. I have been saving that ribbon all year for a Halloween project! The memo holder holds a post-it note pad that is inked around the edges, adorned with black buttons and a stamped message at the bottom. Adhesive Velcro dots are used as closures. Hand these out to your "over 12" trick or treater friends and you will be voted best eye candy giver of the year! Thanks for visiting. You are invited to stop back here on Wednesday where we will post 15 designers' versions of the cupcake holder die, in our 8 part series of the Sizzix ScoreBoard Blog Hop! Have a safe and scary Halloween! Check out the work of cool fellow Halloween designers: Trick or Treat! Frame and post it note holder dressed for Halloween Costumed Kokeshi Dolls Try out a Halloween idea for a traditional Japanese doll with Crafterella Halloween Mask Phyllis Dobbs created a fun and easy Halloween mask - great for adults and kids! Fun Halloween Lanterns Stephenie Hamen accessorizes plain paper lanterns with her paper punches. Black Widow & Bloody Necklaces Pattie Wack uses 3-D paint to create chokers that will creep out your party guests! Tutu Cute Halloween Wreath Vanessa creates an inspired wreath made of tulle! Mad Scientist Party Amy of Living Locurto shares a slew of fun ideas to host your own Mad Scientist Party. Halloween Zombie Dolls Crafty Chica shows how to add some zombie love to your decor! Halloweenies! Boopsie Daisy shares some of the wonderful Halloween dollies that she dreams up! Crafty Chica's Ghost Story! Kathy Cano-Murillo shares a haunted crafty tale! Halloween Cone Witches Make these cute little paper cone witches for Halloween! Halloween Leftovers Mel takes the leftovers from last week's project and makes a cool Goth choker! Brenda Pinnick Halloween Owls Seasonal Owls for Scaring or Delighting Trick or Treaters The Impatient Crafter Margot creates another spooktacular mixed media necklace with a bite. Halloween Batty Windchime Heidi Borchers creates a super cute windchime with personality! Kitschy Kitschy BOO Add some Halloween flair to your day with this cute kitschy bracelet and earring combo! Simple Halloween Gift Tags Studio Mama makes a strong impact with these quick and easy tags! Strands of Beads Melissa once again gives some pretty flower beads a Gothic makeover with this simple earring design Costume Fun Sharron Westerfield shares her passion for costume-making and the joy it brings her grandchildren. Return of the Birthday Zombie Candace is cracking herself up with this ghoulish gift box idea Doodle Pumpkin Swelldesigner a.k.a. Alexa Westerfield shows you how to make a fun pumpkin on the fly!