Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Day # 28 of The 31 Days of Halloween

 
 
Welcome to DAY # 28 OF THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWE'EN 
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For my project today I have created a Halloween themed Lumiere. I used a sizzix Lantern die to die cut the parts from 300gsm cardstock for stability. I then inked up all the parts with Rusty Hinge Distress ink. I then Stamped all over the parts with a Tim Holtz stamp with black Archival ink. I stamped the skull image four times onto vellum with stazon ink for all the panels on all four sides. I then assembled. To finish black organza bows added to all four corners and a triple bow of pumpkin ribbon for the top. A pumpkin element was added to the front. A battery operated tea light fits snugly inside.
 
 
 



 
 
Thanks for stopping by today. See you tomorrow. Happy Hopping
 
 

16 comments:

  1. Orange paper glows soooo well!

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  2. Wicked - love your lantern xx

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  3. Gorgeous! I have that die and have yet to use it. You're such an inspiration. xxD

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  4. Fabulous lantern, love the skull with the hat and brilliant paper.

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  5. this is great.
    A friend made me one with a pumpkin.
    I hadn't seen those before but I'm enjoying it.
    thanks for sharing.

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  6. A lovely lantern! Looks great with the light shining through the vellum.

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  7. Fabulous lumiere - again something I have not had a go at yet - must try!! This is really great!

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  8. This is a fabulous creation. Love the details.

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  9. oh a lumiere..so gorgeous. I bet your house is a showcase on Halloween

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  10. Spooktacular! You know how much I love making luminaries so this one is right up my alley and can you believe I've resisted getting that die so maybe I can scoop one up this year in a sale some where ;0)

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  11. This is so awesome, i love it!

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  12. Absolutely stunning!!! The skull on the side looks fantastic with the orange glow showing through. Fab job!

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