Sizzixis having a sale on Eileen Hull Dies! This is the perfect time to collect some of those awesome 3D Scoreboard dies you've been wanting. As a little reminder of some of the fun dies I have a couple projects to Revisit!
So I got this idea for a fun house in the middle of the night. Because that always makes sense!
I am celebrating the holidays with the Eileen Hull Inspiration Team. And yes, Halloween to me is a holiday! Here's how it went down... My cat Flurry wanted to hang out for a some cuddles and purring. Of course it was 3:30AM. That's when I got this idea... a Fun House with the Canister(shhhh... it's been retired) die.
I cut mat board for the canister and spritzed with Black Soot. Covered with Halloween Paper and then snapped my Skeleton.
Wrap up the lights and stuff to the bottom!
A few snaps and I can pose my guy. Check out the wall paper and photo's behind him.
I am so excited to share this Tutorial with you!
This is a tutorial on how to "draw" an image to scale! How to take a small image and make it life size using a grid pattern. I'm sure if you are on Pinterest like I am you've seen The Grinch stealing Christmas lights. I looked for a tutorial on how to make my own but I couldn't find one. Not to say someone hasn't created a tutorial. So, I decided to create my own. With the help of my husband who created the Grid pattern for me to make these characters come to life. Much like he did for my daughter's Union Jack Headboard.
Keep in mind, this is NOT A COPY of The Grinch. Before you consider purchasing the class...you will have to DRAW him yourself. In this class you'll be shown how to grid a print out and grid your plywood so you can "DRAW BY NUMBER" if you will. Even if you can't draw... you can draw the lines in each grid connecting them to the next grid. I can draw but not s…
I have been super busy lately and my crafty space has been emptied out this weekend to make room for a new floor in my basement. It was nice to just create something for no reason other than I love Halloween. before everything was boxed up. My daughter and I were in IKEA a few weeks ago and she grabbed the Cloche saying I had to make something cool with it. On it...
Check it out...
I cut a removable base so I can reuse the Cloche for other seasons. This made it easy to build a spooky little scene.
It came with a brassy base so a little added slate alcohol ink gives it more of a rustic look instead of shiny brass.
I have a little bin full of body parts.
I have this littler glass knob...pull? Anyway I attached it to the top of the glass dome.
A little candy corn tree, pumpkins and a spider.
I used the stringy bits left by my trust hot glue gun for a spider web covering all the creepy layers.
I bent my word band to fit the base and tied off with some …