31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN 2014

31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN 2014
Come join me for String Me Along featuring a cast of ghoulish ghosts, zombies, skeletons, and witches all getting ready for Halloween. After I assemble all 31 banners, I will be stringing them together and hanging them with orange mini-lights for the perfect Halloween touch. Details: three coordinating color fabrics along with white and orange purchased at Jo-Ann Fabrics; Distress Paints; Distress Markers: Stayz-on Permanent Inks, and an assortment of stamps. Individual products used will be listed under each day's description as to colors and stamps used. I hope you enjoy my fiendishly delightful cast of characters and things that go bump in the night.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

DAY 2

Products:

Distress Paints:  Walnut Stain
Stamps:  Ghosts - Cherry Pie Art Stamps
              Words - Unknown
Die Cuts:  Tattered Leaves - Tim Holtz Alterations

 
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19 comments:

  1. Fabulous stormy night! How cool this looks, and I love the little ghostie peeking out from behind the leaves.

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  2. What a great post today. Love that material and how fun those ghosties. Can't wait to see all of them put together! Love it.

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  3. Feels like you could look out and see the leaves and ghosts swirling away! Fab look and awesome technique!

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  4. OMG! It just dawned on me that this is all fabric! Yesterday's too! All the more cool! This looks like a windy Halloween night. Fabulous! xxD

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  5. One of my favorite story first lines.
    The leaves are my favorite - amazing!

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  6. Wow! Such an awesome banner-to-be! Can't wait to see more! You are an amazing fabric artist, thanks for inspiring!~kim

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  7. Love the fabric, again! Can you share your process for stamping on fabric?

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    1. I use Stayzon Inks for stamping on fabric - it's permanent and won't wash out. Tim Holtz Distress Paint can be used for stamping and coloring fabric. I would use the Distress Paint for stamps that don't have a lot of detail - they work beautifully for stamping on paper also. Stayzon stamp pads are great for detailed stamps.

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  8. This is awesome! Great technique

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  9. Very nice. I wonder if this is going to be a quilt? Thank you for sharing with us!

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    1. It's going to be a banned that blows in the wind - will add some scraggly ribbons, etc.

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  10. Love the leaves, the colours, the sentiment. Really looking forward to seeing the probject develop!

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  11. Great project, so much inspiration. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. The senti is perfect and everything fits together so well. great job

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  13. I that for a wall hanging? I love it. The colors are great!

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  14. Oh wow! I really am looking forward to seeing your completed project. This is stunning and for it to be actually on material is fascinating.
    Sue
    The Nanny x

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  15. Oooh so that's why I see little eyes in the dark on windy nights lol

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  16. Oooo what an interesting and spooky creation! Love all the textures!

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