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.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

DAY 7

So far, so good!  (But are these good or naughty ghouls?)  I'll never tell!  Today's fabric banner piece brings you Happy Halloween wishes.

Products:

Distress Markers:  Orange Marmalade, Crushed Olive, Dried Marigold, Vintage Photo, Wild Honey
Digital stamp printed on muslin inkjet printer sheet:  Vera Lane Studio


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14 comments:

  1. Awesome image...I think he is sooo cute and weird!!lol Love that this is fabric! Fabulous!!

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  2. Oh, he is just so unique! You tied it all together so nicely! Love his fish bone nose! Matches his Tshirt! You go girl!

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  3. ooh, ooh, I have these digis too! Love the way you have used Fishbone here!

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  4. I adore this panel! Fishbone is soooooo cute! Love the coloring, printed and colored on a muslin printer sheet? Must find! Gorgeous, thanks for sharing!~kim

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    1. Printer sheets are June Tailor, Inc. from JoAnn Fabrics - Sew-In Computer Printer Fabric in white 100% cotton - $5 for 4 sheets without a coupon. Love them!

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  5. Ooooh! that's a cute wee guy! love it! xx

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  6. Such a wicked cool cute, your banner is coming along nicely!

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  7. Love that background fabric and the cute image!

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  8. What a fun little ghoul! Love those smiling jack-o-lanterns behind, too. xxD

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  9. They are truly terrifying jackolanterns!
    Love how the ghoul stands out against that darker background.

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  10. Another fun one, can't wait to see the completed project.

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  11. What a fun image, can't wait to see it all together.

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  12. What a funny little fellow - fancy having a fish for a nose :)

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