Saturday, 31 October 2015

31 Days of Halloween - Day 31

And here we are - the last day in the Smeared Ink 31 days of Halloween Blog Challenge 2015.  We survived!  Before I go off for an evening of magical mayhem, let me say for one last time that, if you've been working your way around the blogs in order, then you've reached here from Sarah’s blog.  If you're hopelessly lost, then the blog roll is there on the right.

This is my favourite project of the hop, so I saved it for last.  

I used the into-the-frame die cutting technique to make it look as if the skeleton was staring in from of the apart.  masked off the big skellie with clear embossing powder, and the smaller one with a bit of post-it note.  The aperture is from a retired Stampin' Up! set and I was sad when they retired it, because it is such a beautiful shape.  This one is staying out after Halloween is over because I LOVE the way it turned out.    

I hope you've enjoyed visiting me throughout the month.  I have really, really enjoyed reading your comments and it's been lots of fun getting back into the darker side of crafting.  So now, for the last time in this hop, might I trouble you to move along to Lisa F’s blog .

Happy Halloween,

XXX

Keren

10 comments:

Sarah Bales Strom said...

I can see why you love it--fantastic piece!

Sari / Granne said...

No wonder you love it, so do I, looks absolutely perfect. Thank you for the hop, it's been awesome to visit here.

Carol said...

Awesome final project love the dimension you have created Happy Halloween x

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! That is a faBOOlous finale project, just love the dancing skellie outside in the pale moonlight!

Mary Holshouser said...

What fun.
Love the skeleton standing guard while the other is off dancing
Love this project.
thanks for sharing with us all month.
It has been a great experience.
Happy Halloween

Susan Renshaw said...

The aperture is a lovely shape! Love the skellies - and I too would keep it out!! Happy halloween!

Laura said...

I agree. Magnificent project. Happy Halloween! We all feel like dancing.

DonnaMundinger said...

WOW! Gorgeous! No wonder it's your fave. I'd leave it out all year too, for sure. Happy Halloween! xxD

Susan Salyer said...

This is a wonderful creation. I have loved your post and your art work .Thank you. Happy Halloween.

Squiddy said...

dance like you're a King, not a Pawn