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Wednesday, 28 October 2015

31 Days of Halloween Day #28

Welcome to 31 Days of Halloween 2015 presented by Smeared Ink! Every day this month I will be posting a Halloween/Spooky/CreepyCute project here on my blog. This is a blog-hop and the blog-roll is over there to the right of your screen ---> 
While having some fun, creating, blogging and hopping, I'm also hoping to raise some funds for Cancer Research UK in collaboration with Stand Up 2 Cancer.
Please consider sponsoring my 31DOH posts and as a special Thank You, everyone who donates even a single pound before November 1st via my Just Giving page will receive a handmade card from me!

And normal service resumes! The dentist yesterday was just a check up but it was for me and 3 of my 4 kids! So they were bribed with fast food lunch and poundshop toys afterward! So, back to Halloween! The poundshop had some fab spiderweb garlands that I've bought for my shop - we're doing facepainting and a bake sale on Saturday - I can't wait! 
This is the second part of yesterday's project. I stamped the heads from the Dylusions 'Day of the Heads' stamps onto some Authentique 'Thrilling' paper, mounted them onto black card and cut them with a border. I had the crazy notion that they looked like a tree! haha 
My border is black acrylic paint, Marvy white pigment pen and the tree and writing are Black Sharpie.

Thanks for looking!
Mo xxx

13 comments:

  1. A Hint of Creepmas already :)

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  2. Love your journal page - wicked x

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  3. Love your skully tree! Brilliant stamping them on the DP. Hey, whatever works getting kids to the dentist. LOL xxD

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  4. Great page with the creepmas tree!

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  5. Brilliant tree, those skulls are truly wicked

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  6. Love your Halloween tree--so original!

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  7. So much gone into this, all set for creepmass :)

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  8. I thought it looked like a christmas tree - but with unusual ornaments.
    Love the project.
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. Great additions to yesterday's first part!

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  10. oh I love the skulls this has turned from awesome to awesome fabulous.hahahaha love it.

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  11. A creeptastic conclusion to your project! I totally see the skellie heads forming a tree! FaBOOlous!

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  12. Those skulls look awesome as a tree! Why don't I have a Halloween tree? Note to self, must find black tree......

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  13. Sounds like you'll have a very busy weekend,
    I guess dentist before Halloween is a better idea.

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