Haunted Keep Out!

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you are all having a lovely day and enjoying the sunshine.. it’s beautiful here today 🙂

I made a little project for Wild Orchid Crafts, this is project #2 for the month, the video will be up later this evening on Youtube, as I see. to be having a few camera issues today!

Here we have the Keep Out Halloween Door Hanger

 

I snapped this picture outside in the garden and hung it on the Cotoneaster, which is looking rather splendid at the moment and is awash with gorgeous crimson berries…

 

the Wild Orchid Supplies used on this project are as follows :-

  • GT-00027 100 GRIT BLACK GERMAN GLASS GLITTER – 30 grams (1.05 oz US)
  • FM-00059 50 ORANGE MULBERRY PAPER OPEN ROSES – 10mm
  • FM-00068 50 PURPLE MULBERRY PAPER OPEN ROSES – 10mm
  • FM-00227 50 JET BLACK MULBERRY PAPER OPEN ROSES – 10mm
  • Sp-00017 90 SILVER/BLACK SELF ADHESIVE PEARLS – 3mm

 

other products used :-

  • Sewing Machine with Orange thread
  • Chipboard Alphas
  • Sizzix Haunted House Diecut
  • Sizzix Ghosty Diecuts
  • Tim Holtz Pummice Stone and Black Soot Distress Ink
  • My Minds Eye Mischievous Patterned Paper Pack
  • Studio G Small Alpha Stamps
  • Ranger Jet Black Archival Ink
  • Copic Spica Black Glitter Pen
  • Stampin Up Cardstock in Orange, Yellow and Black (forgive me for not knowing the names 😉 )
  • Ranger Glossy Accents for the windows
  • American Crafts Black Textured Cardstock to line the back of the door hanger
  • Brown Mesh
  • Hot Glue, Demensional Adhesive & Scor-tape

 

Thanks so much for dropping in

Sarah x

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4 thoughts on “Haunted Keep Out!

  1. Really like this Sarah, love all the different textures and techniques, the little windows with glossy accents look cool and the german glass glitter has won me over I think !!! lol – great project x

  2. Hi Sarah, like your blog makeover – very nice. The door hanger is fun, and spooky – like what you have done to the word out. It seems to be a good year for red berried plants like your cotoneaster – we’ve been admiring the one next door for ages and the rowans are looking particularly good this year too. Odd, really, because I would say our spring and summer were mostly awful – it must all be due to that week of fab sunshine we had in May 🙂 Elizabeth xx

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