Cute Wooden Pumpkin for this weeks Terrorific Tuesday!
Paint a Wooden Pumpkin orange and then paint a patch with Ann Butler Designs Iridescents in Emerald…use a Black Fine Point Sharpie Marker for details and glue on a Pin Back…
It’s another week and another roundup of Terrorific Tuesday!
Check out all of the great projects below:
Use a 2-liter bottle to make a super cute Halloween cupcake dome with Pattiewack!
Glory shows you how to make Creepy Spider Biscuits with spider Halloween stencils and edible color spray!
Make a funky and functional Plaid Skull&Crossbones Skirt with Excell Crafts!
Cheryl Ball shares her beautiful Embroidery Floss Acorns – the perfect fall accent.
Korinne whips up a spectacular Vintage Style Halloween Wreath on her Crafterella blog.
Make Glow in the Dark Jewelry Using Polymer Clay and Rubber Stamps with Kate at the Rubberstamping About.com page!
Be a hit at the costume contest with this Corpse Bride Costume by the Crafty Chica!
Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner shows you how to make a Snooki Painted Pumpkin inspired by the popular Jersey Shore Guidette!
Sebastian is faster than a speeding bullet in his Superman Costume featured on the Sew DoggyStyle blog!
Phyllis Dobbs wows us with this festive Spider Apron perfect for Halloween baking!
This is a re-post from the Sizzix Blog Hop last year using the ScoreBoard Box with Flap Die to create a BOO Teriffic ATC Holder. I thought it was perfect for this week’s Terrorific Tuesday!
This great little box can be used to hold a variety of items…..
to hold ATC’s
I simply used the following products:
Earth Safe Finishes Clear Gel Medium
Earth Safe Finishes Colorant, Terra Cotta to cover the matboard.
Then I added some shading along the edges
with Ann Butler Designs Iridescents in Onyx , by Earth Safe Finishes
Adhesive domed letters to spell out “BOO”
Assorted fibers and a picture to finish it off.
Phyllis Dobbs shows us how to recycle a t-shirt into a really cool Halloween trick-or-treat bag!
Kate Pullen brews up adorable Paper Cone Witches!
Messy Missy makes a super spooky wreath with Duct tape!
Avalon Potter goes glam with her Halloween Masquerade Ball mask!
Patty Cappelluti goes bat crazy making this spooky bat door decoration!
Crafterella is a ghoul gone wild in her Ghoul Scout Costume. Download the custom patches she made for her costume!
Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner upcycles a Starbucks bottle into a swell Halloween vase!
Cheryl Ball delights us with yummy candy corn cupcakes!
Pattiewack upcycles an apple tray into a festive cupcake carrier. So inexpensive and easy!
Ann Butler (ME) crafts up a boo-tiful holder for your ATCs complete with a black cat!
Glory whips up a super fun and healthy pumpkin-inspired muffin meal for her kids. Love it!
Crafty Chica makes the perfect mask to celebrate Dia de los Muertos.
Maya in the Moment has some face painting fun with her little cousin and of course, hilarity ensues!
Eileen Hull has a ghostly good time creating this cute diecut necklace!That’s it for this week! If you are interested in playing in the fun Terrorific Tuesday roundup, e-mail Alexa at swelldesigner (at) gmail (dot) com and she’ll send you the details!
Terrorific Tuesday Reverse Decoupage Glass Pumpkin Candle Holder
Here is an Anchor Hocking Glass Pumpkin which is about 8″ high…that I turned into a Pumpkin Candle Holder
Phyllis Dobbs makes an easy Halloween Decopauge Pumpkin Treat Basket
Jenna Excell shares her super cute and spooky Halloween Apron
Korinne Zimmerman a.k.a. Crafterella makes a wonderful spray bleach shirt using an adorable Owl Stencil
Glory’s Mischief haunts her house with her Faux Cats in window
Ann Butler (that’s ME) makes this boo-tiful Reverse Collage Decopauge Jack-o-Lantern
Eileen Hull tucks away Halloween cards in this fun ScoreBoard notebook pocket
Silvia Chenault and Patty Cappelluti share two super spooky projects Vampire Art and Creepy Mirrors
Pattiewack shows you how to make this cute and Wicked Pillow
Messy Missy brings the LOLs with her Mean Kitteh
Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner whips up a Cute Candy Corn CD Cupcake Stand
Kathy Murillo a.k.a. Crafty Chica delights us with glittery Skull Bookmarks
Girlfriends, Creativity and Inspiration…Make for a Great Weekend!
“The Creative Connection Event” this weekend was filled with GIRLFRIENDS:
at the Blumenthal Lansing table they created these beautiful necklaces pictured above…there were 10 tables filled with 100 women creating at the Cool2Craft PJ Party you can watch the party at Cool2Craft
Look at this fabulous PAPER SCULPTURE that was at the doorway entrance Saturday morning for breakfast…there were special decorations at each meal and below is a picture of the wonderful breakfast we had Saturday
The Creative Connection Event was fabulous and will be held again next year so watch for details and if you are able, plan to go; you will leave inspired and connected!
Between teaching workshops at the CHA Super Show I was able to chat with Carol Duvall and get this picture of the two of us, thanks to my dear friend designer Denise Clason who had her camera with her!
I created a quick and easy shimmery glittered purse for this blog hop using the wonderful Scoreboard Dies created by my friend designer, Eileen Hull.
Pictured above is the Scoreboard Memo Holder which I made into a Quick and Easy Shimmery Glittered Purse. I painted the matboard with Ann Butler Designs Iridescents in Emerald to give it beautiful shimmer and color. Then, I added some sparkle with Clearsnap Daisy Daze Design Adhesives and Glitter
It is time again for the Sizzix Blog Hop using the fabulous Frame ScoreBoard Die by my friend designer Eileen Hull. I decided to create this Quick and Easy Christmas Frame.
Above is what I created with the ScoreBoard Frame Die…a Christmas Frame which was so quick and easy to put together. The ScoreBoard Dies actually cut mat board and scores it at the same time…which makes everything so easy!
This week’s Blog Hop Features the Checkbook Cover ScoreBoard Die which I made into a Notebook. This is another great Die created by my friend designer Eileen Hull. When I saw this great design I thought of so many uses for it besides a checkbook cover…which is why I decided to go with a vintage style notebook cover for the hop.
Pictured below is the Note Pad Cover
I made with the Checkbook
I used Ann Butler Designs Iridescents in Sheer Gold, Silver and Copper to cover the
matboard pieces and let them dry. I glued a piece of vintage lace to the top edge
and then assembled it using brads. I added lettering to say “notes 2 remember”.
On the inside I glued in a notepad. This was a quick and easy project…there are lots of other great projects to check out by following the Blog Hop…click on the links below to get started: