Friday, October 25, 2013

Happy Halloween! - Hanging Frame.

 Last month I made  this Halloween tote for Dyllan's 4th grade teacher and I was wondering what am I going to put into it beside candy and cookies. Then I started thinking she might like a decorated frame. So I found this cheap dollar bin pink frame in my studio stash and just had fun!

 I took out the plastic insert and frame backing. I spray painted the frame and backing with miscellaneous black spray paint, just whatever I had on hand. Later I touched up the frame with black ink. Then I traced the frame onto Black and White Clock - 20% off until the end of October!
I used my fingers to tear at the edges making them uneven. I used a makeup sponge and black ink to further give it a distressed look. 

 I placed a tombstone from this Halloween sticker set onto some Orange Glitter Crackle. I fixed into place with some tacky glue and also added a bit of moss which I buy by the sheet at dollar tree. The moss adds a nice touch to the tombstone and some Spiderweb Glitter Cardstock fits nicely in the top corner.

 Another dollar tree find was a pack of these plastic skeletons! I simply removed his legs and adhered him to the tombstone with E-6000. I gave him a moldy look with some Lime Smooch and glitter glue green eyes.

 Up in the web, a orange spider ring becomes a spooky spider with Obsidian Diamond Dew Drops for the body. Some vintage clip art and Oct.31 by Sin City Stamps added some Witchy flair.


 Pam Brays Beware from Sin City Stamps was stamped onto purple inked paper and added to the bottom of the frame.
I added a assortment of purple, black, orange and green Dew Drops around the frame and tied it up with some pretty orange ribbon!
Now it is ready to add to the Teachers Halloween decor!


5 comments:

The Robins Nest OCrowley said...

Very Cool Frame! I love that it is so Fun!

Tonya said...

Love all the details!!! Wonderfully done!!!

Barbara Rankin said...

Love your Halloween frame, so many details. Fabulous!

Lastochka said...

Lovely idea of frame!

Bev said...

what a fabulous fun and creative frame.. great job

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