22.10.2018

Vampire


Hello everyone and welcome to our new
  Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge which is very scary this week 
due to HALLOWEEN/SPOOKY theme!


Just remember that you can become a random winner of $50 voucher
and spend it having fun at Simon Says Stamp Store


I am totally NOT a halloween person, I don't make such projects, 
we don't celebrate this holiday in Poland and I am panic at spiders :-)
So it was a real challenge for me to make something like that.

Finally...

Let me introduce you to Mr. Thomas F. Little...
A very known vampire No.13 on the most wanted list.
Finally he was found, caught and put down, you are all safe now!

Yes, he's inside there!
Scroll down if you dare...!



Ok, now when he's down there in the cage, fixed with wires, 
I can show you more pictures and close -ups :)

I made this cage completely from zero by cutting a very thick cardboard, 
adhering all the walls together and embellish with Tim Holtz Crowded Attic papers all around, I also added a ribbon to can close it up. 


Then I just placed inside some pieces of red and black lace, glued them to the bottom of the cage and to the walls. 
I distressed the picture with sand paper, made holes for the wire, 
placed it throught them the way it looks like it keep him attached.


Then I played with blood here and there, that was the most funny part!
I am quite (or very) spooky person and it would scare me to death in real
but I even managed to place a spider on his hat! I am soooo strong :D



Mr. Little wishes you all a very Happy Halloween!


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16 komentarzy:

  1. I have spent ages admiring this super spooky creation Macarena!! I love how you altered the lost relative into a vampire! very clever and awesome creativity!! The details are all fabulous! I love how you even scratched the surface of the picture and added a scary spider,, GO GIRL!! :-)

    Hope you have a great week!
    luv
    Lols x x x

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  2. Wow wow wow! what a fabulous project you created this week! Incredibly amazing! love every single detail and I adore the fact you built your box! Barbara

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  3. One of my favourites among the Halloween makes this year! Absolutely brilliant and cool!
    Claudia xxx

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  4. This is amazingly cool! Wonderful creation!

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  5. Very cool project, Macarena!! The details are just superb and I love the pops of red to really add that super spooky factor!

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  6. Scary, scary, scary! I don't think I would want to open the box, Macarena! Very Halloween macabre!!! Cool! Maura

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  7. Eeeeek! For someone who isn't into Halloween much, you sure did create a a spooky project! I really love your creativity and I never would've thought of making a vampire cage. You are always clever and I love to see your projects even if they scare me!

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  8. What a fabulous and spooky Halloween make! All the detail you created is amazing 😁. Thanks for the inspiration and wishing you a happy weekend! J 😊 x

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  9. Holy smokes Macarena, that is fabulous! Love the outside of the box but the inside is truly amazing, what a wonderful and spooky idea! Thanks so much for sharing it, Deb xo

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  10. Wow.... this is such a stunning Halloween creation, Macarena. The embellishments and all the details you created are fantastic... and spooky! :)

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  11. Wow! What an amazing project ~ Marzena this is stunning and I love every single thing about it! Spooktacular work my friend!... <3

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  12. scary scary scary, what an amazing project, love everything about it, hugs kath xxx

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  13. this is AMAZING! Everything you did is outstanding! The red eyes are such a magical touch!! i AM SO impressed Marzena!!!

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  14. This is so cool Macarena!! And super spooky! So many details, the red eyes, wires, spiderweb and everything else.

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  15. This is amazing! So vintage and creepy cool. Love it!

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