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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

LOST IT,BUT IT'S STILL THERE...DT

 Hello everyone,

Time for a new challenge over at LITTLE RED WAGON and our lovely hostess this week is Imke and she has chosen the theme...WREATH [any season you want]..

Well, as I was on a Halloween kick and it is October, I went Halloween..but got a bit lost in the process...and I'm sorry there are lots of photos, more than usual..


So I started as always by filling up a tray with as many die cuts as I felt like cutting, and there were lots...


I made the frame with about 4 layers and ran the last layer through my spider web embossing folder and the castle through a brick wall embossing folder, gives great texture..


My moon was water coloured, I try inks and other stuff, sprays etc, but I'm so comfortable with water colour.


My pumpkins were cut with coloured paper for a headstart and I just shaded them..


All done..


I adore this branch die and it made a perfect frame for my wreath..


Added my die cut in black, witch to the moon..


Back to the frame where the pumpkins,castle and a silver spiderweb were added..


Then leaves onto the pumpkins, skulls and cute ghosts and the odd bat or two..


Here shows the brick walls of the castle were rubbed with my finger with embellishment mousse..


The spider web shinning away and the Bats wings had a glow..


A bit closer of the bat wings...

THEN I DID THIS....
I must have zoned out big time...


I found this box so decided to..


paint it black..


I filled these tiny bottles with ink, to make a poison potion..


And after splattering with gold paint I added my wreath...


The tiny bottles nestled into the bottom corner, with few leftover pumpkins..


I die cut and added houses with gold card behind the windows to look light lights..


Then decide to added some wheat stems, so die cut them and coloured with markers...


Then my Cheery Lynn fence, the best ever,
 that was put away in the wrong place and just found it..



Looking down inside...



Used some twinr ribbon with leaves for a frame around the box and added more bats and a church on the left side..


And there have a wreath....inside a box..


So there we go, that was so much fun to make, I had a blast..

Thank you so much for stopping by..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Challenges to enter....

Try it on Tuesday  [Halloween]

Crafting Happiness  [ Color Challenge]Use any or all of these colors:
purple, orange, green, black..










21 comments:

Janette said...

WOW Chrissy you have done it again, this is fabulous, clever lady bursting with ideas, how do you sleep :)) I love this and the build up to it is brilliant.
Thankyou so much for your kind words, your a friend indeed. Hope your daughter is doing ok, our kids never stop being a worry.xx

coldwaters2 said...

WOWWWWWWWW MAGNIFICENT PROJECT Chrissy once again you have created something out of this world awesome, the detail is totally amazing, all those lovely die cuts stupendous work.
hugs
lorraine x

Valerie-Jael said...

Chrissy, this it totally and absolutely FABULOUS! I had to laugh as I saw how it kept growing and developing, wow! This is really a treasure! And thanks so much for joining us at TIOT, much appreciated! Hugs, Valerie

Chris said...

Just WOW!!!! This is AMAZING!
xx

crafty-stamper said...

WOW this is absolutely brilliant Chrissy love all the fabulous dies and great little embossed castle
Carol x

Margreet said...

This is so stunning, Chrissy. Love all you have built around the wreath. It is a real piece of art!
xxx Margreet

Sarah said...

That's stunning Chrissy!! it looks fabulous in the box xx

Pia S said...

I love how you created your own Halloween wreath, great tips on how to stretch your stuff. I also like the effect of the embossed bricks on the haunted house. There’s so much fantastic detail, and the finished result is absolutely jaw dropping.

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Chrissy you did a great job, love to see your tutorials how you did it

gr karin

Crafting Queen said...

Stunning creation. Love the layers of interest. Anesha

Kate said...

This looks absolutely amazing, Chrissy! Your homemade Hallowe’en wreath is fabulous with all its wonderful details. What super décor!

Brenda said...

It was a box. A plain ole' box...and you turned it into a piece of art. You are amazing! There is so much about this I love, but I think my favorite things are the tiny bottles of poison. Brilliant!

Carol S. said...

A very detailed project Chrissy. Not into Halloween myself but you have made the background amazing. We went to my son's wedding last week and stayed a few extra days to visit friends and family. So now playing catch up!!
Big hugs, Carol S.xxxx

My name is Erika. said...

This is amazing Chrissy. What a fantastic Halloween decoration. I love all the images and details. Thanks for sharing with us at Try It on Tuesday. Hugs-Erika

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning project and those colours are just so adorable...your cards and projects are always brilliantly designed.. xx

Dawn T said...

What a stunning project Chrissy. I am so in awe of your talent.

Janis Lewis said...

Incredible! What an awesome Halloween project. Thank you so much for linking up at my challenge blog, Crafting Happiness Challenges.
Janis - Pause Dream Enjoy
*Owner* Crafting Happiness Challenges
*DT* Let’s Craft & Create

Meggymay said...

A fantastic Halloween project and it was lovely to see the photos and how you created it. Thank you for linking with our theme at Try it on Tuesdays.
Yvonne

Unknown said...

Just A M A Z I N G !!

Imke ~ MY CRAFTY PLACE

JanR said...

What an awesome project, Chrissy! So many wonderful details. You rocked this challenge!

nwilliams6 said...

Saw this on TIOT and loved it. Love it even more after looking at your great steps! I am definitely doing a Halloween wreath this weekend (actually I did one last weekend too but this one will be paper based). Thanks for the inspiration!!!