Thursday, August 31, 2017

More Coffins For Sale

Hello! As promised, I'm back to show you some of the latest coffins I have available in my showroom. If you missed the first offering, you can check them out HERE. Once again, Gus, our Funeral Director, will be showing our newest models.


Each of the coffins is made with Tim Holtz Coffin Box die.



Are you looking for something unique? This purple model is our most requested for the fun at heart! (Wilted Violet Distress paint, rubbing alcohol, Prima Sparks Ravens Eye, Tim Holtz Halloween 4     stamps, spider charm, silver thread)





Another coffin we offer is this hefty solid stone variety made from rough unpolished granite. (Prima Concrete Stone Effects paste, black gesso, Tim Holtz  Halloween Typed Token and Mini Fasteners, Picket Fence  and Black Soot Distress Crayons)






Our re-claimed wood pine box offers a  more economical option. It's our only softwood version with an oak color.  It is roughly hewn and has an unlined interior. Comes with tweezers for easy splinter removal. (Black gesso, Stone Effects, Walnut Stain Distress paint, Ground Espresso Distresss Crayon,Tim Holtz Stars Adornments, Prima Rust Effects paste, chain)

Gus is forever grateful for your visit to the showroom today, and hopes he has been helpful in showing you a coffin that fits your needs. I hope it won't be too long before I have more Halloween goodies to show you! Thank you for your visit today!

I'm sharing with these challenges:
Shopping Our Stash-SOS318 - Your Favorite Season That would be fall and with that, comes Halloween. Old stash includes silver thread, cat food box, chain and old Tim Halloween stamps.
Deep Ocean Challenges-Challenge #162: "Fave Color Combo" Love all colors, but am particularly drawn to dingy neutrals with an occasional drift toward purple!

Hugs and Blessings!
Sara Emily

Most of the products used can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique:


25 comments:

  1. LOL! Your dancing skeleton is so excited to be free of his coffin. And to top things off, he is making the best of the situation by becoming an agent selling "mobile homes" for anyone interested! I like the way he shows off each "coffin-abode" by detailing the awesome colors, textures, and comfort levels. It's obvious the wildlife cherishes these crafty places lodgings, as Mr. Spidy has been there long enough to claim his territory and those starfish enjoy feasting on whatever they find on the other! Fabulously imaginative, Sara - thanks for sharing your talent! hugs, de

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  2. Such a great post! I love the way you presented this and your coffins are exquisite! I think I "need" that coffin die now after seeing all your wonderful creations! Love this post!!

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  3. So delightful Sara Emily -- Did you bury an empty coffin or is that skeleton an escape artist!!
    Sandy xx

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  4. Hey, Gus!! So good to see you again!! He's such a happy skeleton :) My good golly, these are spectacular, Sara Emily!! The texture is jaw-dropping!! The purple one is gorgeous (if a coffin can actually be gorgeous ;) The stone one looks like a real slab of granite!! And the reclaimed pine is amazing!! I love, love all of these!! I hope we will be seeing more of Gus in the coming weeks!! Have a great day, my friend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Sara Emily - or should I say Gus - I LOVE the new line of coffins! I'm amazed at the unique finishes each one has - the one with chains would be great for a Vampire - LOL! Your skeleton is so adorable, too. You've done an amazing job with textures, as always! Hugs :-)

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  6. Hi Gus and Sara! Great design, amazing texture and very funny ! X

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  7. Ha, ha, ha Sara, Gus must be doing a roaring trade with the fabulous coffins! I love the stone one but think I would have to go with the rustic one, I just love the chains and a new pair of tweezers would be just the job for getting rid of any splinters, or doing a bit of craft work! These are such fun, I do love your sense of humour!!! Hugs, Anne xx

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  8. HAHA Sara this is a fantastic post! Love Gus and his enthusiasm for selling coffins! These coffin boxes have amazing texture and color... very realistic.... great job hon!
    Hugs,
    Jo

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  9. YAY! I LOVE halloween!! Those coffins look INCREDIBLE! Great job! Thanks for joining again at the Noor! Design UK "Anything Goes" challenge! Hugs!

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  10. What fun you've had designing and making your newest collection of coffins with Gus working hard in the sales department. Brilliant post Sara xxx

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  11. OMGosh you so crack me up!!!
    You totally would be great at making people feel lighthearted while shopping for a final resting place!!! heehee What a nut- I love ya!
    Digging on the purple one, because, yes, I am fun!
    Glad to hear the move went smooth and your daughter is all settled in-even though I missed ya!
    Have a super weekend,Jackie xo

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  12. Gus has certainly been working overtime... another great selection of textures and finishes. love the stony granite version and the reclaimed pine is fantastic too. Bravo Gus (and you!).
    Alison x

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  13. Hehhehe - Gus is ever so dramatic in his endeavors!!! Glad I'm going up instead of down and don't have to meet him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh how I love it when you share your FABULOUSLY FUN coffins Sara. This post just made my day. I giggled and ADMIRED your FANTASTIC work. Xj.

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  14. Oh WOW!! this coffins are just amazing, each one is so unique and absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for sharing them with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you join us again next time.
    Hugs.
    Maria Rodriguez.

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  15. Omg, I love you!! Yes... Gus!!! Cracking up! Halloween is my fave 'season' too (well, fall+summer... But, yeah, Halloween season is the BEST)! Gus sold me on the pine box. Fabulous. 💀👏🖤

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  16. what amazing details...such fun! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  17. I love the "lost" coffin - it's texture is just AMAZING! You are making such great coffins Sara!

    You ask for tips for book binding... I got nearly all I do from You Tube.

    There are so many ideas and tutorials -
    for simple ideas I can recommand a long video where a woman shows many many ways to make journals-

    HERE

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  18. Gus sure is keeping a great stock of coffins in! What a wonderful and eclectic spread of different coffins using the same die cut! Genius idea and I am sure you enjoy every minute of creating this little wonders! Awesome sauce and gorgeous details! Hugz to you muffin! ~Punkin

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  19. Your dancing skeleton and coffin is great. love your kind of humor

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  20. wow - Gus certainly has plenty of coffins to choose from! Wonderful - good for him!!! I love the rusty one with the chains -that looks fabulous to me! Big hugs rachel xx

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  21. Wow!! What fabulous offerings from Gus today!! He certainly has a lovely array of coffins to choose from!! LOL!! Such a fun post Sarah and such fabulous creations .. the textures are to die for!! The purple one is my fave I think, so rich and luxurious .. love it!! Have a wonderful day! hugs xx

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  22. I just followed your back link before commenting here! Sara, you really do make Halloween fun
    (Thanks to Gus!) and beautiful! Chrisx

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  23. Ha, I really can't get enough of these little coffins!! Three more totally unique and wonderful little Halloween candy dishes lol! Love these stone effects that you are creating, I want to reach out and touch all that amazing texture!! Absolutely love the chain wrapped that one, that is straight out of some creepy movie for sure!! These are really so much fun Sara, I bet they are fun to create too. Sending hugs :)

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  24. looking great with all the texture!
    Thank you for joining the Mixed Media & Art challenge.
    Hug Katja

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  25. Wow wow wow what talent thank you very much for your participation in the challenge of MMA

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