Thursday, October 6, 2016

BOO!

Hello friends and visitors! Only a few more hours and Brenda's Halloween challenge is closed! I hadn't planned on making another Halloween project just yet, but a Pinterest tablescape caught my eye, and I just had to go play!



Here's the beautiful Halloween table I spotted on Pinterest. Aren't those drinks yummy?

Halloween tablescape.  Love the owl plates!!:

I don't have much time for details, but I will say I used my Tim Holtz Thinlits Doily and Frantic Stamper Fern dies for the first time here. The ferns were cut out of a giant candy bar wrapper and colored with Twisted Citron Distress paint. I colored the stamens and sentiment to match with Distress paint and marker. The doily was colored with black gesso followed by Brushed Pewter distress paint and backed with a handcut and distressed card stock circle. The flowers are store bought from Michaels and given a coat of black gesso and Twinkling H2O's drybrushed to highlight.  I added a couple of layers of Tammy Tutterow's Shabby Posies to make one of them larger. A Spellbinders circle die is covered with Rock Candy Distress Glitter colored with Black Soot Alcohol ink. A snippet of an Impression Obsession twig wreath, a Chit Chat sticker, and a heat embossed owl from Martha Stewart complete my card.



  


I'm sharing my card with Brenda's Halloween giveaway and these challenges:
Scrapy Land Challenge #51 Anything Goes using any die Scrapy Land sells I used a Sizzix, Frantic Stamper, Impression Obsession, and 2 Spellbinders dies.
Die Cut Divas October is the Time to Emboss I embossed the owl and I guess you could say the background is embossing with stencil and paste.
Thank you for stopping by and for your lovely comments! I read and appreciate them all!
Hugs and Blessings!
Sara Emily 

19 comments:

  1. Oh I am loving that tablescape and yes, the drinks do look yummy - I think you have captured the details beautifully, the stencilled background is gorgeous, I love the doily and ferns and the flowers are superb!

    Whilst I am here, thanks so much for joining in our Create Within A Frame challenge at A Vintage Journey. Hugs, Anne xx

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  2. Oh my you captured the mood of the table perfectly, I love the whole design and colour scheme. Brilliant. Thanks for joining in on my Halloween Giveaway post and sharing it at A Vintage Journey. Hugs xxx

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  3. A great design from your inspiration photo Sara Emily - love the touches of green on ferns and blooms against the black and white - thanks again for joining us in the AVJ challenge - you always supply so much inspiration! Julia xx

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  4. Wooooow, Sara, you have captured the details of that amazingly decorated table perfectly! I am in awe! Your combination of black and white and those green tones is fabulous! Oh, what a stunning flower arrangement inside that gorgeous frame and a super cool little owl! You are such an inspiration, my sweet friend! Brilliantly done, as always! Big hugs to you! Branka xx

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  5. Wow, this looks amazing!! Love the details and the touch of glitter and the black flowers with the green accents are fabulous. What a great Halloween card!

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  6. Beautiful and unique card.

    So glad you were able to join us at Die Cut Divas.

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  7. Wonderful work! I'm especially thrilled by the gloomy flowers ... Thanks for showing!

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  8. Boo back atcha, Sara! FANTASTIC take on that pinspiration! What a great color palette to play with! Great Halloweenie card -- so unique and fun! Hugs, de

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  9. Love the green leaves against the black and white background. Thank you for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! Hugs, Macarena

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  10. Oh wow, this is so awesome!! The drinks do look yummy and what perfect inspiration for your fabulous card!! I love how the green pops against the black and white!! The layers are amazing!! This is gorgeous my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. I would drink those drinks and then some! Wonderful gooey greens used and your design make is beautiful and hauntingly spectacular. The pops of green against the black are so delicious. Reminds me of the Poison Ivy lady from the comic books. I bet your friend will totally be enthralled with this and love it! Hugz to you muffin! ~Punkin

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  12. Another Stunner !
    Thanks for joining us at Scrapyland Challenge blog and Good Luck !
    Maryvonne - DT member

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  13. Oh good! You have started! As you know I struggle with all things Halloween but I do so love coming here to sacred witless! A lovely gentle start Sarah! Sorry not to have been around much - we do seem to go away rather a lot! Hugs, Chrisx

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  14. Very dramatic colours - but no, I don't want to drink those drinks, thank you! I'm happy to see your Halloween crafting is well under way.
    Alison x

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  15. Fabulous piece Sara Emily! The colour scheme is perfect for Halloween! Thanks for joining us on the Southern Ridge Trading Company Blog.
    -Katelyn DT member at Southern Ridge

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  16. Stunning card and super embossed owl. Thanks for joining the Die Cut Divas, CarolG

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  17. Hi Sara! Just stopped in to say thank you for the wonderful welcome back comment, you sure did put a smile on my face. Your card is just fantabulous, wow!! I love that image you used for inspiration and I'm thinking perhaps some sort of melon liqueur in those yummy looking drinks!! The black and white damask background was the perfect choice here! LOVE IT!

    Can't wait to see what you create next time my friend. Sending big hugs :)

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  18. love the colour tones - very dramatic, Those greeny black flowers are gorgeous .
    hugs x

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