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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

what's your poison ? for Frilly and Funkie DT

well it is mid way through another challenge over at Frilly and Funkie ...and the theme is what's your poison? with a twist to create a Halloween project using black and green but no orange . So here is my make :


I had lots of fun with Distress paints and some of the new stencils to create my background....followed with some cobweb stamping. 


I love how inks and stamps layer across the gorgeous new colours of Distress paints. then I added some art part shelves and got busy filling the shelves.

From cheap plastic pumpkins to gruesome green ones...


nestled in amongst the cobwebs..


and nestled amongst lots of bottles with labels and filled with all sorts of goodies


....alongside the fab new die cut bottles coloured and crackled and with some rub ons ...




I had lots of fun creating this and all products listed below...hope you will pop across here and see my fab team mates amazing makes and hopefully join in the fun x


30 comments :

  1. Absolutely magnificent Trace and very 'you'. I love the texture you've achieved on your distressed background and those fantastic altered pumpkins. Jenny x

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  2. I just love this time of year, so many wonderful Halloween makes - love this one Trace! Great treatment of the pumpkins. Hugs, Anne x

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  3. You really have pulled all the stops out with this one Trace it's fabulous !
    Von ☺

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  4. Another total wow project Trace, how amazing is this??? Love this piece, the background is incredible as is the arrangement of all the other element. How on earth did you do those cobwebs? They look like smoky mist....Fantastic make!

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  5. Such a fun creation--I bet your children will love it. Not sure what you used for the mysterious smoke effect but it looks terrific

    Love Chrissie x

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  6. ooo Trace - such a fabulous creation - can't believe the transformation on those plastic pumpkins fabulous idea! Its all brill xx

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  7. Absolutely stunning Trace!! Love all the little details x

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  8. wow what a great project!
    Groetjes karin

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  9. This is gorgeous Trace! Love the altered pumpkins. What did you use for the cobwebs? xxx

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  10. Love this, Trace! Great little shop of horrors, but what you did with those cheap pumpkins is totally awesome!

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  11. This is fabulous, right up my street, I love it...xx

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  12. Fabulous make, that background is just stunning xx

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  13. what a coool and spooooooky Project, love it

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  14. Brilliant project Trace, love the transformed little pumpkins ! Sue C x

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  15. Flippin wicked work there lass and very cool use for those little pumpkins :-)

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  16. How cool, that's a fantastic project, love the colors and all the elements.

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  17. This is so cool Trace, I really love what you did with the pumpkins. Michelle x

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  18. What a fabulous make Trace. Lots to ponder over too. I'm also loving the colours. Hugs Rita xxxxx

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  19. This is fabulous, so atmospheric and you have really transformed those pumpkins,

    Lucy x

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  20. Now this is seriously cool and creepy. Love it! I feel like I'm looking in on a mad scientist's apothecary. wwoooo..... :)

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  21. A super spooky project! Great match between the stamped cobwebs and the ones in top of them! Hugs, Gerrina

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  22. Fabulous, love that inky background and all those brilliant little Halloween embellishments. Looks like you had great fun with this.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  23. Great Halloween project! So smart with those mini pumpkins. I was looking at a set and thinking, how could I make them creepy. Now I now. Love it!

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  24. Gorgeous Trace,- wow I love your 3-d cobweb and how you made the bottles,look
    painfully full, with poison, and scary things !!
    xox, Dorthe

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  25. Totally fabulous, Trace... I love the shelves of lotions and potions you've created - 2D and 3D - so clever! And those little pumpkins look completely brilliant. Fantastic work!
    Alison xx

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  26. What an awesome spooky project! Love the spilled bottles and the transformation of the pumpkins... so many fabulous details on this one!

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  27. Apologies if this comment is a repeat, don't know if the first one went through. I said............
    Completely, utterly, stunningly GORGEOUS. I LOVE the pumpkins.

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  28. This is absolutely amazing! I stared at your project for so long that my screensaver turned on! Truly a remarkable piece and I am impressed beyond words by the amazing techniques you employed. The conversion of those plastic pumpkins was nothing short of genius! Thank you for inspiring me with this incredible homage to Halloween!

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  29. Awesome. Love what you've done there Trace.

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