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My "Witch Rides a SPOON" for a Special Altered Spoon Bloghop

WELCOME to Altered Pages!!! Susan here with a special post for a very special event. Today I am celebrating my five year blogiversary...and I've invited everyone to join me in altering wooden spoons. Please click the squares below to jump to all the stops on the hop. To get to the beginning of the hop please CLICK HERE.

I was so inspired by the collage sheet AP-458D Wicked Witches and I knew instantly what I was going to create with one of my spoons...a witchy woman riding a spoon. I plan to put her into a recycled plexiglass shadow box frame with a really fantastic quote.



Compete with bling - this Witchy Woman is Riding Her SPOON!


My spoon is base painted with Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer and Garnet Terri Sproul Mixers. I affixed orange gems and clear dew drops in the bowl area with Crystal Lacquer. Around the spoon edge, I adhered orange tinsel trim with double sided tape and wrapped black raffia around the neck of spoon.


The handle is fiber wrapped with 3 kinds of shimmery, fuzzy goodness. I added some dimension and pizazz to my gal on gloves, dress and shoes with some black embossing powder that has glitter in it. I actually printed and cut out two images and cut out areas to layer above spoon to give depth.

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Presenting the artistes de spoon...

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you are inspired to go and alter something...perhaps a wooden spoon??? Please visit the Altered Pages website for Collage Sheets, Ephemera, Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer, Rubber Stamps, blank items ready to alter, Project kits and more! If you would like to see more of my work please Click HERE.  Sb : )

Comments

  1. Oh how hilarious! I LOVE your spoon! Great job!

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  2. So happy that several of the Altered Pages team is playing along for my celebration bloghop! Off to alter some other spoons...wheeeeeeeeeeee!

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  3. Great spoon! and I love the bling. What a great bloghop this is and thanks for letting us all have a go as well.

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  4. This is fantastic Susan!!! I love the 3D effect with the witch!! :) Becky

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  5. you did a wonderful job I love how you to dimention alized the witch and the spoon itself is gorgeous

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  6. Love the bling and glitter. Definitely inspired wooden spoons here I come.

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  7. Absolutely adorable - what a terrific and clever idea - and so well executed! Brava!

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  8. Susan, your witchy girl is wonderful. What a clever idea, and thanks for all the inspiration. Great job!

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  9. STUNNING!!! I just love your spoon.

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  10. A very clever use of the spoon and I adore the gem like detail.

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