Friday, July 17, 2015

More Gearing Up for Fall

Hi again and thanks for stopping by.   Todays post is going to be short and sweet as it really doesn't need much more than pictures, which is more fun to look at than a lot of text...right...Right!

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So, here is a bit more of me gearing up for Halloween, probably my favorite holiday, for decorating anyway.  I have made a Halloween Greetings Platter.  I think it will look fabulous in my formal room to greet guests as they walk in.

I started with a Dollar Store faux silver platter and added layers with paper, stamps and bling.



      


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A dollar store platter, paper, stamps, bling and a spark of creativity and here ya go!   I can't wait for Halloween!!!!

Thanks again for stopping by.  Let me know you were here by leaving a comment.  And, make sure to check out the supply list below to find links to exactly what you need to make one of your own.  

Supplies used:
Glitz 6x6 Patterned Papers - Vintage Blue pack  (I used the gold dot paper for my background) 
Resin Blossoms   (I added a bit of color and dimension to my flower using Wink of Stella in green and a bit of orange Stickles).
ZIG 2 Way Glue Pen  (for adhering background paper down) 
Double Side Tape 1 inch  (for adhering Steampunk post card down)

7 comments:

  1. Steph! This is adorable! What a clever idea! I love it!!

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  2. Awesome! I never would have guessed that was a tray and not a frame. I am definitely going to "borrow" this idea for a project. TFS

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  3. What a grand finished project from a humble dollar store find! That will display every year in October for sure!

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  4. THIS is TRULY an Altered Page!

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  5. I'm picturing either multi-colored popcorn balls or spider cookies served on this Halloween tray! Nice job, Steph!

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  6. I really have to break into my Rare oddities and Steampunk spells sets but they are just such fab papers

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