Sunday, October 30, 2011

"I'll Get You!"

Welcome to Day 30 of 31 Days of Halloween Hop by Smeared & Smudged!! We only have 1 more day left! I have seen a huge heap of cool projects during this hop and I am a bit sad to see it coming to an end!! But we still have a few more projects to go and goodies to be given away!!! So be sure to hop, fly, creep, or crawl through all of the creations each day (you never know where a prize may be hidden)! If you happen to get lost along the way the whole blog roll is in the side bar to the right! If you arrived here from Tori's blog, then you are on track... if you didn't and would like to start from the beginning, head on over to Terra' s blog!!!

Today I have a cool hanging project for you!!! I created this for two awesome challenges, first Smeared & Smudged Junk Funk Challenge. We are to incorporate tin can lid(s) into our project and the second one is Macabre Monday Challenge over at the Haunted Design House is to create and pay tribute to the movie "Pumpkin Head". (I have NOT actually seen the movie; but thought this would be close! What do you think? Okay... let me get you on your way..



You will see two different pictures, the first one above is with the flash and the second one below is without it! I guess they sorta look alike... oh well!!! The last picture is the lid that I used. I painted it black and you can see where it is in my project!

Material List

Stamps ~ Smeared Ink - #6 Pumpkin from The Patch Digi Set (3x) & Ike's Art - Get You (She was so nice to give us this creepy little guy as a freebie this month!)
Designer Paper ~ Apothecary Emporium  by Echo Park
Card Stock ~ Wausau Papers
Tuna Fish Lid
Acrylic Paint by Artist Loft ~ Black
Nestibilities by Spellbinders ~ Standard Circle Small & Lacey Circles
Drill
Floral Wire
Adhesive
Pop Up Glue Dots by Stampin' Up
Krylon Triple-Thick Acrylic Coating Spray


Prisma Colored Pencil Numbers

1032, 1033, 1034, 911, 912, 913, 1030, 1052, 1054, 1056, 1058, 1032, & 1033


I will be entering this creation into twelve different challenges...
As always thanks for stopping by, if you have any questions or comments feel free to leave me a message with a way to contact you (email or blog address)!
Hope to hear from you tomorrow, as it is our last day :(
Have a wicked Sunday!

29 comments:

ike said...

OMG - Fabulous colouring - that is soooo coool but when I first opened the Blog I thought it was something rude !!!!! Hahahahaha LoL ... does it look that way or is it just me ... snort !!!

DonnaMundinger said...

Love it Sara! Great use of the can lid and the images are just fab! Thanks for joining the Minions this week at HDH. xxD

carol said...

super creation, thanks for playing along with CRAFTY CATZ x carol

Steph said...

HOw cool, what a great idea! Love thos images, fab job coloring!

Tina said...

creepy and cool thanks for joining us at just some lines halloween challenge

Tina
jsl dt

WencheP said...

Very cool and a bit scary :) Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

lindyloo said...

super creation thank you for playing along with us at the crafty catz this week xxx

Pattie G said...

Sara,
This is so spooky and perfect for our challenge at Pattie’s Creations. Thanks for joining us!
Hugs
Pattie ♥

Melody said...

Very creative!! Thanks for playing in our challenge!

~Melody
DT for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

monique said...

cool hanger, love the image it's creepy

Alex said...

Wonderful Sara. Great way to use the lid!

Sharon Sahl said...

Ike, I saw what you saw. Maybe our monitors are similar (or our minds)? This is a great use for a lid. I didn't see the movie so don't know about that but you image is awesome!! Loved how it's colored!

bonniebluedenim said...

I love your little ornament it's scary cute! Love how you upcycle!

Julie P said...

Very clever! Thanks so much for joining in at Paper Play this week
Hugs Julie P

Jan Garber said...

Great way to add weight and sturdiness to a door hanger! Thanks for joining us at DYSU!

Susan said...

That is very cool, but hubs and I both wonder if your noticed the shape of your wire, BWAHAHAHA!! ok, maybe our minds are in the gutter ;)
I have an excuse...many meds...hubs, well he's just a dirty old man LOL
Susan

Jane said...

Love what you have done with you can lid looks awesome
Luv Jane xxx

Kristina said...

Sara,
What a very clever idea to use can lids as ornaments. Yours turned out fantastic! Love how your coloured Ike's image. Just wonderful!!
Peace,
Kristy

blackdragon said...

This is rreally great Sara.... what a wonderful idea.... i may just borrow it sometime soon....or next year for the 31 days! So glad you came and joined in at HDH this week...much love lynx

Chrissy D said...

Using the can lid is a great idea! Happy Halloween!

downrightcrafty said...

oh what a gorgeous creation, thank you for sharing with us at the Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge
Hugs Kate xx
PS I have some candy if you are interested :)

Mary Jo said...

Cool idea! Very scary looking image! Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

Linny said...

What a great idea. Very scary indeed. Thanks for joining in at Secret Crafter saturday challenge.Linda

I Don't Do Straignt said...

No Ike, I had to look twice too LOL

Sara you did a FAB job on you hanging, the image is beautifully coloured, who'd have guessed it started life as a tin lid?

Miranda said...

another cool project Sara, fabulous
thanks for joining our challenge again this week
hugs
Miranda DYSU DT

Sandi said...

Sara - spooky and scary!
Thanks for playing in our 'Halloween OR Autumn Colors' Challenge #32, and for using a Digital OR Stamped image!
♥ Sandi
DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!

Wilma Z said...

Scary!!! Great project. Thanks for joining us at Di's Digi.

Lisa Somerville said...

Great spooky project, wonderful coloring! Thanks for playing along with the Bloggers Challenge!

Helen said...

Ooh...this is spooktacular!
Thanks for joining us at the Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge!
Helen x