Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Halloween Tray











Don't forget to double click to see the pictures really large! Halloween just seems to be in the air! I think after the intensely hot summer we are STILL having, we're all longing for come cool breezes and fall colors. This very special project is done on a 7 Gypsies Printer's Tray. These come in several formations. This one is sized for ATC's and it made a perfect Halloween themed tray. I'm posting several pictures and there are so many elements used. If you have questions, please let me know and I'll be glad to help. I used only two stamps! I used several MS border punches, lots of Tim Holtz hardware, lots of bling, an old domino, a large spider from the jewelry section at JoAnn's, prima flowers, etc. Notice the tiny little pumpkin tea pot in the extreme upper right corner! In several spots I punched 4 or 5 of one punch and layered them for dimension. Papers run the gamut from old SU halloween papers, new MS papers, and some special single halloween sheets I had purchased and was holding for years for just the right project. I had so much fun doing this that I am going to do another in the new Steampunk Debutante papers by Graphics 45. I hope this will inspire you to try a project yourself. Enjoy!

5 comments:

Whimcees said...

Hello!

You do such beautiful work! I love this project! :<)

Wishing you a wonderful evening!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Debby/Darthy said...

This is so amazing. I am so inspired. I have to say this is one of the nicest printer's tray transformations I've ever seen. Great job!!

Diane said...

I agree with "Debbie"...this is the bet I have seen..and yes it is inspiring....I clicked on it and I ahve a BIG screen, so I was able to see all the details.....the pumpkin teapot is adorable, love the spider, the big JOL really caught my eye too...very, very nice Mary! Bet Brenda will want this, too...LOL!!

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

What a fun project! I can't wait to see what you do with the Gothic Ghosts!

Holly said...

Love it! One question...did you permanently adhere the ATCs to the tray? Enjoy this season and many more years to come.

Holly F.