Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Scrap-mart post week 4.

Hi and happy Wednesday to you!  I'm excited to show you my final August Scrap-mart guest designer post.  I had such a blast creating with these Life Style Craft Bloom and Grow Collection.


And for the final project, I used the die Medallions.


Here is my project...  since Halloween is coming really soon, love love LOVE everything halloween, so... Viola!!  A wicked halloween house!  I used the beautiful Medallions dies on the windows and the door.



Top view:


Yes, yes...  you can lift up the roof...


It can hold halloween candies!!!   I put in a few of my favorite yummy candies.Smiley from millan.net


Well, that's it for me...  I hope you enjoyed my wicked halloween project.  And thanks so much for Scrap-Mart to allow me to play along this month.

Goodies that I used:
Scrap-mart Life Style Craft Medallions
Tim Holtz Alterations die Gothic Boo and On the Fence
Dylusions ink spray in Crushed Grape (for the medallions)
Ranger dabber ink in silver
Tim Holtz distressing ink pad in black soot
Martha Stewart spider web border punch

8 comments:

Catherine said...

This is way too cool Kerry ! What a fantastic creation ! You make the most amazing things ! Love the little Haunted House ! Love the little fence and the tiny pumpkins, tooooooo sweet ! Love the goodies inside too !!! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Paper Tails said...

This is totally AWESOME! You did a fabulous job. I love how it came out. Perfect. Have a good Wednesday my friend.

Hugs,
Karen

Creations by Shirl said...

What a great haunted house, not spooky by a clever idea.... love that the top opens up and it can be filled with yummies...
TFS - enjoy your lovely day!

Alice Carman said...

This turned out wicked cool! You are so creative.

Elena said...

It looks so cool, Kerry! And what a nice surprise inside!

Saron said...

Gorgeous project!!! So great to have you to our DT-group!!

Hugs,
Soili-Maria

coldwaters2 said...

Wowzer Kerry this is awesome, a brilliant project.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Tracey A. in NH said...

Your Halloween house is AWESOME!! I love that you can lift the lid for all that yummy candy to hide! LOVE IT!!