A few weeks ago, Kerri Bradford offered up this one day "freebie" and I snagged it! I had been contemplating creating the same sort of thing myself but her idea was perfect! I believe you can still get this download for a very small price...you should check it out!
My mom had given me this horrendous ornate, brassy framed print of a cat of all things...(sorry mom and sorry cat lovers), who wants prints of cats on their walls??!! Anywho....I ripped out the print and sprayed the frame with satin finish black spray paint and printed up the lovely red Christmas subway art and voila!!!
It looks really awesome!!
I forgot to take before pictures but trust me, this is a HUGE improvement!! lol
Very quick and simple to do! I have lots of other little projects lined up so hopefully I will get them done now that the birthday week of my son and husband is over for a few days! One more family party on Sunday! Only 15 people for dinner so this one is an easy-peasy!! Usually it is in the 20s...
Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Friday, November 11, 2011
I began this project at Scrapfest and managed to get it finished and hung on the wall for Halloween but then came two very sick little boys and a project that needed to be completed for the Scrapbox (which I hope to be able to share with you very soon!!!) so I never got around to taking pictures until today!
|Echo Park "Apothecary Emporium" and Teresa Collins " Haunted Hallows" as well as a whole lot of goodies from my stash!|
|I coloured the bottlecap in with my orange copic marker and then placed the Tim Holtz spider charm inside and filled up the cap with Glossy Accents. Once dry, it took well over a day, I coloured the entire thing again with the copic.|
|Don't ya just love this halloween ticket made using a custom ink pad??|
|I love this skeleton and sparkly spiders!|
Posted by HeatherFeather at 12:35 PM