Sunday, August 5, 2012

Bewitched

Ok, so here's what I thought I would do:
I'll show you a picture of the supplies I chose and then my LO. That's usually what I like to see, so I thought I would do that here. Hope you enjoy :)

Supplies: 
*DCWV Halloween and Fall 180 sheet stack (Top 3 pieces)  
* DCWV Bewitched matstack (bottom 3 pieces)  
*Halloween stickers from same collection (so cute!)
*Black cardstock - DCWV neutrals stack 
*Journaling pen (I used a thin sharpie)

Ok, so the picture is not the best, but its special to me. That's my little sister way back when she was 11 years old. She was so cute! This particular Halloween she dressed as a pirate and my cockatiel 'Pollo' is her parrot. LOL... My 'tiel has since passed away, that's why this picture is extra special! 
That was the only time my bird was used as an accessory! Really, it was! 


So...you can see, I didn't end up using the orange halloween piece. Instead, I pulled out the diamond pattern (also from the matstack). The black frame paper and stripe pieces are the photo mats. From the paper with the witch boots, I fussy cut the scallop webs and inked them with grey around the edges. I used the embellishments from the package a little differently. I stacked and clustered the 3 on the bottom left. The square in the middle with the webs is cut from the matstack, the bird and black circle are from 2 separate embellishments in the pack. I pulled them apart from their original pieces to make what I needed. They come up easily if you peel carefully and you can save the leftover pieces for other projects :) 
Letter stickers are Doodlebug and AC Thickers.
Twine + studio calico arrow = Done! 

Halloween embellishments

She was making her 'tough' face! lol
See my bird?  : ) 
Thanks for looking! ;)
Stay tuned for more Bewitched and a new project featuring Autumn Melody, another new release at Joann's. 




                            


1 comment:

  1. This is such a cute LO! I love your sister's mean face. lol She is so cute! I do see your sweet little bird. It is so great documenting memories.

    ReplyDelete

I'd love to hear from you!