26 October 2016

A Very Vintage Halloween at Frilly and Funkie

Hi everyone and welcome! I'm back today with a card for the latest Frilly and Funkie challenge 'A Very Vintage Halloween' hosted by the fantastic Zoe Hillman. For this one it's time to get your witches hats on and create a project in a vintage style with a Halloween theme!

At the end of the challenge the team will choose their top four picks. Our first place winner will be invited to join us in a Guest DT spot at Frilly and Funkie. Three additional talented participants will receive badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and adheres to the challenge guidelines will be entered into a drawing to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique!

I decided to 'pimp the ride' of a witch, adding enough bling to this broom to get it's owner well and truly noticed!!! With tons of texture in the background it's a bit of a twist on Halloween for those of us who are not so much 'in to' the whole ghouls and ghosts thing...


A quick 'how to' for this one - I added Texture Paste to one of Linda's fab jumbo tags, laying paper on top and peeling it off to create a molten look. That was covered in embossing powder and heated to set the texture in place and get it bubbling along the way. A good coat of Distress Paint and it was on to the stamping (flat areas only) with some ledger script. Finally I mixed some Transparent Gloss Texture Paste with a few drops of Archival Reinker and spread it through the mini Pumpkin stencil to create those fabulous fruits beneath the broom. 


The broom was constructed by layering together lots of die cut Fall Foliage together. The handle was then wrapped with lots of burlap string, jute twine and bits of thin wire before various Halloween charms were attached using jump rings. You'll notice the charms have a dash of colour added - alcohol inks applied with a paint brush is a great way of doing this.


The new Metallic Sticker Labels are so beautifully detailed and the black background really makes that white writing pop. And of course no Halloween night sky would be complete without some twinkling Mirrored Stars.


So that's my contribution to the collection of 'A Very Vintage Halloween' spooky creations from the Frilly and Funkie Design Team and our very special Guest Designers Annette Green and Sara Emily Barker. Make sure you hop on over to see their fabulous makes and find out which authors captured their imaginations, by which time I'm sure you'll be ready to join in the fun and be in with a chance to win!

Thank you for joining me today. Whatever you're up to for the rest of the week have a good one and take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx


14 comments:

  1. This is wonderful Jenny. I love how you made the broom the feature.

    Chrissie xx

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  2. This is so clever Jenny, the textured background looks fabulous and the broomstick would suit any stylish witch! Anne xx

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  3. WOW this is fabulous Jenny and loving your broom!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. I LOVE that broom .. brilliantly assembled, so very cute and obviously belonging to a very with-it witch!! Stunning card with fabulous texture and absolutely delightful!! hugs xx

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  5. Love your broom! The colours and the textures make for a great inspirational project. x

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  6. Jenny, your Halloween tag is perfectly creepy in such a stylish way that only you can do! I love that background--so inspiring!) and your fabulously creative broom! Any witch would be green with envy to have a pimped up ride like this! Thank you for your sweet words on my blog! Hugs!

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  7. Ohhh so clever to make your witches broom using the branches die! Love the beautiful textured background (I always love how you build up the background to your fabulous creations) Beautiful!

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  8. Fabulous card with so much great texture. Your broom is wonderful and definitely for an upscale witch.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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  9. What a genius idea Jenny, I just love your witchy broom! Fabulous 'molten' texture in the background and the added charms are delightful!! It's elegant and eerie at the same time! hugs :)

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  10. So very clever Jenny! I love the witches broom. Gorgeous background too! Sorry to be so late in catching up! Jennie x

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  11. This is FamDAMNtastic Jenny!!! Can you tell I love your tag and your broom is a work of art! Everything about your creation is a work of extraordinary joy!
    Sandy xx

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  12. Wow! Amazing project, Jenny! I am running behind on comments as life has been insane for the past 3 weeks, but I had to let you know how much I love this whimsical, artsy tag. The background texture is gorgeous...I'm going to have to give that a try! Love the way you created the base of your broom from the branch die. So clever, so fun! xo

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  13. You know I love this. It's so clever and so cool! I love the tag mounted card too. You're insanely talented my friend. :)

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  14. Brilliant! Jenny. Fab texture and such clever use of the fall foliage die. This is the broomstick all witches wish they had .
    hugs x

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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