Thursday, 4 October 2012

DT Project #2 by Minxy, Featuring:

Hay Snazzy Folks
It's me again with another spooktastic project.
This time i've made a display assemblage using one of the very cool MDF blanks that Snazzy's sell.

I coloured the whole board with rusty hinge distress stain.
I then cut the various lush carta bella papers just smaller than the panels on the board.
In some cases I also used some of the strips from the front packing sheet.
I stamped a couple of the blueprint stamps onto black shrink plastic with white adirondack paint dabber, and used as embellishments.

I grunged up some mini bottles with rock candy distress crackle and alcohol ink and again used the front cover sheet for the mini labels {grunged up a bit with distress ink}
I used bits of a plastic skelly for some added dimension, and a selection of various idea-ology pieces to complete the look.
I hope you have enjoyed the projects so far, There are still more wonders to behold from both Astrid and Hels, starting with Astrid on Monday, so make sure you pop back xx
Till next time, Stay Inky


Astrid Maclean said...

Ooh, very cool! Great way to showcase those papers and I love the idea of stamping in white on the black shrink plastic! Another wonderful project!!

hazel said...

A wonderful spooky project - I love it.
xxx Hazel.

Buttons said...

That is fantastic Minxy. So much to see and a lot of time and effort has gone into getting everything in the right place. Love the bottle and the skeleton elements. Hugs, Buttons x

craftimamma said...

Another brill project Minxy! Fabulous decorative idea for the Halloween Season which is becoming increasingly popular over here now. Excellent way to use those lovely papers and I like all the embellishments you made. I have to say this may be grunged up but it is beautifully put together. Love it!

Lesley Xx

butterfly said...

Fantastic display board - so many delicious things to admire, and the colour combination is so cool!
Alison x

Gillian .... said...

Fab way to show case the papers and all the little spooky embellies. xx