Thursday, October 15, 2009

Imaginisce Spooky Town Finale!


Spooky Town!!!!


Well with all good things they must come to an end and today is our final day showcasing Imaginisce's fun Spooky Town line!

Today's post offers ideas for cards, gift bags, wall hangings and pendants...

Read on for more fun projects with Spooky Town!







Happy Halloween Card

Designer: Stacey Stamitoles

Imaginisce Spooky Town Bestitched Paper, Fraidy Cat Paper, Trick or Treat Paper(for “Happy Halloween”), Witches Stew Rubons

Other Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, Circle cutter: Fiskars, Ribbon: Offray, Sewing machine , Button, Ink: VersaFine by Tsukineko



Treat Bag
Designer: Kristen Swain

Imaginisce Spooky Town Bestitched Paper, Boo Buttons Paper, Spooky Sticker Stackers, Witches Stew Rubons, Orange Paper(from Rubon packaging)






Eeek! Wall Hanging
Designer: Julia Sandvoss

Imaginisce Spooky Town Bestitched Paper, Orange Paper (from Rubon packaging)Fraidy Cat Paper, Boo Whooo?! Paper, Tombstone Terrors Chipboard Stickers, Spooky Sticker Stackers

Other Supplies:
Sign from craft store, May Arts Ribbon, GlueGlider Pro by GlueArts, Colorbox Chalk Inks, Doodlebug Limeade Paper Frills, Ki Memories Alphabet Stickers







Halloween Glass Pendants

Designer: Julia Sandvoss

Imaginisce Spooky Town Monster Mash

Other Supplies: Adhesive, Glass, Bails, Stickles Glitter, Judikins Diamond Glaze, E6000 Adhesive

Designer Tip: I purchase the glass pieces from tile stores. Select glass tiles that are not too thick and heavy and are not distorted. I usually work with the 7/7 by 1 7/8 inch rectangle glass, small 7/8 inch squares a circles in a size around 1 to 1 1/2 inches. Use the glass to position over design to make sure it fits on the shape, then trace around glass. Cut out shape and then add any glitter accents. Next apply a fair size drop of glaze onto the backside of the glass, firmly press the design onto glass making sure to smooth out any air bubbles and excess glaze. I then use the glaze that squeezes out the sides to smooth over the backside of the paper so it has a nice, smooth finish when dry. Sit the glass face down and allow to dry. If any trimming is needed for the design...use an Exacto knife to clean up the edges. Use E-6000 adhesive to adhere bail onto backside of glass ensuring that it's positioned in the center of the design and glass.



So that's it...well not it for Halloween ideas...we have more of those to share! We would like to extend a thank you once again to Don and Imaginisce for sending us their products to work with! We hope you were inspired to make some projects too!

And as a thank you to you....we're giving away one of the Halloween pendants! Leave a comment by this Sunday, October 18th and let us know which one is your favorite and we'll pull a random name to win one along with a chain to wear for Halloween!! We'll post the winners name on Monday!

Be sure to tell your friends about the Pursuit of CraftYness!!!

9 comments:

Anita said...

What great ideas!!! My favorite pendant is the owl ghost -so cute :)

mustangkayla said...

Cute projects and pendants!`

Char- The Mad Shopper said...

My favorite is the skeleton.

Laura Stewart said...

the skeleton is cute

Stephanie said...

So cute! I like all the pendants but I think the owl is my favorite. Great ideas!

jules p said...

oh that is not fair to have to pick just one..because i love the little pendants. (thanks for telling us how you made them)
i love the little bag...and also the wall hanging.

my fav pendant is the little skeleton.

Kelly said...

well, i just love it all! love kris' treat bag, love that pendant- what else is there to say!! great job by everyone-

Angie said...

Loving all the projects and those pendants are too cute to spook!

sandra m. said...

love the skelly!