Happy Halloween – Home decor

Hello Everyone,

Happy Halloween to all of you who celebrate and wishing you a fun filled day to all who don’t. I have a cute home decor project as my last one for this year with Halloween theme, created with goodies mostly from Lawn Fawn. Get ready for a picture heavy post!

I started with stamping the images from Fox Costumes Before ‘n After. I used Copic markers and cut them out with their coordinating dies.

For the background I cut a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock which was the size of the frame and applied Spiced Marmelade Distress Oxide ink with the Ergonomic Blender Brush from Pink and Main. Then I laid the Cloud stencil from Heffy Doodle over it and added Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxide ink. I finished it off with some diluted ink splatters and also added some white and black ones too.

For the castle I used the Lawn Fawn Brick stencil on Fog cardstock and using the Build-a-Castle die set I created the castle as shown on the pic. Some parts I cut from dark grey cardstock. While I was at die cutting I also cut the Spooky fence border, the Land border and a grassy hillside border all from black cardstock. For colour variation I sponged some white pigment ink on some of the layers before assembling the scene.

I popped up some of the images with 3D foam squares and some I adhered flat. I emphasized some details with glossy accents.

The sentiment is simply white heat embossed on thin strips of black cardstock.

It was my last card for the ‘Till Death Do Us Craft collaboration. It was a month long event with some other crafty girls to shared Halloween inspiration with you. If you want to see our projects, just use the #tilldeathdouscraft tag to search on social media.

Although Halloween is over here on my blog, I am gonna share more Fall and mostly Holiday craft ideas with you regularly, so make sure to subscribe not to miss any of my posts. I truly appreciate you support, thank you!

See you,

Zsofi

Dream Home Decor – Lawn Fawn

Hello Everyone,

I am popping in with a cute little home decor I created for my kids’ room using several Lawn Fawn stamps and dies.

I stamped and coloured a ton of little images from Fairy friends, Gleeful gardens sets using my Copic markers and cut everything out with their coordinating dies.

I also die cut the elements from the Mushroom house builder: the trunk I cut from woodgrain cardstock as I love the texture. The hat of the mushroom is from a special velvet cardstock, I love the touch of it, so unique!

I also used some grassy hillside borders and an older scene building set for the sun and the clouds (Spring showers).

When I had all the elements cut out, I assembled a scene on a 6×6 inch patterned paper from the Hello Sunshine Remix collection. Some elements I popped up with 3D foam squares.

I finished the scene with die cut letters using the Stitched Alphabets dies. I chose rainbow colours of course 😀

I put it all in an Ikea frame and voliá! Now I just want to make more of these frames and decorate every room. Isn’t it cute?

This is my entry for the current Lawnfawnatics challenge #78 Create a scene.

I hope you enjoyed my home decor project and I inspired you to create your own. Come back tomorrow for some new release sneak peeks of Newton’s Nook Designs June release. It is gonna be a fun week!

See you,

Zsofi

Home décor with canvas

Hello Everyone,

I promised to show you the home décor project I have made for my crafty corner recently using Spellbinders products.

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I stamped the Tammy Tutterow What I Make With My Hands stamp on canvas from the Spellbinders Platinum Pack 1 set. I used Gina K Amalgam ink and lightly dabbed some Copic markers on the letters in a rainbow order. I added some shading too.

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When it was all done, I adhered some Gold Jewels from Studio Katia to the middle of the flowers for an extra bling.

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I placed the canvas in an Ikea Ribba frame (23cm*23cm), it fits perfectly.

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Thank you for your visit, I hope you got inspired and will make your own home décor on canvas.

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See you soon,

Zsofi