Sunday, 20 October 2013

DAY #20 OF THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN.

Welcome to day #20 of the 31 days of Halloween hosted by
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 Today i have a couple of simple projects to share with you.....
..... the holder and candle cost a pound each from a pound store, and i 'gothed' them up.
The candle I altered using images stamped onto tissue paper.
The holder was a shiny black plastic that i altered with distress paints to look like old sand-stone.

SUPPLIES USED....
DISTRESS PAINTS:- FRAYED BURLAP,PUMICE STONE, PICKET FENCE
STAMP:-LG DANCING SKELETONS
INK:-STAZON JET BLACK
Thanks for visiting, happy hopping.
More here tomorrow for DAY #21.
BDx

14 comments:

Jetske said...

Simple?? More like stunning! You wouldn't think this was a shiny black plastic candle holder!
A wonderful Happy Halloween set!

nichtniedlich said...

what a wonderful, monochromatic arrangement! I like it precisely because of the minimal coloring! You're lucky to find such awesome holders in the pound store - enviable *gg*
hugs serafeena

DonnaMundinger said...

Amazing transformation Love those dancing skellies! xxD

DogsMom said...

Very nicely done. From simple to WOW!

ldfdesign said...

Very cool! Love the way you fixed the candle holder! Love those candles!

Lyneen said...

You may say simple... these are very elegant. Love that skeleton. Beautiful candles for Halloween!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

OMGhoul, I want to shop at your pound store, I love that holder you gothed up and or course your candle is perfect!

maureenjscott said...

Fabulous candles and holder! Great painting to make them look like old stone - awesome! mo x

Steph said...

Fab altered project. I'm loving those dancing skeletons more and more each time I see them.

Carla said...

so neat...Love how you transformed that goblet!

Wendy said...

BD...amazing project today. Love the altered candle stick and your stamped candle! Always impressive work!

Emily Thubbron said...

This might be simple for you, but for me it would be impossible. Your creativity amazes me. Great project.

Ineke said...

Super, it will be a shame to burn the skeleton.

Matney said...

You can never have too many Halloween candles! So happy to see him happy. Wonderful job on the alter.