September 19, 2012

Artistic Outpost - September Releases

I'm excited to share with you two of the projects I created using the new Gothic 31 collection being released at Artistic Outpost today! 

Wanting to make a few centerpieces for Halloween,  I created my projects using the Witches Shoe and Apothecary SVG files from the Toil and Trouble Kit from SVG Cuts, along with images from the Artistic Outpost Gothic 31 collection and papers from the Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor Collection.


Stamps - Artistic Outpost Gothic 31, templates from SVG Cuts

All files were cut from Black card stock using the Silhouette Cameo.  On both the Jar and Shoe, I White embossed the images before assembling the projects.  Once assembled, I sponged on Malted Milk Paint.  For the Shoe, I added the buckle using Echo Park paper, and embellished with a Double Bow using Vintage Black Seam Binding.  To embellish the Jar, I used the files that came with the kit, cutting them from the Echo Park pattern paper.  I embossed the label with a Script Embossing Folder and highlighted it to add texture, then added a Black Vintage Seam Binding, and Orange and Black Checked Ribbon that was tied into a Double Bow.  The stamped image on the Poison Tag is from the Artistic Outpost Halloween Treats plate.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Gothic Halloween, Halloween Treats
Ink - Versamark
Card Stock - Black, Orange
Other - Malted Milk Paint, Silhouette Cameo, Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor pattern paper, Vintage Seam Binding, Orange/Black Checked Ribbon, Glue Dots, SVG Cuts - Toil and Trouble Kit, Heat Gun, White Embossing Powder, Cello Bag, Brad, Black Twine

Challenges Entered - Stampotique Designers Challenge - Party Favors, Simon Says Emboss It

The other plate being released today at Artistic Outpost is the Picture Star collection, which features two adorable tikes, and a ballerina and a little boy who are both ready for their close up.  I'll be posting samples using that collection later this week!

Be sure to stop by and see what the other Design Team Members created with these new plates:


Thanks for stopping by!
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16 comments :

Suzanne C said...

Those are awesome! Love that creepy witches shoe filled with candy! The poison jar is so beautifully spooky! The top is really lovely with the lace around the edges!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous Lisa, love how you have white embossed then added a little paint over the top. The images really pop. Tracy x

Netty said...

wow these are fab Lisa, x

Gerrie Johnnic said...

....and the old witch with the hairy mole on her nose says...."so does the shoe fit?" lolpimp-sorry, couldn't help myself! lol Great projects, so fun and oh so much work!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

What a creative way to use these stamps, Lisa! I especially like how you made the containers in black and then sponged over with the white paint. The images look fab in white too. Really cool centerpiece design!

france papillon said...

those are gorgeous: love the popping touches of color!
thanks for playing with us at Stampotique Designer challenge :)

france xx

butterfly said...

Fab trick or treat projects - love the white embossed lid!
Alison x

AssiCrafts said...

Awesome! Love both, but the shoe is amazing! Thanks for joining us at Stampotique this week. XOXO

Karin said...

beautiful creations, love the shoe!!

Reflective Art Studio said...

WOw WOW wow....
These are wonderful, truly splendid. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique this week. Hope to see you again soon.
Sarinda

Linda Carson said...

Pass the poison! Awesome spooky decorations! You're good...!

dutchstamptramp said...

WOW this is absolutely awesome and spooky Lisa!

R.Maria Sabina(Lollyrot) said...

STUUUUUNNNING!!! Thanks for sharing your creation at SDC

Samantha Read said...

Wow Lisa, these are wonderful!
Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique this week.

Debbie K. said...

Love these cute Halloween projects, Lisa! You are sooo creative.
- DebbieK

Gez said...

Oooooh gorgeous creations Lisa, I am hungry now! Hope you are well. Best wishes & thanks for playing along. Gez xx

 
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