Friday, September 30, 2016

Wicked Mansion

Hi there crafters, 

Today I'm playing with Cottage Platform and Side Gates again - I have already used them for an outdoor scene and for a terrace, but as they resemble wall paneling so much why not try them for an indoor scene as well?

So here is what I came up with: a Halloween card with handmade enameled pumpkins for embellishments:





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7 comments:

  1. I am SPEECHLESS! WOW! In a good way, of course!

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  2. What a great scene love the bats in the trees.
    Ann x

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  3. Olga, you are amazing! Love this fabulous Halloween scene and your video!!

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  4. OOh love this and so many more dies and things for my wish list this is super stunning especially in all black and white absolutely fab thanks for another brilliant video too.

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  5. This is so very cool. I love the brick wall in the fireplace and that spider dangling down. Great use of gate die for a fireplace grate. All of the dies work so well together. Another stunning card and very catchy black and white. Great job. I wish I had your vision to create these great scenes.

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  6. Another knock-out Olga! You use so many fabulous techniques in each project, that if you did not have a wonderful video with each, I'd spend my nights awake trying to figure out how you do all those wonderful things. I've seen the "striping" before with icing, but not using liquid enamel. I will be trying this technique for Christmas this year. It would make fantastic ornaments. Thank yo so much. You really are one of my go-to muses.

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  7. Another knock-out Olga! You use so many fabulous techniques in each project, that if you did not have a wonderful video with each, I'd spend my nights awake trying to figure out how you do all those wonderful things. I've seen the "striping" before with icing, but not using liquid enamel. I will be trying this technique for Christmas this year. It would make fantastic ornaments. Thank yo so much. You really are one of my go-to muses.

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