a window box book!

hello everyone!! today I am here to share with you a fun little project I created for the Emerald Creek Dares (http://blog NULL.emeraldcreek NULL.ca/)challenge!

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i started by cutting out one of Eileen Hulls’ window box dies in black and then just the window portion in white.  i then used some kraft core paper which i ran through my vagabond using this brick die to which i added direct to paper some distress inks. for the white I used Emerald Creeks cardstock (http://www NULL.emeraldcreek NULL.ca/product-p/card%20stock NULL.htm).. a very nice smooth finish on this which is perfect for my window frame EH Window box

as you can see i cut out some of the ‘bricks’ and painted those areas using shabby shutters crackle paint. I was loving how it was turning out!

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I then started working on my book and because I had  used Eileen’s 3D die , i was able to make my window into a box to hold my scary book!!

EH mini bookthis mini was so easy to whip together using Eileen’s passport book (http://www NULL.sizzix NULL.com/product/660331/sizzix-scoreboards-xl-die-book-passport)die  and the 6×6 paperstash from Tim Holtz. it is all ready to add some photos of little (or big) ghouls!

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my window box is filled with tim’s fall foliage leaves and do you see what is planted in there amongst them!! I LOVE the skulls (http://www NULL.emeraldcreek NULL.ca/Skull-Charm-p/ch-skulls NULL.htm)from Emerald Creek!! they were a last minute add to my order and i am so glad I did…. kind of spooky plants no!! LOL

speaking of spooky!! isn’t the effect cool. I simply added some embossing ink and burnt copper leaves embossing powder (http://www NULL.emeraldcreek NULL.ca/Burnt-Copper-Leaves-Embossing-Powder-p/ehse-0008 NULL.htm)… I am in love with this stuff…seriously!!

and here you have it my spooky window box!

Eileen Hull window box 3D dies

go easy on me!! I am NOT a Halloween type girl so this was very challenging but I have to admit SO MUCH FUN!!

thanks for visiting me today. please be sure to visit my fellow design team members:

Julia – Paradise Lost (http://paradiselostyyc NULL.blogspot NULL.com/)

Nicole Wright Designs (http://canadiannickelscrapn NULL.blogspot NULL.ca/)

Cathy Potosky – Amethyst Dragon’s Alcove (http://amethystalcove NULL.blogspot NULL.ca/)

Karon Hughes – Karon’s Krafty Korner (http://karonskraftykorner NULL.blogspot NULL.ca/)

don’t forget to play along for your chance to win some goodies from Emerald Creek. 12038432_947319428638236_565102729181993996_nand speaking of goodies I am entering this into the following challenge!!

Simon Says – the monster mash Challenge (http://www NULL.simonsaysstampblog NULL.com/mondaychallenge/?p=3278)

diana

10 thoughts on “a window box book!”

  1. You are too too too clever! LOVE the window with the book! Awesome alteration! LOVE the bricks and the whole spooky feel! Cool design!!!

  2. WOW – fabulous creation – love how you used those skulls! Have a great weekend!

  3. This is jaw-dropping amazing! So many cool details that I don’t even know where to start! The brick work with the added crackle paint is such a cool effect and I love, love, LOVE the burnt copper leaves embossing powder on ‘Spooky’.

  4. I totally love this! See…look how good you are at Halloween!

  5. I cannot believe you are NOT the Halloween type!!! Your work and your photography say you ARE! This box is incredibly spooky with that eye peering through the window! and I think I am in love with those skulls and the Burnt Copper Leaves embossing powder, too! They are on my wish list, thanks to you! This is an amazing work of art, and your crackle is spectacular!

  6. This is such a cool piece! Love the layers you have created, and how old it looks with the wonderful crackling! Thanks for joining us this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge.

  7. This is very cool. Love those skulls and the embossing powders are wonderful. Hugz

  8. That green crackle paint is perfectly creepy & inspiring! *shudders*

  9. Love this project! The eye peeking out of the window box is super creepy. Great job!

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