28 September 2013

A none spooky Halloween hanger.

It's almost the season for getting the grunge on, mixing everything with a touch of black and generally having as much fun as you did when you were a kid. 
I though I'd get ahead and start out early with my Halloweeny style projects and made this little wall hanging.

I started with a 3 x 6 chipboard sheet by Tando Creative  and cut it into a banner shape.

The little triangle I cut off the bottom I also covered with paper and distressed to form a roof shape. I punched holes through the chipboard to hang them together.

I had some old metal corners and a keyhole which I've had for ever and gave them a coat of black gesso so they would fit in with my grungy theme.

Putting it together I've used other Glitz papers to die cut the rosette and the paper on the banner at the bottom is the reverse pattern from the stripe paper. 

I finished off with some wire to fix the two parts together and create a hanging, an old bit of black lace, die cut letters and an old tape measure. 

Have a good weekend. 

Jaine x


Michelle said...

That's a fun and fabulous little piece of decor you created. Looks great!

Anonymous said...

That's gorgeous!