for "T Tuesday" at Altered Book Lover.
My tall ceramic mug holds the mocha coffee that I love.
Continuing the Halloween theme for October...
that you can purchase from the discount or craft store.
I painted them with acrylics, using vintage-
inspired Halloween designs. These boxes
come out every year!
my daughter-in-law's mom. It was a cute fall
decoration from her shower.
The white art journal was created from an old book
purchased at the Salvation Army. The book block
was removed and pages with a variety of papers
were bound in. I learned to do this in Mary Ann Moss'
Full Tilt Boogie on-line class. I enjoyed the class
very much, and love how this journal turned out!
(I believe Mary Ann is having a sale on her classes
right now. Visit Dispatch From LA for info)
I really like the gold and white cover.
The book was 'Sacraments of the Church.'
I added the black felt, beading, and
an antique button on the cover.
Still working inside the journal...
'Fraidy Cats Welcome' - below -
for a Haunted House swap in 2011...
old twisted trees are a favorite thing to draw!
Pumpkin head doll -- below --
made from cardboard recycled from
cereal boxes and painted with
acrylic paints. This guy could be
decorated in a lot of ways. His
'brother' wears a ghost costume,
but he was unable to appear here today.
--Out haunting I believe!
background of gessoed newsprint, stamped
curlicues, various Halloween images that
I drew and painted are collaged onto
the background. Charcoal darkens the
outside edges. The old quote reads:
"From ghoulies and ghosties
and long leggity beasties
and other things that go
bump in the night,
good Lord deliver us."
May you be delivered from any
hauntings of the scary variety, and
be blessed with a colorful, cozy Fall!