Hmmmm, well this post is going to be a bit of grab-bag because what I planned to blog about, my latest Halloween decoration idea ended up straddling the wrong side of that line between:
“how charming, rustic and vintage!”
“something went wrong didn’t it?”
(and also, in all honesty, it involved image transfer and the other possible phrase that might be uttered upon seeing it would be: “isn’t’ that upside down?”)
So, it’s back to the drawing board but I have hope!!!
In the meantime, my latest Mod Podge Rocks project is up and ready for review.
I’ve continued to play around with my scrap-wood candle holders (although I’m going to run out of scrap wood in a second which will change the playing field).
This one was fun to put together and kind of embarrassingly easy.
You could go with Christmas paper, it could match wedding colors and be used on a reception table. It could be made larger, or longer or taller – really the scrap wood sky is the limit!
If you’re intrigued please head on over to Mod Podge Rocks for all the details on the project.
I do have some Halloween stuff to share as I managed to get a few, new Halloween themed items on Etsy.
At the first of my two recent Halloween shows folks really liked the Horror Novel Wine Charms but a few of them wanted those images as coasters.
So, after a bit of struggle (I wanted to add a Sleepy Hollow graphic and it took forever to design) I put together a set that I’m happy with.
And finally you may remember my Halloween Subway Sign from years back. I’ve done a minor update incorporating some of the ideas suggested by customers
And, also, while playing around came up with a variation (I may have been drinking at the time) on the layout that folks seemed to like.
OK, it’s back to work on my failed project and a couple of Plaid Ambassador crafts that I’ve been itching to get to. Happy (early) Halloween to all!