Tuesday 6 September 2011

Spookyville Tales

Welcome back to Spookyville.....
The Twelve Days of Creative Fall

Come along and Read some Spookyville Tales!
Today--It's all about a BOO-TI-FUL Halloween!
Make it Fun, Make it SIMPLE!

Halloween Signs can be made with scraps of wood, newsprint,
  modge podge, and black vinyl lettering.
You may find similar signs at Tai Pan Trading. 
The fun part is coming up with Creative Book Titles.
You can even personalize with Family Names.

All you need is a few supplies:  Black and White Polka Dot Wrapping Paper or paper
of your choice, Wood Scraps, (you can pre-cut at Lowes), jute twine, rick rack,
Halloween Book Titles made from your Computer Printer
More ideas are coming withe these same wood scraps!

I've shown different ways to display your Halloween Books.
You can dress them up with tulle, ribbons and trims!

Halloween Picture Frames from fabric scraps
 from the Spookyville Fabric Panel
(Spookyville Halloween Bags-previous post)

I added black fabric trim with orange rick rack to the border.

Cover your Picture Frame illustration board with wrapping paper or Fabric.
I purchased a medium size roll of black and white wrapping paper from
The Quilted Bear in Midvale, Utah.
(You may be seeing more ideas with this wrapping paper! :)
It is thick paper and works well!
The fun part is deciding where to display your Halloween Art!

I found this "B" Glass Frame at Kirkland Home.
I knew it would become useful for SEASONAL DECOR!

I used the same black and white wrapping paper with Moda Polka Dot Fabric Scraps.
The Dotties from Moda--Love the ORANGE color!
You can easily change the the look with Christmas Red and White Polka Dot paper.

Enjoy a Halloween in Polka Dots!

Come back and visit some more Spokyville Tales!

You can also makeHalloween pillows from the same Spookyville Fabric panel!
I made my pillows reversible, so I can use them for other uses as well.

Sweet Dreams!

My sister, Annette( anniemoorecreations) created and quilted this adorableTable Runner
from the same Spookyville Fabric Panel.
We were talking on the phone about Halloween projects in progress. 
We discovered we were both working on the same
Spookyville Fabric!
(We purchased the Spookyville Fabric Panels on a fun shopping trip this past summer).

Thanks for visiting!
There are six more days of
The Twelve Days Of Creative Fall!
I will see you all tomorrow! :)

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