Tuesday, October 1, 2013

31 Days of Halloween - Day 1 Info & Post

WOOOHOOOO!!
It's finally here Day 1 of 31 Days of insane Halloween craziness.
I am ready.  That's what I keep telling myself anyway!

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Here is how October posts will go...
-Each day the post title will be 31 DOH - Day #
-If I have another challenge I am combining with that days post the challenge will be listed after.
-I will have a picture for that day's project FIRST, so it will be the first thing you feast your eyes on.  It is after all some early Halloween candy! 
-I will give my deets as usual and describe what I did to make the project.
-I will also be giving out prizes along the way, so keep your eyes open for more opportunities to win!
-The materials used to make my projects are from Stampin' Up!, both current and retired.  I will note or have links to other materials and stamps (rubber and digital) used.

REMEMBER to...
Visit other Wicked Bloggers daily posts, listed on the left side, to win daily scavenger hunt prizes.
Please see Terra's Blog for more information on how to win the daily prizes and some even bigger ones! She is also the first Wicked Blogger on the list.

and HAVE SOME WICKED FUN!!!

On to Day 1's post.
I will start off with a fun Halloween candle.


Waxy Deets
Images were inked with Black Staze On and stamped onto white tissue paper.
Tissue Paper should measure height and length of candle.
Markers were used to color in areas and to add eyes in windows.
Place finished tissue paper on candle.  Use heat gun to adhere tissue paper to melted wax.  Adhere tissue paper all around candle.
Stamps from set called House of Haunts, Stampin' Up! (retired).
Candle was purchased from Walmart, vanilla scented.


CIP - Crafty Inknik Prize!!
Want to win this awesome candle??
Leave a comment every day for 5 days about that day's post AND your favorite Halloween movie.  Yup, that is 5 different movies!  Your name will be entered into a drawing for this candle.
I will have a separate blog post on the 6th of October announcing the winner.

Have a great day and see you tomorrow...

 


22 comments:

  1. Scary candle you have made, looks great! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  2. Great candle!!! Love it!

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    1. I did fussy cut the images on my project today! Thanks for the comments!

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  3. Another craft I've been dying to try. Love this Shoni and one of my fave Halloween movies is Practical Magic. (Sort of Halloween, at the end, anyway) xxD

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    1. Margarita and making potions is my kind of night!

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  4. Fabulous candle!!!
    I LOVE "The Night of the Living Dead"~ They're comiing to get you Barbara....BWAHAHA

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  5. What a fabulous candle! Would love to win it! My first fav Halloween movie would 'Halloween'! Mo x

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  6. Love love love these!! I have the perfect grooling black candlesticks for a pair like these!!!

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  7. WOW!!!! LOVE the stamps you used... what a great candle!!!!

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  8. Awesome! It looks like you painted it on!

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  9. What a great candle Matney. Love the stamped images and how neat they look wrapped around the candle!

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  10. Happy Day 1 of the SI blog hop! I adore your spooky candle, great first day project! See ya tomorrow!

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  11. Great candle. Film - Revenge of the Wererabbit

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  12. I love this candle. It's great! It definitely looks painted on.

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  13. Yo, your candle so Rocks!

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  14. Love this candle..what a great way to showcase a fave stamp! Some lucky winner will treasure it!

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  15. Your candle is so pretty - love the haunted house and what a great technique!

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  16. FUN project. I'd keep it out year round.
    Thanks for this chance at prizes.

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  17. Fab project! Those stamp images are the perfect size for this candle.

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  18. oh man I love altered candles! this is so awesome! what a great project for day 1!

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  19. hey, that's a nice image and a perfect transfer to the candle - lovely idea! I didn't realize one can use markers on candles - thanks a lot!
    hugs, serafeena

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