This post is a combination of the 31 Days of Halloween, Day 28, AND my Design Team Project for the new Ike's World Challenges, starting today.
For Day 28, you should have just left Roni's and are now here at Shoni aka Crafty Inknik's blog. The lovely Jenn is next. The Wicked Blogger list is on your left if you just joined us.
31 Days of Halloween event, is held by Smeared Ink and the Smeared and Smudged Forum. To start from the beginning, see daily winners, and for more info check out Terra's Blog.
Normally I would have tried something with a cat, but wanted to try those not so popular animals. Dippy Duckz were just calling my name. I tried a couple of 'cute' things, but....they all wanted to get dressed up for the big Halloween Pond Party over at Old McDonald's Farm. Who am I to say no to that?
The Downy Deets
Each duck from the Dippy Duckz set was printed out, colored in with ink and Aqua Painter, and fussy cut. Each beak has Crystal Effects on them.
Darla the Ballerina
Hair fluff is the stuffing of an old lovie (stuffed animal).
Rhinestone Jewels for tiara/crown.
Pearl Jewels for eye.
Crumb Cake Tulle (retired, but can get from the Clearance Rack, SU!) for the skirt.
Marker to make laces and bow on shoes.
Drew the Pirate
Washi Tape from Stampin' Up!'s Holiday Catalog Witches Brew set, for bandana.
Eye patch, knife, and swirls on wing all tattoos from stash.
Linen Thread for band of eye patch.
Fibers from stash to make moustache and goatee. I did braid goatee.
Debbie the Dead Brought Back
Fine Tip black Sharpie to make small x's for stitches.
Pearl Jewel for eye colored with black Sharpie.
Daniel the 80's Rocker
Blue hair tips are fibers from stash.
Pearl Jewels for eye.
Black Accents from Ranger used to make collar, bra, and shoes.
Rhinestone Jewels on collar.
Silver Dazzling Details for cups on bra, and makeup on face.
Banner pieces are all designer paper from Cast A Spell (retired).
Black Chevron Ribbon on each banner.
Black ribbon to hold banners is from stash.
Spiders are punched from Basic Black card stock and punch is by Martha Stewart.
Real Red and Rich Razzleberry 1/4" Stitched
Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie 1/8" Taffeta
Silver 1/8" (from Holiday Catalog).
All materials used are Stampin' Up! and are current unless otherwise noted.
OMG!!!! What a RIOT! Love, love, LOVE their creative costumes. Fabulous banner! xxDReplyDelete
This is not traditional but lots of fun.ReplyDelete
And having spent some time around ducks and geese - they can be VERY scary.
What a great post... love the ducks all dressed for Halloween... this is a great take with a nontraditional image and making it into the theme... I LOVE IT!!!!!ReplyDelete
Great dressed-up ducks!!ReplyDelete
LOL Shoni, your banner is so quacking adorable bwahahahahaha!ReplyDelete
LOL, this is awesome. So fun that you used ducks and I love how you dressed them up.ReplyDelete
Love your ducks. Fantastic projectReplyDelete
Love that you used ducks! They really don't get enough attention for their awesomeness. Love how you did each one! Wonderful job!ReplyDelete
What a fun banner Shoni! Love the zombie duck. What a great imagination you have!ReplyDelete
I love your four crazy critters . awesome banner love it.ReplyDelete
Those crazy critters are fantastic. Great banner.ReplyDelete
hehe those are some crazy ducks! how fun!ReplyDelete
Love the ducks!!! they're fab, especially the pirate! mo xReplyDelete
WOW - fabulous colouring on the Dippy Ducks, totally awesome creations :) Hugs Jane your IKEsWORLD DT sister :) xxReplyDelete
AWESOME !!! This is such an inspired creation - who'd have thought that they wanted to dress up for Halloween ?!! hahahaha LoL Such brilliance ... it's very, very funny and so creative. :-DReplyDelete
Thanks Shoni for showing how things can be jazzed up to be whatever you want them to be :-D
Wow!fantastic banner love the colouring of the ducks Ginny xReplyDelete
What a freaking riot! Love what you did with all the Dippy Duckz especially where you added the little tufts of stuffing. So cute. I'm so happy that you understood enough duck so that you could interpret each of their costume choices. Fabulous job!ReplyDelete
Lisa x (fellow IWC teammie)