Friday, September 10, 2010

Trick or Treat

Bring on the treats; I'm ready for Halloweem!  I decided to use my grunge flower in a ittle different way.  I am using mine as an emblem to hold the rubbon, or in this case raffia..   I made a party cone (to hold my candy).  Would you believe I had almost every color of tissue paper except fall colors or I used an napkin to act as my tissue paper this time.

I have taken a number of pictures so you can see the flower as well as the cone as a whole  It is decorated with pumpkins,leaf and a little glitter on the stars and  a message which reads "May Your Halloween Be Full of Smiles".

Most of the stamps are by Stampin' Up.  Coloring was down with Copic Markers.  The grunge was distressed before I put it together as a  flower.

I think I will hang this on my front doo Halloweenr and see if hubby will supply candy corn.





13 comments:

  1. HI Vicki, love this!! I am happy that my Grandkids are getting to an age where I can really make them some cool Halloween stuff and this is going to be on my list of things to make! Thanks for sharing with us.

    Patricia
    the PaperTemptress

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  2. Great Halloween project---such fun. Very original grunge flower.

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  3. Hi, Vicki! This is super festive! What a great idea!! Your grunge flowers and raffia look great! :)

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  4. I love cones and yours in particular!!! Such a great idea for a Halloween decoration!! I hope your hubby fills it with goodies and candy corn is my fave!!!

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  5. What a fun and creative idea! Love how you decorated and designed your cone! That is perfect of Halloween goodies or a Thanksgiving table!

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  6. OOOH, I would come by and leave you candy corn, just to see this little gem. Too bad there are so many miles between us.

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  7. Oh, Vicki, this is darling! What a brilliant idea to make a treat cone! The grunge flower is a PERFECT embellishment, and the cute stamping and pretty fall-themed napkin are fabulous! I hope you get a GOB of candy corn for your wonderful Halloween cone! You so deserve it.

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  8. Love this idea, thanks for sharing. The cone is so creative.

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  9. Really cute! I love this time of year when all the Halloween projects start popping up on everyone's blogs <]:))

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