Saturday, October 15, 2011

day 15!!!!!

hello and welcome to the 14th day! now is the time i start to freak out that i'm not going to finish everything that i want to show and/or not have enough stuff to show. here's one project that i didn't think would finish. i bought this wooden house frame at a garage sale for a $1. i painted it thick and added different papers on the inside. the inspiration of this house came from all the wonderful altered houses and boxes i've seen on this hop!



the pumpkins, skull, hand, bone, key, and face are all from ploymer clay. the skull, hand and bones are from a candy mold and the pumpkins i made on my own! (super proud of this btw). the pictures are cut of a patterned paper. the little spiders are from a pack of 50 for like $1


the pumpkin stamp i embossed to give it a more wicked feeling and it came from unity stamp co. the eye domino was an early project. sadly no one got the movie answer from yesterday (or at least when i wrote this they haven't) so i'm going to give you a word from the movie "inconceivable". you can leave your answer in today's comments or fridays comments. now get to hopping! enjoy! lisa

16 comments:

ike said...

Fabulous shadow box ..... it's amazing. Love that corner too. :-)
Regarding the Film.... not sure if your clue is your project or the write up about all the things you have to do and killing your husband etc.??!! LoL
If it's the card ... Hmmm - maybe 'The Skulls' by Rob Cohen ???

MaRyKaY said...

wow awesome shadow box. lots of places for the eyes to go. what a great job you did on this

Christy said...

This is absolutely AMAZING!!!!! I love all the detail you put into this! :)

Smiles!
Christy

DonnaMundinger said...

Such a cool house! Fab work with the clay and I'm wracking my brain for the movie. Still don't have it. Bummer! xxD

monique said...

so cool, great job,

Susan said...

This house is SUPERB!!! Lovely job and the pumpkins are perfect!

The movie has to be
"The Princess Bride" with that 2nd hint...but I do NOT get the connection to you project from yesterday, sorry.
Susan

Jane said...

Love your shadow box it looks fantastic
Luv Jane xxx

Sharon Sahl said...

I really like your box and your tiny clay creations. I'd forgotten what a lot of fun the clay can be! The movie has to be "The Princess Bride." When I get caught up I'll go look at your post again. I'm in panic mode tonight with comments barely started and tomorrow's project still in progress.

Steph said...

Your shadow box is amazing! Your domino fits in perfectly and your pumpkins, wow! The quote yesterday sounded familiar, but I've still got no clue.

~Lady B~ said...

So fabulous! I want it!!!

Scrap Vamp said...

Beautiful shadowbox! love the pumpkin flourish!

Kristina said...

Lisa, well with that hint it is most def "The Princess Bride", it my mom's fav move I have seen tons of times I even thought about the 6 finger man. LOL, good one! Love it!
Your Shadow-box so rocks, You have done a terrific job on this ! I understand ya, I have one that I'v been wanting to do up just not enough time in the day ungh?
Peace,
KristyLee

Sara a.k.a. Eternal Princess Ryan said...

Lisa... This is one awesome project!!! I love everything about it and I think it would make an awesome present!!!! *hint*hint* LOL!

movie... The Princess Bride

bonniebluedenim said...

very cool and creepy shadow box, perfect for the season!love all the elements!

Alex said...

this is AMAZING!~ I really think you should send it to my house to live ;). OR, even better, we should get together and make one for me with you teaching me how!

I Don't Do Straignt said...

WOW! I Love this!