Thursday, 11 October 2012

day 11 of 31 Days of Hallowe'en

Again another scheduled post. This working lark really gets in the way. Oh well, have to have something to keep the wolf at the gatepost and not pawing at the front door.
I have another altered CD for you here.
This time, only one side is stamped the other is from a Jems Designs CD.
Several images meshed together to form the picture.
The lace threaded through after finishing the other side ...
As your can probably guess - a bit of masking went to make this. Using different inks and stamps from Andy Skinner, one I have in my stash of unknown origin and DeStempelwinkel. Who just happen to be one of the sponsors of this fabulous event organised by the Smeared and Smudged forum. The rules are still here in the forum and on Terra's blog.
There is ribbon to hang with and the chain has a matching pair of charms hanging from it.

The blog list is still on my right hand side bar and if you're following down the list you will have arrived from the awesome blog of Valerie and will now be heading of to the equally fabulous Sharon.
Thanks once again for visiting and leaving such kind comments.
See you tomorrow

14 comments:

  1. OMG - I'm just gonna' die... this is so AWESOME. !! Words fail me xxxxxxxxx

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  2. What a gothic, great project! The lace fits perfect, lovely! xx

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  3. Oh how FABLOUS Helen! I just love the red lacing lace! Love all your stamping and masking too! This is wonderful, awesome charm!
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  4. WOW!! Imagine...sweet piece..want it!! Jean

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  5. Awesome project and I can't wait to borrow it. I have so many CD's to use and now I see a good way to use them. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

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  6. rich ,luscious..and gorgeous beyond words. I love you art. wow!
    awesome as always Helen.
    hugs,
    susan s.

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  7. Wow awesome love it fantastic work
    Hugs xxx

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  8. Your masked scene is very special as is the lace threaded around the edges. Wow, if it were one of those mini CDs I see every now and then, I would definitely wear it!!

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  9. beautiful Helen love the cd hangers you make

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  10. Gorgeous Helen, both front and back. love the stamps and the charm is awesome. xxD

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  11. Gorgeous wall hanging, Helen! You are fabulous when it comes to masking. Fabulous scene you have created :)

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  12. You make a former goth girl truly happy! love it! the black cat and charm are sweet embellishments!

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  13. Terrific project, what fabulous images!

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