Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Deliciously Dark

Delicious Doodles have branched out and are now hosting challenges for those of you that favour the DARK. It's no secret that Teri loves drawing her dark images and has now decided that it's time to have a challenge specifically for them. ........... SO NO CUTE allowed at
I am honoured to be amid a team of immensely talented crafters asked to join the team and our first challenge has gone live today. You have nearly a month to get those deliciously dark projects made and linked up at the challenge linky. For more deets - you'll just have to go look for yourselves.
I have made a couple of hanging ornaments suitable for either Hallowe'en or Creepmas using a blank wire snowflake frame.
First up is the image "Skully Pendant"
The image printed 12 times (6 mirror images) Coloured and fussy cut out. Seed beads form the vertebra, then the images stuck front and back. More beads and finished off with a black ribbon bow.
My second one features that gorgeous Raven Skull Pendant image.
Same principle - 12 images stuck either side of the wires then dipped in UTEE. Beads and ribbon to complete.

Now go look again at all the eye candy the rest of the guys came up with, get your thinking caps on and come join us so we can ooooo and arhhhh at yours.

I'd like to enter my onaments into the challenges at
Left of Centre - Anything Goes
A Step in the Dark - Anything Goes
Punkyou Girl - Anything Goes
Anything but a Card - Repeating Motifs

14 comments:

  1. OOOH Helen! These beyond gorgeous and sooo creative! love, love, LOVE! xxD

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  2. Helen,
    I so really love these, I wished that you had signed up for my Halloween Ornament swap. Oh well I guess I will just wallow in my sorrow. But I really love your ornaments, Your amazing!
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  3. Always love to have your awesome creations on Punk You Girl thanks so much for joining in xx

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  4. Love these, especially the one with skulls. That is a fabulous image that I clearly need to get my hands on. Thanks for joining in at Anything But A Card this time.

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  5. I love these ornaments hon, fab work!! I have to say skully is my fave, but they are both awesome xx

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  6. Great idea - so beautiful - I'd keep these on display all year round! Thanks for sharing with us at LOC, A Step in the Dark and PunkyouGirl (3 birds, 1 stone lol!)

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  7. Wow, what awesome ornaments! Thanks for sharing with us at PYG this month.

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  8. Hi, A gorgeous project, Thank you for joining A Step In The Dark this fortnight. Good luck and we hope to see you again soon.
    Hugs Erin DT & Co Owner x

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  9. Oh Helen, these are fabulous decorations - make me want to have a tree for Halloween and have these hanging off it! They are awesome!
    I come visiting with three hats on - Many thanks for joining our Anything Goes Dark Themed challenge at LOC! Thanks also for joining our Anything Goes challenges at PunkyouGirl and A Step in the Dark too. Mo xxx

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  10. Those are great decorations, Helen!! I'm doing Fiona's blog hop and just sharing my fondness of your blog!!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs
    Darcy

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  11. Fab decorations. I have a great niece who would absolutely love these! Thank you for sharing how you did them and thank you for playing at Anything But A Card. Cheers, Di

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  12. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Anything But a Card Challenges. I love your unique twist on the Repeating Motifs challenge and created these fabulous pendants. Can you please do us the favour of linking back to the actual challenge page so that your readers can find the challenge you participated in...
    http://anythingbutacard.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-tisket-tangle-how-about-repeating.html

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