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halloween extravaganza

That’s right boys and girls!
It’s October 1 and I am ready to see all things scary!

Okay, maybe not scary movies, because those just aren’t my cup of tea.

But I love having fun seeing all the fun creations people make out there
for this spooky time of year.

That’s why I thought it would be fun to do a little bit of this!


So all things Halloween and Fall–with the exception of the latest All Hallows’ Eve kits–are on sale for 30% off all week long. Just look for the sale tags in the store to know what fall item is on sale!

And what I’m most excited about is to see some fabulous Halloween ideas here on the blog!

Let’s check out this canvas that the ever-so creative Miss Nichol has made for her Halloween decor!





[ ShapesThis+That: All Hallows Eve ('broom parking', web, bats, broom, pumpkin, cat, spider, crow, hand) / Subway Art: Halloween ('there is no escaping', 'witches' brew') / This+That: Love (cake stand) / This Is Halloween (skull in glass, cauldron, 'double double toil and trouble', potion bottles) / This+That: Halloween (witch boots, web) / This & That Gratitude (wheat) | This+That: Autumn (pitchfork, leaves) / This+That: School (apple, books) / Exclusive Silhouette Class kit (cash register numbers)

Okay. Seriously??? [halloween] eye candy all over the place!
The hand coming out of the cauldron holding the apple? love.
Absorb the details. Really.


Here’s what Nichol has to say:

I’ve had this canvas sitting around forever and after  completing a couple of Halloween layouts where I created die cut “scenes” [one for our family's Halloween costume album HERE and one for a layout for my True Scrap 4 class, The Art of Layering] I realized that a larger-scale die cut “scene” would make the perfect addition to our Halloween decor! After distressing the canvas background with Tim Holtz stains and stamps and Studio Calico mists, I was ready to add my die cuts. Because this was such a detailed project with so many pieces, it did take a bit longer to put it all together but the result was well worth the effort and we have a fun new decor item for the spookiest time of the year!”

And just so you know, that canvas is 12″ x 24″. :)

Pretty awesome. Yeah. Can’t wait to share more Halloween goodness this week.

Cindy - October 1, 2012 - 5:25 pm

Wow! Ms. Nichol has done it again! I’m always amazed at what she comes up with and this doesn’t disappoint. I bet that 24×24 canvas looks awesome up close and personal!!

cindy - October 1, 2012 - 5:27 pm

sorry, can’t seem to type after 5 pm – meant to say “12 x 24 canvas”.

Sue FitzGerald - October 1, 2012 - 9:28 pm

Amazing… I think our family should relocate to America for the month of October each year. Halloween and Thanksgiving look like so much fun.

Cindy Sowell - October 2, 2012 - 6:57 am

AMAZING! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!

Pam - October 3, 2012 - 12:50 am

Nichol ROCKS! No doubt about it. This is a stunning piece of art. She’s amazing.

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