Alluring Ideas with An Eerie Tale
It's almost fall here in the Northern Hemisphere, which means we are getting crafty for this fun and magical season. Today, we have the most gorgeous autumn projects by Miranda Edney and Jane Tregenza. An Eerie Tale can be used for Halloween, but also just makes brilliant and richly colored projects as Jane shows us below. Let's get ready for autumn here on the blog today!
First, we have this genius altered typewriter by the amzing Miranda. So many glorious details on this beautiful project!
"As soon as I saw this mini typewriter I knew I had to alter it using an Eerie Tale. It wasn't easy the surfaces were very uneven so I had to sand the ceramic down. But it was well worth the time. I adore it and I hope you all like it too :) I truly believe anything can be altered , so I keep my eyes peeled at all times. Hugs." ~Miranda
An Eerie Tale-Enchantment
An Eerie Tale-Fanciful Fable
An Eerie Tale-Magic Spell
An Eerie Tale-Wicked Whimsy
An Eerie Tale- you Bewitch Me
Graphic 45 Staples
Ornate Metal Label Holder
Antique Metal Keys
Ornate Metal Brads
An Eerie Tale Chipboards
Tim Holtz Metal Feet
Chipboard Leaves Gina's Design
Blue Fern Studios Clock
Mini Typewriter Piggy Bank
"I have another layout for a female using 'An Eerie Tale.' It’s not a Halloween layout rather a lovely girl.
When I first saw 'An Eerie Tale' collection, I fell in love with 'Run and Hide'. It is the eclectic feel to the paper with all the ragged images. I just knew I wanted to use it on a layout. So I started with 'An Eerie Tale' as my foundation, I removed the middle square from it and put it to one side. On top of it I added a black cardstock matt. On that I layered my piece of 'Run and Hide'. I cut a strip from the back of 'Enchantment' and put it on my layout near the bottom. I matted another piece of 'Enchantment' with black cardstock along with the middle of my 'An Eerie Tale' and added the two piece to my page. I matted my photo onto a postcard from 'Fanciful Fable' and attached it my layout with brads. I also cut a girl image from another square, a beware tag and a group of flowers as well. I added them with foam tape. I used the tag to hold my title and Kate’s name. The only thing left was to ink a couple of chipboard thorn flourishes from Imaginarium Designs with black ink. I chose some metal charm branches and twigs to my layout over the chipboard flourishes and used a needle and thread to attach them. A couple of metal embellishments/charms, filigree corners, bling brad and tiny green bling all help to finish the layout." ~Jane
An Eerie tale
Run and hide
Imaginarium designs – Chipboard Thorn Flourish and Title
Black Photo Corners
Ribbons and Brads
Metal Charms, branches corners from Seriously Scrapbooking
Colour Box Dark Brown ink.
Has this put you in the mood for fall? It worked for us! Thanks for joining us, and thanks to Miranda and Jane for sharing their beautiful projects with us.
Dreamng of Autumn,
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