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It's Great to be Queen

Queen of the Witches!
For today's blog hop with 
EAD DESIGNS
I've concocted yet another Halloween goodie to 
hang in my scrap room :)

First, you should be arriving at my blog from Rose's Happy Place!
Next, please excuse the photo...it was rainy when I took the photo
(so glad for the rain though!) and hard to find adequate natural light.


I used two parts EAD for this little plaque: 
I traced a design (using an album shape from Maya Road) onto chipboard
and then one a little larger for the backing.  I then traced mirror images onto
patterned papers by My Mind's Eye.  And you know me, I had to trim the edges
in baker's twine!  I then layered the two pieces together with foam dots, which
allowed enough room to be able to slide the ends of the pipe cleaner down into.
For the owl, I applied it to a piece of kraft paper and then trimmed out.
Super quick and easy project
Now it's time to head over to Amy Tsurata's Blog!
Thanks for hopping with us!

Comments

  1. This is so adorable!! Love the owl and the sentiment is fab!
    TFS and happy Monday!

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  2. Super fun Halloween decor, Shellye! Wonderful project.

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  3. Wow, this looks fantastic Shellye! You are so clever :)

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  4. ohhhh this plaque is sooo cute!!! LOVE THIS!!!!!

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  5. So cute! Love the tiny owl:)

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

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  6. great sign! I need this for my front door!!!

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