Monday, September 26, 2011

Black Widow Frame

It's time for another Paper Playtime Challenge!! YEAA! :) The new challenge is
I have this scary frame to share.  If you visited the blog hop yesterday, you may have seen another vinyl and frame project... here is my Halloween version! This distressed black frame ($5 from Craft Warehouse) measures 7" x 20". It comes with a sheet of glass like a picture frame does, but it doesn't have a backer, it makes it a terrific piece for a home decor project like this.

These spiders are cut from black matte vinyl. They are from "Wild Card" cut at 8 1/4" for the center spider and 3 3/4" for the two small spiders.

The red black widows mark is from "Simply Charmed", I cut it out in red vinyl and then added some Studio G rhinestone for the spider's eyes. Instead of using the super expensive vinyl transfer tape that Provo Craft sells, I use a super cheep alternative: clear shelf paper.  I bought a whole roll for $2 at Big Lots.

The Spider Webs are from "Mini Monsters," cut at 6 1/2" tall. I cut two but cut off the spider that hangs from the web. Again, I used clear shelf paper as a transfer sheet (I even reused the same piece).


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7 comments:

Dixie said...

Love your spooky Halloween frame. So creative and such wonderful cuts you used. Love the spider's eyes!

Creations by Shirl said...

I just took a peek and had to leave... I don't like those creatures..... no offense!
I'll wait until your next card comes in...

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super fun and creepy!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

Mahmood Ali said...

Your posted card is looking so beautiful i like it...
Plastic card printing
plastic Cards

Scrappy Moms Stamps said...

Super cute! I love how it's just clear glass and the wall shows thru it. Thank you for joining us at Scrappy Moms Stamps! :)

Mel

* Shaz * said...

A fabulous card, thankyou for joining us at Alphabet Challenges this time i hope you will join us again soon x

rudlis said...

What a beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at Alphabet challenge this time, hope to see you again!