I was invited to join in another blog hop and this one is SUPER COOL. A small group of fantastic creators with some unique projects. It is called THE POISONED APPLE EXHIBIT. We even have a fabulous prize package you can win!
I decided to do a wall hanging for my project - well it turned out that way. I started off creating a Zombie Moose and then needed to decide how to display it. A wall hanging is what I came up with. I started out with a wooden moose I picked up at the Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival last year - the first step was to paint it black.
Then I added some skulls with texture paste.
After that, the next step was obviously to add some fake blood.
Once I had the basics of the moose, I realized I needed a way to display him. So I found a wall hanging I had in my stash. The first step with it was to add paper. I found the perfect paper to use - which I had gotten from one of my swap partners.
The wall hanging came with wire to hold it together, but I wanted to do something different. I found some popsicle sticks to use to hold it together (to kinda give it that fence look). My fabulous hubby told me the best way to attach them was wood glue - which meant leaving them overnight with some weight on them.
It worked perfectly!!
The last steps were to add some more colour to the moose (I used Finnabair wax in a green/gold to bring out the textured skulls on the moose), as well as some other ephemera to finish it off. Here are some close up photos, as well as a picture of the full project.
As I said at the beginning, we have a wonderful digital prize package up for grabs, courtesy of Gecko Galz (https://www.etsy.com/shop/geckogalz)! You'll receive: Face To Face Jewel It Collage Set, Steam Punk Collage Set, Picture Perfect ATC Set, Clockwork Christmas ATC Set, and Spellbound Digital Stamp Set (which has 25 images!).
To have a chance of winning, leave a comment on this post, along with your email address or social media contact (IG, FB, etc) from now through Monday, 2 Nov. One lucky winner will be picked randomly from all comments left from all of the artist's participating! The winner will be contacted via email or social media so it's important you leave your address/social media contact info! Good luck and enjoy the hop!
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I hope you enjoyed all the great projects by these awesome artists. And again, don't forget to comment for your chance to win!!! Till next time, stay safe and stay crafty my peeps!!
What a fun creation!ReplyDelete
Very beautifully done. Ekta jain from India. My email id is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Es muy original ese reno, terrorífico! Gracias Eva Spain.ReplyDelete
wow a zombie moose ! I love the voodoo doll tooReplyDelete
It's nice and simple rather ,liked everythingReplyDelete
Name Isha Tomar from india
That is so fun and different! ☠️🦇ReplyDelete
WOW this is beautiful. Loved the reindeer Sushma from India. email@example.comReplyDelete
That is one scary moose.. Nicola Ferrao IndiaReplyDelete
Such a cool idea to use the moose. A hauntingly fun project!ReplyDelete
Monica you do such fun unique projects. I always love to see the you come up with and also to swap with you in some of the fun swaps we had been partnered up in. I love this one. Poison Apple to the end. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Wow! Love this! My Instagram is mixmediarteReplyDelete
Very unique & creative! KatheD@gmail.comReplyDelete
Gorgeous project!!!! details are awesome!!!!best wishes from Vtk Rani from IndiaReplyDelete
Very creative. Loved it. Nadia from India. email@example.comReplyDelete
Awesome . Very different So creative. Loved it. Nidhi singhal from IndiaReplyDelete
Ohh very creepy moose with all spookiness...ReplyDelete
Just love your spooky creation, especially the halloween Moose.. genius idea! Hugs,Zowie x firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Exquisite project, thanks for sharing. Hugs from Venezuela, I'm Denys Zerpa and on IG @ denys111. My email email@example.comReplyDelete
Very unique projectReplyDelete
Kanchan Shah from india
The moose stole my heart. I'm loving the texture and dripping blood. A fabulous and festive creation! - Angel BReplyDelete
So cool and unique project!ReplyDelete