Tuesday, October 1, 2013

31 Days of Halloween 2013: Day 1

Finally... 31 Days of Halloween are here!!!
I'm one of the Wicked Bloggers and you can find the complete Blog Hop Roll on the side bar.
The challenge for the Wicked Blogger is to post a new project each day in October following the theme of Halloween or Day of the Dead.
You can win prizes by leaving comments on each blog in the hop and there are some surprises so keep your eyes open for the scavenger hunt. 
See all the info here.
You better be ready, cause this hop is going to be one filled with fun, scary and wicked creations.
Here is my offering for today:

I used Voodoo rubber stamp featuring images from Rick St. Dennis, you can find this set here.
Stamped the image with Archival ink on shrink film and colored it with sharpies and Spectrum Noir. Heated it and the image came to life, it turned into a pendant for this very cute necklace.
I have some news, I will giveaway some of the projects that I design for this event, staring with this necklace. Just leave a comment and I'll choose a winner on October 31st.
Now hop over to Steph's blog, she has something special for you.
Thanks!
Love,
Julia


28 comments:

Ellis said...

Stunning necklace you have made, I really need to try shrink film soon! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Kelli said...

LOVE the necklace!!! It's great!

DonnaMundinger said...

OMG, I LOVE it! FAbulous necklace. I'd wear it with pride. xxD

silvia said...

Fabulous necklace!! LOVE the Voo Doo image!!!

Rick St. Dennis said...

You are so clever-it looks great and you rock!!!! Have a great hop
Rick

Vicky F. AKA Crafting Vicky said...

I've never used skrink plastic... Just found some of the stuff. You have inspired me to try this out. It turned out so fun!

Matney said...

Love that the eye on his necklace matches the one on the blanket. Always watching! hahaaa, I did not know that a fashion rule was that your fingernails needed to match your hat! Hum, learn a new thing everyday. Love it and so nice of you to offer this awesome necklace.

Melodee Isaacs said...

Love your masterpiece!!!

Frea Konings said...

Wow, very original, love the way the digistamp comes out on that shrinky stuff. Hugs Frea

Frea Konings said...

On the off chance of commenting twice, I think I will just do that, because I think something went wrong the first time. Love your project, I think the image really comes to life (no pun intended LOL). Will have to try that shrinky stuff out myself. Hugs Frea

Ally White Cat said...

awesome art Julia..but you know I am one of your fans :)..love the labor of love here
susan s

Lyneen said...

OH MY GOSH... how cool is this necklace... LOVE IT!!!!

Jessica Baldwin said...

Beautiful necklace!!! This is one of my top 10 favorite stamps.

craftings said...

Wonderful and scary too!!

Wendy said...

OMG great pendant Julia. Love how you colored the RSD stamp.

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Fabulous necklace Julia, great use of RSD featured stamp from the Smeared Ink Rubber Club! Happy Day 1, see ya tomorrow!

ionabunny said...

Gorgeous.

ionabunny said...

Gorgeous. More than just a shrunken 'ed

maureenjscott said...

Finally got to you Julia!!! Love the pendant, its really cool! would love to win one of your creations this month! hugs, mo xxx

Emily Thubbron said...

This necklace is simply stunning. I love it. I so need to try shrink film and try my hand at jewelry making. Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

Carla said...

Oh I neeed this! lOL. I is amazing..the colors really pop!

Sharon Sahl said...

Julia, your necklace is so creative and colorful! I always love seeing your projects!

DogsMom said...

Fun to see shrink film projects!
Thanks for this chance at prizes.

DogsMom said...

I'd wear that everywhere.

Steph said...

Super cool pendant! What a fun project to make and wear :)

KC said...

this is so cool! the colors are so much fun! what a great necklace!!!

ldfdesign said...

Great pendant! Love how you colored the image! Thank you for the chance to win.

nichtniedlich said...

wow, these images are really fantastic - I also like what you did with it. Thanks for the inspiration!
hugs, serafeena

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