Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Which Witch is which.....

                                          It is Tuesday and it is hot and very smoky here.  Fires every which way.  Hard to go outside which I guess makes it easier to sit and craft.   I created a couple of witchy little confections for RRR.   They reminded me of the Scooby Doo episode "which witch is which".   I love spooky ole witches....and what better than an actual hat done up prim style and a sweet Victorian witch ornament.  I had this chipboard witch hat from last year...painted and distressed it.  I added 2 1/2 cotton blend ribbon which I wrapped around and tied a big chunky bow too.  From here I wrapped metal wire stars around it, along with a hand stamped tag tied on with burlap strink in natural, burlap leaves,  a felt rose, and glitter ball.   My ornament is made from chipboard and is covered in Graphic 45 papers.  I added vintage black lace, 2 1/2 inch cotton blend ribbon in plain, and burnt rust seam binding.   I have my ornament hanging from black licorice twine.   That is it!  A little spooky and a little elegant with the black and white color schemes.   Hope you enjoy!  Cherry


Patty O'Malley said...

Fabulous! Love these!

Marcie Rhys said...

Oh Cherry! All of your creations are total bliss. You have a flawless eye for finding the sweet-spot between simple and over-done. RRR really knew what they were doing when they signed you on. Your projects are the finest outings those ribbons ever get.

I love the brooms tucked into these Halloween beauties and that little cat on the hat tag slays me. I've never seen a cat stamp that irresistible.

I don't leave as many comments as I should, because the emails generated from them are often rejected by the blog holders' server. Very frustrating, but so far I've not found a fix for this. Your gems do come to my email though, for which I'm grateful. Not a single one of your fabulous creations should be missed. Thank you so much for sharing these inspiring works of art.

Marcie (aka Artistic Hen)

PS Is that a Maltese you're holding? We had one for many years, and love doesn't come in a more appealing package. They are such amazing companions.