Today, please join me over at Graphic 45's blog to see a new project that honestly, I personally love! I hope you do too! It's the Happy Haunting's Haunted Panorama. Actually a very fast and easy project that has a punch! A wonderful decoration to help haunt your house for Halloween! Also, please check out one of my favorite G45 buddies, Kristin Wilson's Blog as she also shows off one of her amazing projects!
Here the Graphic 45 Haunted Panorama....
Graphic 45 Happy Haunting Paper Collection:
Pumpkin Time- Top
Happy Haunting - Top
Word Play - Top
Hallowe'en Greetings - Main Box Body
Bewitched - Box Bottom
Jeepers Creepers - Interior Box Lining
Trick or Treat - Witch Figure
Graphic 45 Happy Haunting Chipboard 1 - Tag For Top
Round Chipboard Box - Craft Store
Wood Balls - Feet
Assorted Halloween Ribbon
Battery Operated Tea Light
Black Brush Tree - Craft Store
Picket Fence- Craft Store
Black and Orange Crepe Paper
Hope you like it!
Have an awesome day gang!
The Gentleman Crafter
This is mega gorgeous Jim! Love every detail as usual lol.ReplyDelete
Oh my, Jim....this is soooooo much fun!!! I just love what you have done....way to go!Delete
Love the tea light and the papers are so cool.
fab use of the papers, different perspective, love it.ReplyDelete
I'm visiting after seeing your creation at Graphic 45. So fun, particularly with the back light on.ReplyDelete
So awesome. Love your dimensional creations. This is no exception. Thanks as always for sharing.ReplyDelete
Fantastic dimensional project! I love the vintage feel of this piece. It is so perfectly designed to bring out the best in those gorgeous vintage Halloween images from Graphic 45! Love it! <3 CandyReplyDelete
Jim, you ROCK! This is just an awesome piece.especially since Halloween is my fav! The papers are way cool (of course I had to buy it all!) and really lent themselves nicely to the project! Great job, Gent!ReplyDelete
Jim, this is such a great decorative piece! That tea light is the perfect touch. Would love to see a tutorial on this one. Have fun in Dallas! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Hi Jim in hot hot hot Texas. Almost as bad in Maryland too! LOVE your G45 project today. I was wondering about the height of the box so I know what size box to look for at Michaels. Can't wait to try something like this. You did a great job!ReplyDelete
I love it!!! It's spooktacular!!ReplyDelete
So cute! Especially, love the ribbon and bats! ;o)ReplyDelete
LUV IT!...tutorial please.....ReplyDelete
Amazing, can't wait to see what you come up with next..ReplyDelete
You have done it yet again, Jim!! Fantastic art piece! Love the tea lite idea....so cool. Did you make the cylinder or buy it? Yea I guess we need a tutorial :DReplyDelete
That is so awesome! I love it! Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love it! Sure hope you'll do a tutorial. I need this for my house!ReplyDelete
Jim, you have done it again. Where do you come up with these ideals? Thank you for sharing, I hope you share the tutorial too. lolReplyDelete
Awesome! Love G45.ReplyDelete
Very cute, that would look great amongst my Halloween decorations. Just to be a nitpick, but isn't this a "diorama" not a "panorama"? ;-)ReplyDelete
Halloween is my favorite holiday and I am always looking for new and unique decorations. This collection has some great papers...just ordered them. As usual, your projects blow me away...beautiful job, Jim!!!ReplyDelete
To cute Jim. Great idea adding tea lights.ReplyDelete
Love it! And the tea light tops it all off perfectly! Thanks Jim and keep sharing!ReplyDelete
We are enjoying those 100+ with ya! Stay cool and have fun!
I LOVE it!! what an awesome project and wow, how do you come up with the ideas? Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
It's gorgeous Jim! Great idea for any of the G45 collections. TFS Hugs, JessReplyDelete
You never cease to amaze!!ReplyDelete
Halloween Projects are always my favorites...love this, especially the tealight. Way to go!!!!!ReplyDelete
Love this project, Jim. You always amaze me with your totally original projects!!!ReplyDelete
What a fun project! I love how it lights up too.ReplyDelete
WAAAAAAAAY TO COOL!!!!! you did a FABULOUS JOB.....ReplyDelete
Perfect for Halloween. Thanks for another awesome idea. How do you do it in all that heat? It's even in the 80's here in Seattle.Hope you have time for some fun stuff in Dallas while you're there.ReplyDelete
This is too cool Jim, I love all the phoo-phoo on top. It would look wonderful on my coffeetable! Once again, GREAT JOB!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I love this! The ribbon treatment on the top is so fun, and the 3 D window is just awesome. Clever you!ReplyDelete
Another GJ masterpiece!!! You just keep cranking out such orginal projects, I can wait to see how you created this one. TFSReplyDelete
Love this Graphic 45 Halloween paper....this is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I have a question on another subject....I have seen several "Pins" of your work, but when I click to see them in more detail it says there are no longer there. I am guessing they were original posted to your old blog, SO is there anyway to see that work?
thank you for your inspirations!!!
Love how you created this so dimensional. Gorgeous :-)ReplyDelete
WOW and I do mean WOW!! What a creative project and so BOOtiful.. LOVE IT!!ReplyDelete