Friday, July 26, 2013

CHA PROJECTS PART 2!

Hello Everybody!

Once again I am back showing off my CHA project for this last week.  Some simple... some more out there....with a Halloween theme.  I hope you take a moment to peruse the samples and can find some inspiration. 

First up is a simple Halloween tag.....

 
Keeping with the same theme of architecture, I created a couple of Halloween houses that sit on canvas....
 
 
Then folks.... it was time for me to cut loose and do what I do best...Jim The Gentleman Crafter style.....
 
The Laboratorie Book
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
And then there was the take on Gene Wilder's Young Frankenstein's Lab....
 
Remember....
 
 
 
 
Frank's Lab and Mini
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Again one of my favorite projects....Steampunk Man and Mini!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
And Last But Not Least...One of my Very Favorites...An animated clock.  You turn the wheel on the right and the gears move....
 
The G45 Steampunk Spells Clock
 
 
 
Well, That's it!  This has been what has devoured my time as of late.  I hope you like them and can find some inspiration from these projects.  If you get a second, I would love to know which you would like to have tutorials on....
 
Thanks so much for stopping by!
 
Jim
The Gentleman Crafter
 
 
 
 
 

47 comments:

  1. These are all fantastic, but I am really drooling over the G45 clock. superb!!!

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  2. Hi Mr. Jim! I love all of the projects...just wondering....will you be teaching any of these at The Crafty Scrapper by chance? The Laboratoree Book is fabulous!

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  3. One word: "AWESOME!"

    I would love the tutorial on your Laboratorie.

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  4. Jim...what a delight to get to see your projects. They are fabulous. Thanks for sharing and hope some of them make their way to Tuesday classes! :)

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  5. I'd kill for tutorials for each and every one of your creations! You name the price!

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  6. Outstanding Jim! The Laboratorie is a wonder and delight with lots to look at. Would love to see tutorials on Franks Lab and mini and Steampunk man and mini. Thanks for sharing your projects.

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  7. cool....a nudge for some fall themed tags....very nice!

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  8. they are all so cool! but Frank's lab is the bomb! I need to build one to go with my mini spooky theatre!!

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  9. You have just got to do a tutorial on the Laboratorie! Must be able to make this! :)

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  10. Jim these are just fantastic, amazing, brilliant and, and, and..................You are one clever man. I would love to be inside your head for just one day and come away with 1/10th of your imagination.

    What would I like to see tutorials on, try everything...............

    Well done you should be very proud of yourself for sure.

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  11. Awesome as usual. Love the Laboratorie book.

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  12. Awesome as usual. Love the Laboratorie book.

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  13. Wow Jim your stuff just gets better and better ... I love ALL your work xxx
    Tina xxx

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  14. I love the laboratory! all the projects are awesome!

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  15. oh and The Laboratorie Book is so cool too

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  16. WOW!!! LOVE them ALL!! I don't know how you dream up such imaginative creations but so glad that you do!! My fave...Frank's Lab...since I'm an old OR nurse...gotta love that OR table!

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  17. The clock and the laboratory. Is a must, but gotta love the young Frankenstein. One of hubbies favorite movies.

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  18. O. M. G.
    As always, your creations are OVER THE TOP!
    LOVE THEM ALL - want tutorials on them ALL!
    But if I can only pick one, I would love a tutorial on the Laboratorie Book
    and that was a difficult choice to make.

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  19. Ohh Ohh Ohh! (My hand is up in the air).....do the Laboratorie Box. I could see using this more than Halloween, but I love the Halloween pieces. There's so much going on in there. But then I also love the house on the canvas, simple and again we could use it for other holidays. Wouldn't it be fun to turn it into a birthday house for something completely different? Bright colors, bold prints, just plain ol' fun. Your steampunk clock is amazing, how many hours would that take? Moving parts & me don't work. :p

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  20. Well now, this is beyond awesome. Please, please do tutorials on everything.

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  21. OK.....WOW, what else is there to say but WOW! PLEASE do a tutorial on the laboratory Book and Frank's lab...PLEASE

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  22. Truly amazing,while Halloween is my favorite Holiday, the shaker is wonderful. How about a halloween shaker box!!!

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  23. I can only second what everyone has said already. I will add that these should be on display in an art gallery, especially the laboratory book - that is out of this world.

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  24. Holy cow! How do you ever have time to do anything ? These projects are just incredible, and I can't even. Imagine the time and patience they must take.

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  25. Such incredible and wonderful works of 3D art, just love them.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  26. I don't comment often.. but wanted to let you know how very much I enjoy seeing the things you create! My favorites are the steampunk and Halloween projects.

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  27. All I can say is WOW. Love, love, love the laboratory stuff and who could forget Young Frankenstein? Fabulous!!

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  28. I LOVE the Lab!!! I love Halloween and this project is so awesome I too would love for you to do a tutorial on it.

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  29. Your work is amazing Jim - the Laboratories are my absolute favourites. Just wanted to stop by and say I love your blogging style and combined with your wonderful work I always enjoy reading your posts. Thanks for sharing. Helen x

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  30. You have such a wonderful imagination and talent Jim! I'm not really into Halloween or Steampunk, but I'd love to see a tutorial on the construction of the Laboratorie book please as I can see other uses for it too. What I'd really like though is a tutorial for the magnificent lighthouse - pretty please!

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  31. So you're claiming these took up so much of your time? Lol. Jim, what a SUCCESS! My fingers are itching to actually touch each one. I'm amazed you got so many projects finished. My choice for tuorials are the Laboratorie Book and Frank's Lab - price is no problem. How funny - my husband and I just watched Young Frankenstein last night and laughed ourselves silly. I would love to make the lab for him.
    Thanks for sharing so quickly! I'm going back to study it all in detail. Very fun!
    Hugs
    Mo(Mori49)

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  32. Good evening Jim,(or maybe that should be goodnight as it's 23.28 p.m. here "across the pond". I was just going to bed when I thought I would take a look at your blog just in case there was something special and BOY! am I glad I did. I LOVE the laboratorie book and your take on Young Frankenstein's lab is so cool! Your work is truly amazing, sensational, awe-inspiring - there are not enough superlatives that adequately describe your talent. Thank you sooooo much for sharing this with us all.
    Margaret in South Yorkshire, UK

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  33. My jaw hit the floor.... amazing creations! Love the Laboratories!

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  34. TRULY AMAZING!!! Every single one of them! Your talent blows my mind. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I'm so glad you cut loose and did what you do best. I hope you had as much fun creating them as we do looking at them.
    My absolute favourite is the Laboratorie Book. Please do a tutorial on this. I am begging on my hands and knees! I don't just want it, I think I have to have it! OMG! I am dizzy with excitement :) The possibilities are endless. I also love the houses on canvas - once again, so many possibilities!

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  35. All of your work is wonderful & inspiring. I would love see a tutorial on the Laboratorie Book, actually any of the designs would be great to create. Thank you for sharing your amazing projects with us!

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  36. You never cease to amaze me, Jim! Love them ALL! And how clever to use the burlap panel for a base! Guess who is gonna"steal" THAT idea?

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  37. Holy cow, Jim! Somehow I missed the previous Christmas projects post. I love the house with the snow. Could you teach us how to make snow on Ustream; also I would love to have Ustream on how you work with wire on your different projects. Just wanted to make sure you didn't have time on your hands. Lol.
    Hugs
    Mo(Mori49)

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  38. I hope we see lots of project tutorials from these creations. Just love them. thanks as always for sharing. Theresa aka Mountain Dreamer

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  39. I'm not much for the goulish stuff but I have a grandson who would love something like Frankenstein's Lab... My plan is to combine some items from each of these projects to create a wall hanging box. I will be sure to tell him where my inspiration comes from because you deserve the credit. I'd have never thought of this on my own and it is right down his alley!! Thanks, Jim... you are not only a gentleman but also a wonder! Having learned your box making techniques and looking at every minute detail in every photo, I don't feel I need a tutorial. Those who do will find themselves with the tools of a master teacher that will take them through many creations!! Value beyond measure... TFS.

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  40. Mouth open... still shaking my head in amazement... so fun so cool !!!
    I know you left Tim grinning from ear to ear !!

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  41. Please Please make tutorials from all of this great Projekt...here in germany is it very hard to find something like that.
    Looove all of it !!!
    Have a nice day
    Kerstin from Germany

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  42. You want me to just pick one? I think they are all Spook-tacular!!! I love them all! You have a genius mind... so glad that you are sharing it with us!!! Have a wonderful week!!!

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  43. Wow! You are so productive! l am fascinated by the laboratproe book. Great work and details!

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  44. WOW!WOW!WOW! I Love the Labratorie Book and the Steampunk Spells Clock!! They aare so amazing!! I hope that you will have tutorials/ kits available for them!!?? Will you teach them on your Ustream show? I love your designs so much, they are totally unique and definately one of a kind! Just like you and I (we) love that about you! Thank you so much for sharing your amazing, amazing talent and for all of your inspiration!! Thank you for being you!

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  45. wow, love all of your creations, always look forward to seeing what you make.

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  46. oh wow - the apothecary case sort of thing - that is kinda like a bookshelf all closed up on itself...

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