This was the Halloween sign I made for our front door. I felt like it was a great way to welcome our guests to the party and just had to use that Graphic 45 paper even if it wasn't Hellraiser related.
This past Friday I posted these dish I.D. tags, cupcake flags and treat cups that I sent cupcakes home in. I used a Purple Panda digital stamp for these.
Here you can see them in use on the table with the food. They looked great and I got a lot of compliments on them.
This is a sign we hung on the bathroom mirror. It was by far the most fun decoration of the evening that I made. I distressed the background with glimmer mist, distress ink and then I used fired brick distress ink heavily at the top and then sprayed it with a mini mister and let it drip down the page to look like dripping blood. I am really happy with how it turned out. After that I covered the sign in Pinhead quotes. He sure had some good ones.
Just a close-up of Pinhead washing his hands because I find it extra funny.
We hung spider webs all over and I cut out some spiders using my Bosskut Gazelle to hang in the webs all over the house.
My husband actually made these panels to look like the puzzle box from Hellraiser. I was super impressed with his crafting abilities. They turned our really great!
Finally we printed out these small puzzle boxes from a jpeg we found on the internet and folded them and suspended them from the archway between our living room and dining room. There were 8 in all.