Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tiddly Inks Challenge #26

Hello Everyone!!!  Here is my first post as an official TI Guest Designer!!

Our assignment this week is to create a project that can hold treats for the holiday!!  I chose to alter a simple paper lunch sack.

I used my SU! word punch to create an opening at the top for my ribbon closure. 

I used the following images to add and embellish my creation:

I colored my Ghoul in bright hues of Moon White (copic), Anise (copic) and my bright green Souffle pen.  I also colored her skin and rest of her body with Copics. 

I printed the web and then covered it with bright green glitter.  I printed the moon out and colored it also with my Copics and purply sparkly Sakura gel pen. 

I distressed the bag with Tim Holtz distressing ink in Peeling Paint (it's a greenish color).  I created my own spider for the web out of a black, crocheted flower, a button for his head and hand drawn legs. 
I added everything to the bag after I trimmed everyone out, and backed my Ghoulfriend with a pretty orange polkadot paper that I stitched her down to.   I used a strip of batty paper to anchor the background and closed my sack with black and white skull ribbon!!

I hope you enjoy and have been inspired!!!  PLEASE come join in on the fun at the TI Challenge blog!!! 

Crafty Hugs!



Stamping Cafe said...

This is so cool, Meredith!! Love that crocheted spider!!

Stitchinwitch said...

Cute, love the moon image and the colours

SuzieQ said...

Very cool tag! Looks great!

Alexandra Lundgren said...

rocked it girl! Love her hair, a TON!!!! Great job!

mfc.melissamade2 said...

I love this Meredith - so very cool! Great candy holder!

Ana said...

Cool!!! I love her hair.



Croms' Cubby Hole said...

Congrats on your 1st DT project - even thought it's as guest - ATM.
It's a fab bag - almost a shame to use it.

DonnaMundinger said...

Welcome Meredith! You did such a FABULOUS job with this. ADORABLE!!!! xxD

Loopylou. said...

oh i love this idea meredith, i so need to find some lunch bags here in the UK now and have a go at this!! love all the little elements working together on it hun. hugs Lou xxx