First I gave the box a thin spray with black paint, so it still looked patchy and shabby, and used some TH Halloween paper for the wallpaper. The die-cuts used for the owl, hat, skeletons, skulls and ghosts are from Sizzix. The lovely curtains were made from remnants out of my bit-bag. The little book 'upstairs' has been made from ancient paper from the 18th century, and the skull was once on some sneakers. The bottles have been altered, with some red spray for 'Poison'. The witch was given to me by a neighbour (should I be worried when people give me things like this?!) I just turned her broom so she could sit on the floor more comfortably.
I wonder whose hand is creeping round the curtains?
An ancestral portrait....
Well, I really had fun putting this together. I am entering into 2 challenges:
The Craft Room challenge 'Alter it' and
'Halloween and no bones about it' at Re-cycle, re-purpose and re-invent
Here's wishing you all a nice day, take care, have fun and thanks for visiting!