Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Enter if you dare


I love to invent and tell  spooky,  mystical beautiful stories. 
Now is just the right time for it.
It's an old wooden shadox box with some spooky 3D elements.

  - Home is where you hang your broom -

a buckeye :-)


 I hope you like this Halloween inspiration
from an old witches' room.
It's my favourite in this Halloween season.

Tim Holtz Tags 2016 
Unfortunately this idea was too big for a tag

Thanks for your visit!


  1. Wow wow wow! I so love this, Kerstin!
    And that broom is so cute! But my absolute favourite is the chestnut that's eyeballing me! So so brilliant and spooky!

    I have been loving and adoring all your Halloween makes so far! This one is no exception!

    Claudia xxx

  2. Kerstin, this is such fun, in a weird and spooky way of course! I love the pile of bones underneath the broom and the eye in the chestnut case is superb! Thanks so much for joining in our 'Make it Spooky' challenge at A Vintage Journey. Anne x

  3. Kerstin, I always enjoy my visits to your blog, especially this time of year! Your imagination is incredible! Love this creepy scene! Hugs!

  4. So creepy cool! You certainly got your witches hat on for this spooky sensation! LOVE it! Thanks for joining us for the "A Very Vintage Halloween" challenge over at Frilly and Funkie.

  5. Creepy at its best. Love all the fabulous details, especially that big eye popping out of the chestnut. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie.

  6. Truly spooky Kerstin! I adore the clever Halloween additions and the whole aged look. Thank you for joining us at Frilly and Funkie and A Vintage Journey xx

  7. What a fun creative scene Kerstin! love the broom hanging on the wall and all the fun drapery - the eyeball in the chestnut husk is so clever!! Thanks for joining us in the AVJ challenge! Julia xx

  8. What a truly brilliant piece of haunted artwork decor - this is absolutely amazing, Kerstin! I love your work. Thanks for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
    Alison x

  9. Oh Kerstin, that is deliciously dreadful, love the eyeball! Thank you for joining us at A Vintage Journey, Deb xo


I always appreciate all your comments. Thanks so much!