Sunday, September 27, 2020

Altered Art - Halloween book

 Hi creative friends!

It's not new I love books and not only to read, as you can see again today, nothing is safe in front of my creativity ­čśë 

Mystical imaginative stories have always stimulated my fantasy, I can still remember on a Halloween poem of a friend, which moved me to create an old haunted house already infested by tree roots.

I saw the new month theme at MTW Challenge and was inspired to create  a spooky Halloween night in an old book and even in color, which is less typical for me, because my middle name is rather monochrome ­čśÇ

 


I was inspired to use a lot of Halloween themed cutting dies (Sizzix) in combination with decoupage technique for the background and some suitable natural materials (tree fungi, moss, branches, and lichen).

some close up's








MTW - Challenge September BOOKS and BOOKPAPER


use a real old book as base 
and some bookpages for the little handmade book 
in the bottom center 
 

Happy crafting!

 
Kerstin 

9 comments:

  1. WOWWW This is fantastic!!!! Hw many things are happening in this book transformation! I love them all! Thank you for taking the time and join us at MTW! xoxo Cecilia

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  2. Hallo Kerstin, wieder einmal hast FU dich selber ├╝bertroffen. Deine Halloween Projekte sind der Hammer. Auch dieses Projekt zeigt Deine grosse Liebe zur Halloween Dekoration. Deine Kreativit├Ąt hat keine Grenzen. Danke das Du wieder mitgemacht hast bei Mord than Words. Liebe Gruesse Heike

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  3. Oh fantastic! Just what I needed - a spooky Halloween book-inspired project, how wonderful Kerstin. Thanks for joining us at More Than Words - Elle xx

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  4. WOW great!! Thanks for joining us at More than Words

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  5. Wow! This is amazing! I absolutely love Halloween. Thanks for joining us at More Than Words Challenges!

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  6. OMG! This is SO COOL :D
    Thanks for joining MTW challenge :)

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  7. very nice project thanks for joining with us at MTW challenge

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  8. Gilt immer noch: love love love, Kerstin! ;)

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I always appreciate all your comments. Thanks so much!