Monday, October 10, 2011

31 Days of Halloween: Day 10- Raven Pedestals

Well, time caught up with me yesterday and I was never able to finish my Day 9 project. I did, however, make a Day 10 project to get back on track. My Day 9 will just have to wait until later in the month. But, before we get to my pedestals, we have sponsor information for you!!

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Okay, now I'd like to share with you my super easy Raven Pedestals. I didn't stage a photo for you because I'd like you to see them in my Halloween Room when it's all said and done, so you are just getting a taste of how cool these actually are when they are decorated.






You can probably see how I made them, but just in case you can't tell I flipped a glass upside down and attached either a plate or bowl to the top using industrial strength glue. The cool thing about them is you can place something under the glass as well.

I used images from our Quoth The Raven rubber set and stamped with Stazon on the glass, and craft ink on the plates. When these are all decorated, they will hold some pumpking goodies and some candy, with some creepy creatures under the glass. I can't wait to show them to you in my final pictures!!

So, I hope they've inspired you, and that you have lots of fun hopping through our blogs today!

21 comments:

  1. WoWza - these are awesome. However did you get to stamp on the round sides of glass or is that a trade secret ??? :-D

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  2. Uh-Oh!! down the road you will see a similar project, LOL!

    THESE are rockin' I never thought of the pedastel! Very clever indeed!
    Susan

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  3. These are freakin' AWESOME!!! They have definitely earned the Edgar seal of approval!

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  4. wicked cool! How the heck do you stamp on curved glass without smearing?

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  5. So cool! What a great idea to make your own pedastals! The images turned out awesome!

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  6. Love these Terra. What a fab idea.
    TFS

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  7. Fabulous! I'm Wondering the same thing. How to stamp on a curved surface like that? Do you not use a block? Love this project! xxD

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  8. Such a cool idea! There are so many things I want to try now.:)

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  9. Terra,
    How FAB is that! You are very cleaver! You did a great job on your projects I love it and yes, you have inspired me too!
    Peace,
    KristyLee

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  10. You have the greatest ideas - I'm loving these and waiting for the answer to everyone's question - how did you stamp on a curved surface.

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  11. those are too cool. I've always wanted to do some since seeing cool things on blogs..

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  12. Okay... Terra, now these are really cool! I love the idea and will need to make myself some of these!!! What awesome projects!!! You are amazing!!!

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  13. wow great job, absolutely beautiful, how did you stamp the curves of the glass?

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  14. Great idea awesome projects
    Luv Jane xxx

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  15. ooh! Wonderful plate and glass! Awesome idea!

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  16. wow, awesome creations. love the idea and the images.

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  17. i can't wait to see the final pictures! the images really pop in white on black! great job!

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  18. These are really cool, Terra! Thank you for explaining how you stamped them.

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  19. awesome. cant wait to get this stamps set. It's on the way. love these

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  20. These are FABULOUS!!! I really love the Raven on the glass.

    Fiona. x

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