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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Good morning everyone!  Welcome to the Scor-pal/Little Darlings blog hop! Today we are featuring some fun projects using the Scor-pal/Scor-buddy along with the newly released Fall/Halloween Little Darlings stamps. If you came here from Myrna's blog, then you are in the right spot. If not, you will want to start from the beginning at the Scor-pal blog so you don't miss any of today's projects. There will be some Little Darlings stamps given away by Love to Stamp and Scor-pal will be giving away a Scor-buddy to one person randomly chosen from all comments left. The more comments you leave the better your chances of winning. You can also increase your chances of winning a Scor-buddy in other ways as well so check out the Scor-pal blog for complete details.

My husband has started a nasty habit of smoking cigar which I am not fond of at all!  But on the up side he gives me the empty cigar boxes to decorate!  That is what my project is made from today!



I used Tim Holtz hardward for the legs and my designer paper is from Fancy Pants Oct. 31.  The little spiders are from Jolee and the large metal spider is actually a pin you where on your shirt and is from Michaels.  I sanded the cigar box and wiped it with Black Soot Distress Ink.  The spider web skirt is from a Martha Stewart punch.


The image is called "Tricks or Treats" and is available at Love to Stamp.

I love this particular cigar box because it had cool partitions in the inside.

To make the large rosette on the cover I used a piece of 2" x 12" piece of designer paper and punch it with a Martha Stewart punch.  Score every 1/2", turn it over line it up on the 1/4" mark and score again every 1/2".  Fold back and forth and attach the end together with Scor-Tape to create a cirlce.




For the ribbon I used Stampin Up! black grosgrain ribbon, I liked it because it was a little stiffer then regular ribbon.  Score every 1/2".
Place a piece of Scor-Tape on the back and fold to create tabs.  I used six tabs on each side and a loop of ribbon for the middle.

Thanks for stopping by!  Have lots of fun hopping and good luck!

Your next stop is the fabulous Mindy. She has an awesome project waiting for you!!

Lisa

44 comments:

Eva said...

wow, this is so gorgeous!!! You did a fabulous job with this project.
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diana said...

this is so gorgeous!
love the way you have dressed up the box

Basiljen said...

Oh, this is gorgeous!!! What a beautiful box!

Thanks for sharing!

gscrapbooks said...

How you decorated the cigar box is so cool! Love the colors and all the detail in the stamping - great job!

Louise said...

Hi Lisa!
WOW, this is such an amazing project. Love that you shared how you use your scor-pal to make those lush details. Stunning!

Hugs

Mandy & Jaimy said...

you've made a beautiful creation!

Greetings, Jaimy

Mandy & Jaimy said...

you've made a beautiful creation!

Greetings, Jaimy

Bev Dahl said...

I LOVE what you did with this cigar box. Very beautiful work on everything! Thank you for sharing!

Uta said...

your box is so cool - love it

Kim H said...

fantastic box, love the spiderwebs, and the added legs is a brillant idea. Thank you for the inspiration.

Tammy V said...

That is a spectacular box! I love what you did to it! WOW!

cema1cema said...

Fantastic box! Great details, thank you so much!! Christina

chrissy xx said...

WoW! This is Gorgeous! LOve this image! LOve your colours! LOve the 'spiders webb'! LOve the inside too!
Chrissyxx
Hubby's do come in useful lol...Great idea to make this cigar box into a lovely Halloween one......

Sue D said...

Very cool altered cigar box!

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

Wow! Hauntingly gorgeous!

Angie said...

Hi Lisa!

I'm absolutely WOWED by your creativity on this box! You have made so many details and each of them is GORGEOUS! Beautiful job girl :)

Angie

Lillian Child said...

How utterly delightful this is!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Wow!! This is fabulous.

Ellen said...

Wowza! Amazing project! Adorable witch!!

Alisha said...

Super cute. Really like the ribbon technique. Thanks
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Noreen said...

I love all the spiderwebs, and the feet you used! Love the inside, too!

Hlora said...

Beautiful project, great colours you used and this is such a sweet box. The image is so bright and beautiful!!!Hugs. Hlora. xx

Gloria Westerman said...

Oh I love your cigar box....you did a beautiful job....love your rosette...and the little witch image is prefect for this....now you do need my address right ....so you can mail it to me.....LOL

Anniebee said...

What a fabulous box you have made, Lisa! You have done a great job decorating it and your coloring on the cute Little Darlings image is wonderful. I love the spiderweb rosette! You ladies are really knocking this blog hop out of the park! Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration.

Renee VanEpps said...

Wow, what a perfectly embellished cigar box! Very spooky and so very beautiful with the legs and spider web trim! Fantastic work!

Katharina said...

What a great idea, love it.

callyannc said...

Oh wow! This is so beautiful! Who would of thought Halloween as beautiful??? HEE HEE! I love the colors but the spider is almost lifelike! Eek! TFS CallyAnn

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

A stunning creation!!! I love it.

It's always lovely to see how people change and embellish items and the colours used are just perfect. Thanks for sharing some of your techniques used.

Please visit my blog: Delphinoid’s Cards and Craft

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Cindy Lou said...

This is a beautiful makeover on a cigar box!. Love your embellies and your stamp work is gorgeous! Love the colors you have used as well as your DP's. Thanks for sharing :)

Lisa R. said...

WOW!!!!! This is awesome. TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

Kathy said...

Oh Wow, this is AWESOME!!

Fabiola said...

fabuleuse! elle est magnifique, biz

Sherry Kushibab said...

What a great use of a cigar box...love the paper and that rosette with the punched edges is great...thanks for pics that show what you did....this box is FABULOUS!

Cheryl said...

Great tutorial!

Ravengirl said...

Wow, that cigar box looks amazing after all you did to it! Love your spooky rosette!

Edwina said...

Great box! I love the little witch and the purple roses and ribbon on the box. It really dresses it up. thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown edwinabrown@comcast.net

Anita Braddock said...

wow very Beautiful and spooky box its great love the colors and the papers and love love the witch the flowes and trims make this pop. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
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rush said...

love the cigar box. it could hold loads of treats! thank you for sharing.

Scrapalajen said...

Lisa, great way to recycle those cigar boxes and dress them up nicely later:-) It's gorgeous and I would never have thought it was a cigar box if you hadn't mentioned it in the first place.

cnuland said...

I really like the ribbon! Thanks for the inspiration!

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