Sadly no. Man I really need to get this blog hopping like I once did back in the day. Well to rectify this grievance I will by posting my new SVG – Honey and Tea Box & Pocket Card. Which you can pick up here from my Esty site.
Well this is embarrassing, I just get a little pregnant and my entries and projects productivity goes downhill. Goodness I would hate to see all my hard work disappear just because I’m in labor lol. Well rest assured I have been crafting and taking pictures it’s just my morning/evening sickness makes it hard to get on my computer and do what I need to do. Well that and my 2 ½ year old do keep my really busy.
Enough talk on the show and tell.
This was made for one of the ladies at my church. She a little older but I say you’re never too old to feel like a princess.
The frame of the box was made using a basic exploding box – shallow lid by SnapDragon Snippets LLC on Silhouette Cameo. The Princess silhouettes are from princess silhouette by Megan Hardy. Pattern papers are scraps that I had in my stash from some designer paper or other. The purple wirily ribbon with the black flowers was bought at Michal’s in the dollar bin. I added a bit a bling from Recollections Bling on a Roll. It measures 30 in/76.2 cm of dark pink flowers and dots. Top off with a silver bow.
The inside I made a cake toper I did by using a 3d leprechaun hat by SnapDragon Snippets LLC. I decorated in puff paint and ribbon and topped with a real candle. I add framesets for her to add in photos of her family and friends and place it at work or home.
For Halloween my husband and his younger brother will be going as Steve and Creeper from the video game called MINECRAFT. Now since neither my husband nor his brother has the time to make or get a costume for October 31st that fun task fell on to me. Now this idea was not mine to take credit for, it actually came from CyberDrone from DeviantArt at: www.deviantart.com But the one that tipped me off to this great discovery is our Nephew. He Dad sent this photo of his little boy of Steve the Minecraft Warrior holding a Creeper head in one hand while swinging his sword in the other.
So cute don’t you think?
So that had me on my own quest to make these block head Hero and Villain man size. When I had completed the block masks my husband suggested to me he could make the Creeper a little more interesting. So he and I are collaborating in making the Creeper’s eyes glow from behind the mask. If you want to check out how he made this part work check out his blog at: http://scireportals.net. He is one of the techiest guys I have ever met and if you have any question please feel free to drop him or me a line. We will be more than happy to tell you the details to this project.
10×10 Block Head Masks