I’m getting started on a fun Halloween project. I’ll be working on it for a while – shadow boxes require a lot of work! So watch for weekly segments updating my progress, showing techniques, and more. Here is the first segment:
and I’m just getting started! Nothing is glued (yet), and I’ve got a long way to go… but I’m loving where it’s heading!
Questions? feel free to leave them in the comments!
9 thoughts on “Spooky Configurations: part 1”
Great idea!!! I have quite a few of those pieces laying around from last year. This year Michael’s has some great small ravens/crows along with some other great Halloween goodies that fit perfectly in the Configurations. Thanx for the video and thanx for the inspiration!
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I LOVE this! I just made two Configurations and featured them on my blog. I am becoming addicted to them and can’t wait to try a Halloween box!
Can you tell me who makes those items? I found one set of skulls but it was at a mini show. Thanks, I love what you are doing.
Found @ michael’s last week – don’t know if it was store brand or outside brand…
Been ignoring Halloween stuff at Michael’s guess I better go investigate.
great video – thanks for the spookey & fun ideas Crazy May
All I know is I’m going to love it-be still my happy Halloween heart!
Thanks for sharing your work with us! I’m planning to work on a Halloween configurations box as well. I wasn’t planning on using any actual vintage items for my future shadowboxes (except for the hankies my mom promised to send me), but I have been scoping out miniatures at craft stores, and my son’s neglected toy box. Yes, I got his permission first. 😉 He’s as excited about the configurations boxes as I am.
May this is too cool – it’s projects like this that make me really wish we celebrated Halloween in Australia!
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