Thursday, September 13, 2012

100 Proof Press Blog Hop!!!


Hello and Welcome Hoppers!!! 
 
Thank you so much for stopping by and joining in on the fun on this lovely Thursday!
If you are just joining in, 100 Proof Press is holding a blog hop today jam packed with inspiration and of course some great prizes!!! 

Here is what you could win:
 One Pack of Postage Paper Style #5,
Postage Parts #5,
and a gift certificate to the shop for $30.00!!!
 All you have to do is leave your comments along the way the be entered for your chance to win!!

 
If you are interested in finding out a little more about 100 Proof Press, click here!
They are a wonderful stamping company that I was lucky enough to find here in Ohio at Stampaway. 
Now a year later, I have joined on in the adventures of stamping with the wonderful design team and all of their amazing rubber stamp creations!!
 
Here is a schedule for the hop so you can jump in at any time,
 and keep coming back for more!
Nicole Eccles www.NicoleEccles.com<-----YOU ARE HERE


Today I have for you some quick spooky Halloween Inspiration to share!

 
This 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" Wood Art Block is simply made with only a few steps and some Mod Podge.
Combing the simplicity of black and white stamping with clipart. 
 
 
I absolutely LOVE the glazed over zombie like stare of this Skeleton!!  His eyes were just perfect for adding a touch of red with some yummy bling!
 
 
Stamp, or adhere paper along the edge of the block for a finished look.  To make it look more warn an aged, sand down corners till rounded, then ink before sealing with Mod Podge.
 
Supplies Used:
 
100 Proof Press: 4553 R ( Skull)
Webster's Pages
Want 2 Scrap Bling
Staz On Jet Black
Ranger: Frayed Burlap Distress Ink
 
Other:  wooden block, sand paper, Mod Podge, Clip art, Printer
 
 
Up next I have a delightfully toxic little Shadobox!
 
 
Though I love to color in my stamped images.  There is just something about using black and white images with just touches of color that can really make your project pop. 
 
 
 
Though it may be hard to tell from the picture, but each little image inside the box has been dimensionally placed using 3D Foam squares.  This helps to give more depth, but to really bring the whole scene together.
 
 
Combining 100 Proof Press Stamps with clipart, scrapbooking supplies and other stamps is so easy, you won't want to stop once you get started!!!!
 
Supplies Used:
100 Proof Press: 3643 U (witch)
Reminisce Labels and Patterned Paper
Martha Stewart Halloween Stamps and papers
Scrapbook Adhesives : 3D Foam Squares
Ranger: Lime Stickles
 
Other: 4x4 Shadowbox
 
 
Thank you so much for joining in the hop today!!
 
Hopefully we have all left you running for the scrapbook room to get started on your next creative journey!!
Wishing you a safe and relaxing weekend!!!
Nicki Chicky
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

21 comments:

Ginger said...

lovely shadow box, its my favourite of the tow. x

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous projects, love that you made a Halloween project too, now I feel at home, not just me using skulls lol. Love them and his red eyes are perfect. Love your shadow box. Tracy c

Gladys said...

beautiful project u done! love it! :)

Miriam Prantner said...

Great projects, that block is really cool looking!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are just awesome!! WOW WOW WOW!!!

Sue D said...

Fabulous Halloween decor--I like the red bling for eyes on the skull.

Gerri Herbst said...

Fabulous pieces today...Halloween is my favorite Holiday too! take care, gerri

Anne Temple said...

These are so cool and creative!

Sleen said...

So great to have found all of your (Design Team's) inspiring blogs! 100PP and I have a l-o-n-g history, and it's been great to "meet" other stampers this morning.

TerryMCox said...

I so like your style!
Fun! Fun! Fun! Makes me want to be your mail art friend.

jengd said...

Great projects! I have to admit that I hadn't heard of 100PP but I'm looking forward to backing up through this hop and seeing everything!

Emily said...

Great halloween projects! I think this time of year is perfect for trying out new techniques.

Cat Craig said...

The red adds such striking touches.

Karenladd said...

WOW! What more can I say?!! These Halloween themed projects are frightfully amazing! The skull card gave me the shivers, and that shadow box is incredible!

Nancy Wethington said...

Another fabulous piece of art. Nicole, your work rocks!

~amy~ said...

lovin' your halloween projects!

Jingle said...

These are just awesome!!!

Pinky Hobbs said...

Wow very fun projects, love skulls!

Lillian Child said...

WOWZA ... two really amazing projects here! LOVE the red eyes on the skull and your shadow box is fabulous!

Penny Walker said...

great projects, love the shadowbox

Jess said...

awesome projects!