Halloween Luminary

Happy Monday! Last night I played around with new Hero Arts stamps and came up with a project that I want to enter to their September challenge Everything Autumn. I was thinking about fall décor and made this Halloween luminary from Vellum:

The images from the So Scary set are heat-embossed with black embossing powder. I created this fence using the picket fence die from PTI with black cardstock and just cut out pieces here and there. The paper on top of the luminary is from the Echo Park Apothecary Emporium Collection. An easy and fun project! Here it is in daylight the light of my desk lamp:

I hope your day is beautiful! Thanks for visiting!

Hugs and Love,

Stamps: Hero Arts
Ink: Tsukineko
Patterned Paper: Echo Park
Cardstock, Vellum, Picket Fence Die: Papertrey Ink
Other: black embossing powder, twine


Anita Rex said...

Hi Vanessa! Absolutely stunning! I love how it looks all lit up, and so love how different it looks in the light! :> I think you should hare how you made it! Did you use a tea light or one of those battery operated tea lights, or an actual lamp??

Lindsay said...

Sooo fabulously done Vanessa! I love luminaries!

CinnamonSally said...

Hi Vanessa, I agree with Anita, this is fabulous and I would love to know how you made it.

Barb said...

Wow, this is so cool, Vanessa! It's amazing just how different it looks when it's lit up! Such a fun project. . .love it!

Chunyuan said...

fabulous. Love both the day and night look of the luminary.

Dawn T said...

It looks awesome Vanessa. Very spooky when lit up

Alice said...

your broken fence is fabulous, Vanessa! amazing project and so clever. love love it!