Monday, August 24, 2009

Stamps-Ink-Paper Dracula

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This devishly handsome fellow is dying to accompany you this Halloween Eve... all you will need is a little black card stock and "Cast-A-Spell" DSP! He will hold trick-or-treating candy, make fantastic Halloween party favors, and even spook up your Halloween decor. But, watch out! He bites. :)

When Shelli's creative challenge was to use only "Stamps-ink-paper" I knew my favorite Japanese art, origami, would come in handy! Helpful Hint: I found a fantastic tutorial on creating Count Dracula's face HERE.

His dashingly scary facial features were all created using punches:
Eyebrows: Photo corners punch
Eyes: 3/4" circle punch (cut in half)
Nose: Heart-to-heart punch (cut in half and the top snipped off)
Mouth: Wide Oval punch
Teeth: Small Star punch (points trimmed off and used as fangs, I used the real red marker to add some blood!)

UPDATE: One of my reader's asked about how I made the box Dracula is attached to, so I made a template! Check it out:
Template for Basic Box

Want to give this spook-tacular project a try? All of the supplies I used are listed below. Just CLICK HERE to go to my Stampin' Up! website to order any of the supplies you need. Once you get there, click on "Shop Now" in the upper right hand corner, and use the item numbers listed below.

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Happy Stampin!
~Heather

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Stampin' Supplies (and item numbers):

Stamps: None!
Ink: Real Red Marker (100052)
Paper: Cast-a-Spell DSP (115677), Basic Black card stock (102851), Old Olive card stock (100702)
Tools: Photo corners punch (109042), 3/4" circle punch (107217), Heart-to-heart punch (113694), Wide Oval punch (112082), small star punch (109045), Crimping Tool (101618)
Embellishments: none!

14 comments:

Pals Paper Arts said...

Very scary and oh so creative.

On behalf of the Pals Paper Arts design team, thank you for playing @ PPA.

Melissa said...

Absolutely adorable! Love it!

Denise said...

Congrats Heather on being this week's Pals Paper Artist Pick. Your Dracula treat bag is the perfect mix of scary and sweet!

Mary Fish said...

Congrats on being chosen as this week's Pals Paper Arts Pick. It's well deserved for your purple guy . . . EEK! Hugs, Mary

Cindy Major said...

Well, isn't this clever!!

Cindy

Jacqueline (Scraps of Life) said...

I love how you didn't use any stamps for this project! Such a creative idea! Great job, and congrats on being a PPA Artist Pick!

Lisa Salkeld said...

Too cute...though I think he'd rather be "scary!"

Anonymous said...

What template did you use to make the box/basket the cute dracula is attached to?
Lucy K.

Butterfly Girl said...

Hi Lucy! Thanks for stopping by! I actually didn't use a template...but maybe I can create one...I haven't ever made a template, but I'll give it a go! :)

Happy Stampin'!
~Heather

Butterfly Girl said...

Ok, Lucy, I've added a link to a template I created for making the box I used. Have fun!

~H

Anonymous said...

Thanks Heather! You are awesome!
Lucy

Kathy said...

Amazing & adorable!

Kathy

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Martha said...

how cute!

Laura Pinto-Nguyen said...

This is super creative!!!

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