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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

ANOTHER VIEW TO HALLOWEEN

My daughter wanted me to make another Halloween window like the window I made in a previous post.....
So I went out to the barn where I store my ENORMOUS collection of windows and started working on another Halloween window........

I printed  some pictures off the internet and some from Magic Moonlight Free Images.....and some
she has to be SOME BODY'S  mother????? yeeeek
 




I also rummaged through my scrapbook papers to space out the pictures.....

dug out my trusty bottle of Mod Podge.........
 
and made a couple of collages out of the pictures......

some body's mom again......eeeeww
and then found my can of 3M Super77 adhesive spray......

This can has lasted me through tons of projects! I love it!



I delivered it last nite and made my daughters day!!!
She immediately set it above her fire place on the mantel....... 
So after that we went on a junking spree since it was big trash pu in town!
OMG! loaded up the truck.....AGAIN!
but thats a whole nother story coming up.........
sleep tight and don't let the bedbugs bite! In other words....don't pick up any mattress'  on the side of the road....
Here are some other windows I have finished.......



Ta ta for now..........

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41 comments:

dogsmom said...

I am in love with your site this time of year, from the header, to suggested post about "new mousetraps" and of course the great project. I have not seen another done so well, or in such proportion!

Diane said...

Love your frame with the Halloween pics. Soooo cute. I have a frame just like that, but unfortunately some of the panes are broken and I haven't gotten around to having them replaced. This is a great idea Ü

The Answer Is Chocolate said...

Oh my I am in love. Your window is awesome and I am also so jealous! I want a barn full of windows! Some people want a closet full of designer shoes. I want a barn full of windows!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Someone's mother? Hey, add a wart on the nose and a pointy hat-that's my BOSS!!!
Cute idea, and really fun:@)

the cape on the corner said...

ooh, i love that window. what a great idea. this would be wonderful propped on a mantle, for sure!

Rebecca said...

These is really neat-would be great for all the seasons~

Rebecca said...

These is really neat-would be great for all the seasons~

mercedes said...

Very, very cool blog and post! Love your header.... thank you for keeping us inspired! :) mercedes

Anna said...

Very cool project!

Janet, said...

I love your window dressing. That's a neat idea, easier than painting.

Allie said...

This is a fabulous idea!
You should come link it up to my Making It With Allie Party!
Allie
AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

Coloradolady said...

This is a great use for an old window...I love that! Very creative. Have a great VTT!

Ann said...

I love these windows, I've got a few too and I just need somewhere to display it. The halloween theme is fantastic. Your halloween graphic is so cute-love it. Happy VTT

Maureen said...

Great job on the window. Looks fab!

Jeanne said...

what a great Halloween creation. I have a window you could work on. Smile. Your daughter is the lucky recipient. Wonderful creative art project.
Hugs, Jeanne

Sue said...

What a creative way to use an old vintage window! I love it, and "thank you" for sharing it with us.

Take care, Sue

Michelle@Somedaycrafts said...

What a great thing to do with an old window! Very cute!

Nook Cranny Gifts said...

Love your spooky window. I made a window like this once, not themed just random vintage items. It was fun to do.
Thanks for sharing.
Michele

shannon i olson said...

some amazing crafting on your windows! I love old paned windows, have a couple I have acquired through garage sales but that is it.

gail@myrepurposedlife.net said...

great job! I love how your window turned out.
thanks for linking up and linking back to me.
gail

she wears flowers said...

Wow! This looks great!!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Love this, not a big halloween fan but love the idea and lots of possibilities. Thanks for linking up to Beyond The Picket Fence's Under $100 Party!

Debra@Common Ground said...

Love this, so very Hallow-eenie and cute! Thanks for linking up with VIF!!
xo,
Debra

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Holy Crow!!! Thats is fabulous. Really great job! You should link up to the Practical Magic Blog Party with that post. Its on my sidebar if your interested.

Linda said...

I loved your last window and I love this one, too! I'll bet this does look wonderful on your daughter's mantle!

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Pattie...

My friend, your Halloween window turned out fabulous! I bet your daughter was elated to get this...I would love to see how it looks up on her mantel! What a great and fun halloween crafting project! You did GOOD, my friend! Thanks so much for sharing this sweet post with us this week for the Sunday Favorites party!!!

Warmest autumn wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

PS...do you really think that lady was someone's mother? Hehe!

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

wow -your windows are fantastic- I love the tones you make them in. I'm in Vintage Inspiration Friday and Autumn Art Party too, isn't it fun....

Karen

Brambleberry Cottage said...

There's no shortage of solemn-faced images of old. What's up with that? Were they afraid their faces would break if they smiled? LOL

They certainly make perfect additions to your "spooky" window decorations though. :)

Thanks for linking to my party. I would love to have you join me each week.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

Rene said...

Wow! It feels really Halloweeny over here. Your blog is so festive and the music completely caught me off guard in a fun way :)

Your daughter is lucky to have that great mirror. So glad you could join the party!

Courtney {a thoughtful place} said...

How clever. I happen to have two windows just like that in the garage waiting for inspiration. Nice job!

debbies said...

Well aren't you the clever one!!! Brilliant!

3LittleByrds said...

What a great idea. I love it.

Karen- The Graphics Fairy said...

Super cute!!! This is such a great idea and it could be changed out for different holidays. So versatile!!

Bella said...

Hi Pattie, Just another fabulous creation. I could probably look like that lady in the picture, lol. I often do have that look on my face, ha ha. Loved it, everything looks great, and thanks for sharing some of the great places you find your pictures at. I am so lucky to have several of your projects linked up at my party **6 weeks 2 Spook**, Thanks again!!! Bella :)

Cassie said...

This is totally awesome!!
I love the old window!!
Glad I found you!
I would love it if you linked to my Halloween Party!
http://www.paperissues.blogspot.com/

Scrap Happy said...

Love the windows!!!! Totally awesome idea!

MommaHen said...

oo! Very cool. I love how your blog is Halloween themed. It's totally putting me in the mood for the holiday.

Ellen said...

What a wicked cool idea. I bet it looks great above your daughters mantel. Happy fall
Hugs,
Ellen

Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust said...

So-o-o fun. I really love creepy old photos for Halloween.

Warmly, Michelle

stefanie said...

LOVE IT!!!!

very merry vintage style said...

Very cool. Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!
Mary