Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Eeek! Goblins!

They're everywhere, those pesky goblins!
Don't chase them out of your house with a broom, they will only bring their friends!
























I made this set of Goblin plaques with a lot of fun stuff from Alpha Stamps. I designed each piece with a little block glued on to the back of each one, painted the backs black so they would all look cohesive and sort of disappear.
The block is there for two reason...one is to be support for a flat piece, but the other is so that you can stack and change the pieces into lots of different configurations.
























Like this.....
Or not stack at all.
























I used a 12x12 piece of chipboard for the house shapes. (I drew templates on graph paper, then cut them out and traced around them on the chipboard)
And lots of Dresden trim. I love that stuff!

























 I cut out the wee goblins from the Goblin Labels Collage Sheet colored them with Copic markers and used foam tape to adhere them. The foam tape also gave some dimension to the little buggers.


































Stacking the house shapes gave the pieces a little excitement with the varied papers and trim.
Goblins do not like spiders.
Maybe we can make a deal......I'll get rid of the spiders and they can clean my kitchen for me.

SUPPLIES:
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Goblin Labels Collage Sheet
12x12 Chipboard
Arsenic and Lace Collections Kit Papers
Black Zig Zag Dresden Border
Baroque Dresden Borders-Black
Garden Insects Cut-Outs
Creepy Chipboard Tree Cut-Out
1 Inch Wooden Block
1-1/2 Inch Wooden Block
Bat Cut-Outs
House Trinket Shrine Kit
Copics:
Amethyst V17
Pumpkin Yellow YR15
Salad YG05
Anise YG21
Slate BV29

Black acrylic paint

5 comments:

massofhair said...

WOW, sensational 3D project, love the places your Goblins can hide lol. So much wonderful detail, thanks for the tips on how you create the shapes.

Fantastic ArT :-) xxx

Caroline Ouzts Hay said...

Oh this is super cute! Love it!

steffi said...

Loving these!! Thanks for sharing :o)

Susan ~ Killam Creative said...

This is so cute!

Connie said...

These are perfect!