Monday, October 29, 2012

Day 30 of the 31 Days of Halloween

I never meant to have to post the attics but now that I've seen the photo of the whole house, it's just as well I am posting them - lots of detail lost in the house photo. Anyway, they are kind of lame. My fingers just won't do the tiny stuff and this time it's not because I'm old. I never could hold onto miniature stuff. For tiny, please click on Black Dragon in the blogroll and have a look around. Okay, enough chatter!


The stamp, and there's only one, is the surprised dunce/student in the bottom one. He's from Stamp Camp. The white things are PS brushes onto the photo - it just looked so bare. My favorite part is the drunken skellie telling the pumpkin stack what a great pal he is! The webby mist was a last minute thing to stuff in because they looked empty although I had put in what I thought would fit!

The hop continues at the beautiful blog of Lisa or if you are finally willing to take a look at the fabulous Halloween creations of the Wicked Bloggers, click on Terra's name in the blogroll -----> Thanks for stopping by and a special thanks if you took the time to leave me a bit of a comment! We all love getting them - you know it's true!

17 comments:

Candace Jedrowicz said...

Eeee! So fun!

DonnaMundinger said...

Your miniature work looks fab to me! love this! xxD

Pam Schmidt said...

Amazing. I love the toys in the attic. Thank you for sharing a part of yourself and your art.

silvia said...

Very cool!! LOVE the skellies!!

Kristina said...

LOL! Drunk skeleton making out w/ a pumpkin stack! Love your project!
Peace
Kristy

xfilekc said...

Such a great idea, the drunk skeletons hanging out in the attic. That's where all those noises come from.

Celeste said...

The attic is awesome! I have so enjoyed your house project! I think the drunken pumpkin is a riot!

Jane said...

I love your minature work all the rooms of your house are awesome
hugs xxx

~Lady B~ said...

Too frickin' fab and funny! You are my Halloween hero! BTW...I need to learn how to use image brushes come November if you are still up to teaching me :) Your work, as always, is amazing!

monique said...

these are awesome specially the attic with the skellies

Julia said...

Love this. There are so many little details.
Hugs,
Julia

Carla said...

Great attic scenes...love the details and the little student too!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Fabulous attic additions to your house! Love everything!

ScrappingBeauty said...

Nowxwe know what is going "bump"in the attic lol great job!

Steph said...

Amazing! so much details even for the teeny tiny attic. Fabulosu work!

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Fantastic! I love those little attic rooms and the skellies are fab
Lindsay xx

Dieverdog said...

Oh these would have been too good to have left out! They are crammed with tiny awesomeness! I love the "stale Candy Corn" bag (I think it often tastes stale even when it's new LOL). And all those teeny-tiny treasures! I can see why it was a challenge to get them in there! What did you do, resort to tweezers? The skellies are fabulous and I love the toys in the other attic as well... Bravo, bravo on this one!!!!