Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Poor Mr. Bone Jangles...

The Mistress Bat and little witches have gathered together to pay their respects to poor Mr. Bone Jangles. Was he a friend or a victim? We shall never know, but may he rest in peace in this swanky little coffin. 
Our challenge this time around at Top Tip Tuesday is hosted by none other than the completely talented and creative Bettina who has chosen the theme of Halloween!  No properly decorated yard would be complete without a makeshift coffin  prop and neither would a card, so guess what? Bettina is even showcasing a tutorial on how to make this eerily awesome coffin!
I loved her tutorial so much that I decided to make one as well and placed it on a card front with some "guests" courtesy of The Graphics Fairy.  A few bits n' bobs here and there and matching flowers in all of their hands. 
 
So run, walk, or fly on over and share your ghoulishly creepy, cute, cuddly or scary Halloween projects with us.  You won't want to miss out on the prizes from our wonderful sponsors Stamp and Create and Sew Sweet!
 
Halloween!
 
Hugs n' Hauntingly Happy Stamping...
Lisa xx


22 comments:

Shahrul Niza said...

Brilliant card!!!. Lucky Mr. Jangles to have pretty creatures for friends. And swanky coffin to call home now :). Love that they all look sad, holding little white flowers. Great inspiration, Lisa!!.

Bettina L. said...

This card is absolutely freakin amazing lisa. Love the embossed design and scenery. You absolutely amaze me with your halloween projects. Completely stunning this one as well. Thanks for your lovely words too, I really really appreciate it. Big hugs Bettina xx

Tammy said...

Wow, wow, wow! Absolutely fantastic! Love all the eye-candy!

Sonia said...

Another fantastic creation dearest Lisa^_^
Wonderful details^_^
Hugs,
Sonia

Sharon Jones said...

Wow, this is such a cool card, Lisa! I love the total overall look and that coffin opening is a wonderful addition to see Mr. Bone Jangles...heehee! Love it!
Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog, also.
Hugz2u,
Sharon

Kelly Schelske said...

Oh Lisa, this is just fabulous!

Frea said...

Hi Lisa, brilliantly done! Love this, it's so original! Hugs Frea

Chrissy said...

Fabulous creation Lisa..so many wonderful details to list, just love it all..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Elaine Stark said...

A seriously spooky card, so much detail. Elaine

Sandy said...

Dem Bones .. Dem Bones .. Dem Dry Bones .... WELCOME - It's the Bewitching Hour here on SHTD (scared half to death) Radio Station FM brought to you by the Grim Sisters and their delightful mother Betty. Our hostess tonight is Lisa who delights in the macabre. The theme for tonight is "I was what you are and I am what you will be." Enjoy your evening.
BWA-ha-HA-HA-ha-Ha-HA-ha-HA!!!!!!~
Sandy






Lisa Jane said...

oh lol.. MR Bone Jangles.. and just look at the faces on those iwitches!!... priceless!
Lisa x

Marie-Louise said...

Brilliant as always.

butterfly said...

Fabulous collection of creatures and images - wowzers to the coffin too! Altogether a fantastic card, Lisa!
Alison x

Shelby said...

I just love your take on everything you do! Bone looks awesome is such a spectacular final resting place. His attendants look just as amazing!

Shelby

Anita Houston said...

Ultra cool!!! Lots going on here, a tribute to your work ethic!!! Fab job!

Kim Price said...

Such a fun card Lisa. Absolutely brilliant!

Marjorie said...

Wow hun!!! amazing card!...
Hugs,
Marjorie
xx

DesignerDiva said...

WOW! WOW! WOW!
That's all I can I'm speechless!
Hugs Laurie xx

Lori said...

Love Mr. Bone Jangles flowers and his witchy friends! You created the best coffin ever!

Tracy said...

That coffin is soooo cool! He has some creepy company but in his condition I guess any company would be welcome. LOL Another great piece form the vivid imagination of Lisa M.! So happy to be guesting for you guys this week! Hugs!

Samantha said...

Brilliant Lisa this is wow awesome! love the deep richness too, hugs me xx

Margaret said...

Oh how fun is this?! Mr. Bone Jangles is looking quite dapper in his top hat, but those ladies don't look so sorrowful to me... I'm thinking victim! I love how the white netting takes on an eerie look behind the coffin, almost ghost like! Yet another marvelous Halloween creation!
BTW-I couldn't help but snicker at RIP on the coffin...rip...I can hear the new spooky soundtrack now! hehehe!