Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Harry decided to be Satellite Man:



Yes, he had 'his surgery' last week. Doesn't he look cute in his 'lampshade?'

As I told you yesterday, I couldn't make just one witch's shoe. I made this shoe, along with a witch's hat, for my friend Lucy's daughter. You can find the witch's hat tutorial on Tami's blog.



Here's the back of the shoe:



I made a coffin and test tube treat holder for Lucy's son. You can find the coffin template on the left sidebar of Jan's blog and the test tube tutorial on Madeline's blog. I used MS test tubes, which are longer than the ones Madeline used, so I adjusted my measurements to 12" rather than 10 1/2".



Here's the inside of the coffin:




Thanks for stopping by. If you celebrate Halloween, I wish you a hauntingly good time.

9 comments:

Sharon said...

These are all great. Love the...oh who am I kidding....I love it all!

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh! These are just awesome projects! And Muffy the Boxer has her little "Spacegirl" collar because of her torn ear! What a pair these two would make!

Sharon Field / Created By You said...

Harry is too cute! Love all your great projects Lisa!!

Regina said...

Hallo, Lisa
wieder so wunderschöne Halloween-Projekte! Der Schuh ist super!

Ich hoffe, Harry hat sich von seiner OP wieder erholt!

Liebe Grüße Regina

Diana said...

Wow, your gifts are just great. I bet they loved it...
I hope you had a grea HAlloween Night.

Raissa Spatola said...

Very nice Lisa. Poor Harry! I can't believe they still have the poor dogs wearing those things! Hope your Halloween was happy!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

Poor Harry! I know how much pets hate those collars.

You really went to town on those Halloween projects. Fantastic!

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Ooooh! Very ghoulish! Lotsa wonderful ideas, Lisa! Hugs xxaxx

Beth said...

Love your witches hat Lisa great job on the instructions and that shoe is so darn cute, didn't get the coffins made they where a little to involved for the kids to do.