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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Turning Halloween ON with a Custom Ghoulish Light Switch for Amazing Mold Putty and Creative Paperclay® Bloghop


It's finally Saturday and WELCOME to my stop on the HOP! Thanks for stopping by. This Bloghop starts at the Creative Paperclay® blog and wrap up at the Amazing Mold Putty Blog ... and inbetween there will tons of HALLOWEEN inspiration using both Amazing Mold Putty and Creative Paperclay®. There are even prizes to be won!!! CLICK HERE to get back to the beginning for all the details.


Yesterday, I had a featured how-to over at the Amazing Mold Putty Blog - and today I'm sharing my finished ghoulish lightswitch plate! CLICK HERE to see the complete HOW-TO. While cutting out the holes I dropped my lightswitch plate and one of the corners broke off... woo-hoo... a creative opportunity!!!
BEFORE...


The TRICK...cast a light switch plate using Amazing Mold Putty and cast in Creative Paperclay®. The TREAT: here's a special coupon for Amazing Crafting Products...enjoy!!!

Use coupon code AMP20 to receive 20% off your order.
Coupon expires - Sept 30, 2012

AFTER...


I really love the distressed plaster texture that you get from the Creative Paperclay®. I'm getting an early start on making these since I have to make several of these blanks to be decorated by my nieces and their friends at their annual Halloween birthday bash. This is going to be so fun for them. Have a fabulously creative day! Sb : )

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19 comments:

  1. Wow that switch plate looks amazing! Love all the detail on here. (PS. The link from Creative Paperclay takes us to a page not found here on your blog)

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  2. How cool! I love the texture!

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  3. The light plate is fantastic.... what a great idea... I may be afraid to turn on the lights!!!! TFS!

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  4. Wow, that's amazing!! Isn't it neat how sometimes a mistake can just make the project too?? Great job!

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  5. Absolutely love your creation and it is funtionally too!!! So creative!!! I'm a new follower too.

    Tonya-Mscraftyt

    http://creativeaddictiontopaper.blogspot.com/


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  6. super clever idea! love the way you adapted to the mini-disaster! it really does have a creepy looking finish!

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  7. what a great idea ....bwhahaha then I could watch my girls jump when they felt the spidee in the dark lol

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  8. This is really cool and I love your fix on the broken part..very creative!!

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  9. Love the switch plate - I might have to make one of those!

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  10. This is wonderful, I'm going to try this. Thanks for the great idea.

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  11. thanks for sharing.

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