This month has flown by as fast as a witch on her broom! Can you believe we’ve completed 4 Terrorific Tuesdays?? Well, unfortunately this is the last Terrorific Tuesday of the year and I’d like to thank everyone who participated and shared their project or idea! Hopefully everyone had some fun and got some good traffic to their site…oh, and I also hope everyone came away from this with some positive inspiration and ideas up their sleeve for the few final days of the holiday and next year too! I wish that all my ideas could come to be by October 31st. I really do try my darndest, but I can’t do it all! I know you guys probably feel that way too! Doing a project a week is a LOT of work. All the designers and artists who participated know this…so for you non-artist or crafter types, this stuff doesn’t magically brew itself up! It’s the result of a dash of time and patience, a pinch of technical know-how, and a handful of creativity! Mix all that in with a whole lot of passion and you’ve got a wonderful brew!
So without further fanfare (and melted cheese), I present to you the fourth and final Terrorific Thursday!
Spooky Jewels Katie Hacker strings this red and black set using a Fresh resin pendant, polka dots, and metal skulls.
Fangtastic figurines Retta a.k.a. Attercat breaks out the polymer clay and whips up some glow-in-the-dark figurines.
Cool canister Serena the Crafty Mom revamps a bargain bin canister into an awesome Halloween decoration!
Gothic Pink Melissa J. Lee explores the spooky side of one of her favorite pastel colors.
“Eye”gor pin cushion Kiki of Kiki’s Craft World knits up this eye-catching pin cushion bracelet.
Stamped paper coffin Kate Pullen, the Rubber Stamping Guide at about.com folds and stamps up this little coffin box that Dracula would envy!
Fun party food ideas Amy at Living Locurto threw a Halloween party and came up with tons of great ideas for the food table including this adorable witch cake!
Double the goodness from Margot! The Impatient Crafter™’s final Terrorific Tuesday offering is a two part story of friendship, Goth Style. Here are links to see Morticia Invites Miss Havisham to Tea and The Invitation.
Spiderman pendant (but not the Spiderman you’re thinking) Kim Ripley a.k.a. Stoopidgerl pours up a glittery sweet skull and crossbones resin necklace.
Quick & easy polka dot treat cups Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner shows you how to make quick and easy Halloween treat cups sure to wow your guests!
3 brand new Halloween jewelry projects! Tammy Powley, the Jewelry Guide at About.com does an all-nighter (almost) as she pushes for a few more Halloween jewelry projects, including a super cool sterling silver spider, a glass framed mixed-media Halloween-themed pendant, and to top it off, a silver headless skeleton charm.
Fast & Fun Halloween Boa Sarah E. White, About.com’s Knitting Guide knits up this super cute boa perfect for those chilly fall nights!
Dia De Los Muertos Cigar Box Shrine Kathy Cano-Murillo a.k.a. The Crafty Chica honors the Day of the Dead with this beautiful shrine.
Happy Haunting Greeting Card Phyllis Dobbs treats us once again with this cute Halloween card, perfect for all your favorite goblins!
Gypsy Traditions Lorilyn Hurley of the Dream Life shares a touching story of her family’s love for Halloween & their passion for playing dress up at their annual party!
Boo Bucket Michelle McGee crafts up a spooky and scary bucket that will leave goose bumps on all your guests!
Vintage Postcard Banner
Kris Tuey aka: the Collage Contessa has made it official. Now you know exactly what time it is when you walk into her house. It’s HALLOWEEN time! This vintage project using fun Halloween postcards is so simple you can even entice the kids to help as well!
Fall Wall Hanging
Kim of Sew Sugary Sweet stitches this wonderful and whimsical wall hanging for her Fall Swap partner.
Honestly, this was a lot of work for me to do. I’m not sure at this point if I will do this again next year. I don’t want to say for sure yes, but it’s a possibility. I may try to do a big post around early December as well packed with great Christmas projects, but I’m afraid a project a week for December is just too much for me to coordinate. I’m sure you guys understand! If anyone has suggestions or would like to do the links and I do the graphic, I might be up for that. I just don’t think I can do it all. I’d be open to your suggestions…so e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
And in closing, I say farewell to Terrorific Tuesdays and so does my precious little black cat Pixie!
Until next time Swellions!
Pixie is STUNNING!
While I’m going to miss Terrorific Tuesdays, I also can’t wait to see what you come up with next!
Amy from Texas says
Great list as usual! Will you be depressed next week???
Alexa, I just found your blog (I actually found your list on another blog, gave them cudos of credit for all their efforts and then found out you are the original list maker!). I just wanted to say how much I loved your Terrorific Tuesday lists and wish that I had found you earlier. I do see how much work this could be, but want you to know that we absolutely love it! I really do hope you’ll do another next year. Anyway, just wanted you to know that we appreciate all the hard work! – Darcy
What a wonderful blog. Can I follow you? I’m going to look for a blogger follower thingie here.
Also, I’m going to put your kitty picture on my desktop. No! Don’t try to stop me!
Thank you! you have been so good to me this season
No, kinda relieved.
That’s so sweet of you. I may do one. I’m always inspired by Halloween crafts. I think I was just tired when I wrote the e-mail. I will def. consider for next year.
Aw thanks. You are more than welcome to use my kitty picture 🙂 She’s my baby (a scaredy baby, but that’s ok)