Thursday, September 16, 2010

Mirror Mirror


Mirror Mirror on the wall. Who's the scariest one of all?
I couldn't resist stamping the new Halloween images along with a few old favorites on an old vintage mirror I picked up at an Estate sale.
I used the newest Haunted Halloween plate and Vintage Halloween plate from Artistic Outpost. and it all hangs from some of the cool new Ribbon also available from Artistic Outpost
in that perfect Fall Color. I added an old skeleton key and a fun little spell tag.

34 comments:

Sue said...

Whoa Lynn what a great idea stamping onto an old mirror, it looks brilliant.......something else to look for when I go junk shopping!

Sandi said...

This is "ooky, spooky spectacular" - love it! Thanks for sharing..

Sarah said...

Amazing!! You can even breathe new life into grubby old mirrors. This is awesome, Lynn.

Outofmymind said...

So awesome, you have inspired me.

Janet Ghio said...

That is very cool on the mirror!

Jocelyn said...

OHHHHHHH this is awesome...I love it and the idea of using a mirror from an estate sale....PERFECT!!!

Wishing you a great day!!!

Terry said...

Amazing!!! Love the effect you achieved with the mirror! Love this!!

Linda Robinson said...

How cool is that.. I would have never thought of stamping on a mirror.. VERY COOL. I love how it turned out

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

love the mirror effect.....spooky indeeeeeed..

Anonymous said...

What a brilliant idea - an old mirror turned into a useful objet d'art. I'll keep this in mind as I search estate sale. lol. All your work inspires me, TFS.
Vicki B in OP NY

Kathy Eddy said...

Oh this is just too fun Lynn. Great idea!

Toni said...

Lynn... this is a wonderful idea !!!! where did you get that adorable spell tag? Great job !!!!

agypsyangel said...

Lynn,
That is such a great idea. I havent even thought of that. Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great day :)
Hugs,
Kim

Evelyn S. said...

I love the spooky background and that pop of color on the witch(?). What a great idea, Lynn!

June said...

Hi Lynn wow this is very haunting. a beautiful wall hanging.
hugs June xxxxxx

Jingle said...

This is brilliant! What a fantastic piece!

Helen said...

I love this, those birds are great - but a bit spooky/scary! ~Very Hitchcock!

Healing Woman said...

Clever idea Lynn. Even the ones with the backing chipping off would work. Thanks!

stampdiva said...

Totally cool project. Love your Hallowe'en art. Lynne M x

Netty said...

How I love looking at blogs as have learn't so much through them. Again I have learn't you can stamp on mirrors, thank you Lynn you are an inspiration. This is terrific, love it. Annette x

JoAnne said...

How very cool! I WANT IT!!!!!!!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Lynn,
this is just brilliant, love it!
Have a great evening.
Hugs,
Marie

Createology said...

Very cool idea and I love the end result. Happy haunting indeed...

Christine said...

Love this!!! You are so creative. I would never think of this.

I just won this set at the store I shop at most of the time and hope to get creative with it today. I'm cleaning house today. Yuck!

Lori said...

Wow! Very cool! What a brilliant idea! Those stamps are awesome. Ok, my question is, how did you take the picture without seeing yourself in the mirror? lol!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

How kewl.....another genius moment GF!

Hels Sheridan said...

You converted me... I LOVE Hallowe'en now hun ;O)) Fab altered mirror... am off to make something spooky now LOL xx

BEAR's Mom said...

Just the thing Morticia Munster has hanging in her foyer...

A.W.E.S.O.M.E. Lynn :D

HUGS ~victoria~

Pam Kellogg said...

Beautiful Lynn! So creative. Do you use a special ink? Just wondering how permanent it is.

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Lynn,
I love this piece...adorable for Halloween!!! I have something I wanted you to take a quick look at, so when you get a chance, please pop over to my blog.
Hugs,
Cindy

Lorraine said...

scary but nice..have a good weekend..I like the effects you have got on the mirror..alcohol inks?

Kim Dellow said...

Love it Lynn! Nice and spooky! Kim

Linda Ledbetter said...

This is one of the most amazing works of art I've ever seen, Lynn! You come up with the most ingenious ideas, and always pull them off perfectly!

2amscrapper said...

ooooh--I love this effect!

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