2.12.2013

Bloody Valentine Blog Hop - 2013 - Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of the BLOODY VALENTINE HOP! My offering for today is an altered cigar box. I started this a loooong time ago and just couldn't get it to where I wanted it to be...but alas, I have run out of time! I wanted to add some more red to this, but I couldn't find any red paint! LOL. Oh well... This altered box was created using gesso, moulding paste, bits of jewelry, keys, a wood burning tool, acrylic paint, spray inks, distress inks.....etc, etc, etc. I have yet to fill it with something wonderfully creepy...I'll be sure to share when I do!














Now - Off you go! Hop on over to Shell's blog to see her wonderful creation!



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9 comments:

  1. Wow, I love the alterations on that cigar box. I have one I've been wanting to altered so loved seeing all of the steps1

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  2. Fabulous transformation Tori! Love how it turned out and can't wait to see how creepy the inside gets ;0)

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  3. Wow Tori!!! What an amazing transformation! Love all the texture and embellishments! You rocked this cigar box!

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  4. wow amazing box, looooove it lots

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  5. Beautiful job. I love it and I must admit it turned out different than what I thought it would at first. It is beautiful and a wonderful keepsake.
    susan s

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  6. Absolutely beautiful and intricate altered cigar box. I have a wood cigar box I've been saving for a special occasion. I'm so inspired!

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  7. Coooool - what an amazing finish. That really rocks !!! x

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  8. I love the finish, do I see a bit of paint bubbling there? I love that efffect when you use a hot gun to dry paint :D totally fab piece xx

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  9. your altered cigar box is wickedly cool! Awesome work!

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