Sunday, September 14, 2008

Headless Lady Part 2!

Happy Sunday!!
Remember my headless latte lady from the previous post?
She is finished!!

Here is the picture in the Hallmark magazine.

Here is my lady!!

Like I said before, there weren't many directions. The only direction for the hat was to use a paper cup and gauze. This is what I came up with. I love the way she turned out!! (Click to enlarge)
She is pretty spooky at night.


I hadn't tried a project like this one before.

There is one more I want to try in this issue as well. It's a Cinderella coach. We shall see what happens with that one.

Have a great week! I will be extremely busy this week creating some Halloween items for an order I received. I hope I can get around to visit, but if I don't get a chance, I will be thinking of you all.
Love,
Rosemary

21 comments:

TattingChic said...

She looks perfectly spooky!

Stink Bone Jones said...

You did a fabulous job! Looks just like the picture!

Simply Me Art said...

She looks Great!! Hopefully Amanda will be Happy cuz she is Scary looking!! Have a good week creating

Mermaid Queen said...

Great job Rosemary, she looks just like the magazine photo. It must look spooky when the pumpkin is lit. Have a great week, and don't work too hard!
martha

Valarie said...

Rosemary...that turned out wonderful!! I saw the article for the Cinderella coach, and was going to make it for a "Cinderella" party that my cousin is having for her daughters Birthday! I was going to do the pumpkin white though!! Let me know if you have any advice for me!!
XXOO Valarie

Sarah B. said...

I love that magazine...and my husband and I wanted to try this out. Glad to see that we aren't the only people that LOVED this little headless lady. Yours turned out great!

Linda said...

She is wonderful...great finish! Hugs, Linda

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

This is great, Rosemary. I bet she is spooky at night!

~SkullBlossom~ said...

I like, I like. Yours has even more of an old-fashioned look to her -- congratulations on your creation!

Susie Q said...

She is absolutely frightening! I love what you are able to create.

I just picked up this magazine and Grace and I want to make one of those Jack O Lanterns! It was full of super ideas.

Hope all is well...thinking about you!

Love,
Sue

Donna O. said...

Great job on her, Rosemary! I think she should stay all year long!! Just change her up for all the different holidays!!
D.

The Old Painted Cottage said...

This turned out fabulous, Rosemary. I love how incredibly creative you are!

oxox
Jennifer

Shabbee Chick said...

That thing is hi-larious!!!!

Shabbee Chick said...

O yes, hi-larious in a ca-yute way! She is awesome! I might copy her!!!! You are so creative!

Ginger said...

Awesome like yours better than the hallmark mag.
Your so great and clever.
lol hugs ginger
p.s.
come on join that zombie jar swap we might be parter's if were lucky.

Amanda said...

Wow, that is really cool! You did a great job. :)

Liz said...

You are the only woman in the world that can replicate a Halloween set-up from the Hallmark magazine! :)

Looks fab!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

That's great! Everytime I see Halloween decorations I now think of you! You are the Queen of Halloween!

ArtsyMama said...

This is wonderful. Love it!!!
Kari

KARA said...

oh how scarey
I see your house is looking very festive as always.
xox

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Totally chic and goolish at the same time!!!!

xo