September 06, 2014

Moon magic ritual for halloween night

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Hello friends!

I'm finishing the banana cream pie tutorial but in the meantime I'd like to share with you my latest creation inspired by the moon.

You'll see, my fav time of the day is ... the night. It's so silent that makes my creativity fly away.

As usual it all started with one piece, in this case it was the mirror.

The 2 candles I had them from other projects but I thought they'd look better with a retouch (and they did). The magic potion says "Moonlight dust", the label was handmade, written in my own handwriting!
The rounded piece you see is my concept idea of a "moon oracle", it has a tiny crescent moon in one of the sides ... it seems someone has been using it ....

No background ready to take pics, I was oh great, so lets see what I can do about it. I ended up doing a sort of "old moon chart" with magic words and moons everywhere (doodling with white pencil lol) and it looked good so now pics can be taken :)

Hope you like it guys, I'm doing more for Halloween plus other items too (that I'm not telling about so you can see them during October :))


A view of the complete set: potion, mirror, candles and oracle board

You can see my phone lol, I was using it to take pics :p




Thanks for looking!!



18 comments :

  1. It a beautiful magical set starting Ann! I look forward to seeing your Halloween minis!
    ~J

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    1. Thank you Jane for your compliment :) I am working in new miniature pieces atm that soon will be up at my etsy shop.

      Hugs ****
      A

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  2. Hello, read Jennifers last post and just had to pop over and see your work for myself. Your blog is full of the loveliest things and l enjoyed so much reading. I ham your newest follower. Pam x

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    1. Hello and welcome!! it's always nice being found by new people :)
      Hope you come and visit my blog again darling :)
      Thanks for your lovely comment *big smile*

      Hugs ****
      A

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  3. I love this, Ann! Very beautiful design from a "doodle" he he. I am excited that Halloween is on the way and look forward to seeing more magical creations from you. :-)
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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    1. Lisa! hello sweety!
      Doodles are te best lol, just a piece of blank paper and pencil and let it flow! I think I should scale it in 1/12 and add it to a tiny table ... mmm yea, I got another idea (lol)

      More creations coming, I've been working in new pieces including accesories for the magical people, plants (not the ordinary) and as always, food :)

      Hugs Lisa!!! ****
      A

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  4. Hi! Just found your beautiful blog through Jennifer's blog! Joinen to be your follower! Love thos tiny candles! Will be waiting to see more!
    Hugs
    Kikka

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    1. Kikka hello and welcome!!

      So you like the tiny candles? weeeell, then I add it to mu future tutorial's list :).
      Thank you for your visit!! come back soon! :)

      Hugs ***
      A

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  5. I love Halloween miniatures and yours are great. Will be looking forward for your candles tutorial.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Drora! hi! so nice to see you here! :)
      Thanks for your lovely words :) Candle tutorial on the way for all the halloween/medieval projects!!

      Hugs darling! ****
      A

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  6. Hi :) I just found you through Jennifer's blog and she was right your blog is wonderful. I also love the tiny candles and will look forward to seeing a tutorial. The moon board is magical.
    Hugs Maria

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    1. Maria welcome!
      I'm very glad that you like the candles :), tutorial on the way so that you all can make your own :)

      Hugs dear! ****
      A

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  7. I love this set, Ann! I've never seen anything like it in miniature before--super creative, you are! I'm excited to see more of your gorgeous minis throughout October and way, way into the future. Congratulations on all of your new followers--I know the numbers will keep growing and growing. xo Jennifer

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    1. Jenn! my dear dear friend!
      It all started with the mirror and from there I kept on adding pieces until i completed it :). I have more magic sets on the way ;)

      And guess what Jenn? banana cream pie tutorial is almost done here yay!

      Thanks for your support and friendship darling :)
      Hugs ***
      A

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  8. Hi Ann! I've never seen a moon board like this before, it is wonderful. I like those candles too, the whole makes a beautiful set, Ann :D! You have plans for a tutorial? Wow, that is a great idea.
    Hugs Ilona

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    1. Ilona hello! :)
      It makes me really happy that you like my moon magic ritual board :)
      I'm about to upload in a while a banana cream pie tutorial. I'm writing down all requests :) and yours is included :)

      Hugs Ilona! and thank you very much for coming by!!
      A

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  9. Me encanta lo bien que te ha quedado! Que ganas de ver más!
    Besos
    Candy:)

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