Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Something wicked (awesome) this way comes!

Remember all those spiderwebs I was quilting? 



I've been just dying to show you my Coffin quilt, inspired by our fabulous blog hop hostess with the mostest, Madame Samm.


You probably recognize the pattern: Oh Fransson's New Wave Ghastlies style.  
  

It looked perfectly ghoulish hanging out in the cemetery!

  
But since I really am sick with the Ghastly flu I couldn't stop with just this!  I had to go on and create my
Ghastly Family Portraits.

 
If you came to visit me at home on any ordinary day, (assuming I'd removed all the clutter) this would be the view when I greeted you at the door...


but this Halloween it's looking rather Ghastly: )


My insanely creative friend Aimee at Salt Marsh Designs came up with this fabulous idea of framing these like family portraits.  I just had to take it a step further and created these wall hangings complete with creepy victorian wallpaper and quilted wainscotting to showcase my portraits.  Each panel is actually a slipcover so I just slid them over the pictures that were already hanging there. 

  


Where I usually hang a seasonal quilt I framed up the vintage Unhappy Hour print I found. 


I swear the eyes follow you as you go up the stairs: ) 


Thank you all for visiting!  Don't forget to leave a comment here to be entered for the giveaways and check out all the other ghastly creations on the blog hop... if you dare;-)


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           Mrs. Katherine Ghastlie              

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211 comments:

  1. OHHHHHH My Goodness....ok, sometime soon I will pick up my jaw from the floor...really Sistah Ghastlie..your quilt my goodness...breath taking..your wall hangings..well what can I add..
    they just are picture perfect...LISTEN you ladies just swell my heart..yes you do...mufffle muffle....xx

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  2. ps. the cemetary photo...PERFECTION lol

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  3. love your quilt and wow your house it totally ghastly, enjoying the hop so much

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  4. A PERFECT quilt for the Ghastlie fabric, showcased in the perfect setting. The wallpaper fabric you chose as the backdrop for your "family portraits" couldn't have been better. REALLY enjoying your ghastly creations...

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  5. Awesome projects! Great work! Love the quilt! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  6. All your “Ghastlie” projects are fabulous! great work…thanks for sharing!

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  7. Great ideas here. Love the way you have planned the framed ghastlies as sleeves to go over your existing pictures. Wonderful!

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  8. Wow!!!
    I love all of your Ghastlie projects - you have been busy!!

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  9. Your "Ghastlie" quilt is wonderful. Love the pattern!!

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  10. Love your work. It all looks so good on the walls. I have just the spot for one of these

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  11. Very nice job on the portraits. Love the "wallpaper".

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  12. Well, you have decorated well for my halloween birthday. I really love that spider web quilting design too.

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  13. This a fabulous, very creative!

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  14. The quilt is totally beyond belief, but I do believe! Your clever photography adds to the wonder of it all. Glad I stopped by and saw some more portraits too!

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  15. What a brilliant idea to make these to slip right over your existing pictures. Oh and I adore your quilt!! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  16. How clever to slip-cover already-hung pictures!! And -Wow!- The Ghastlies sure look great in your entry. Also, I really, really love your coffin quilt. Perfect quilting on it. :)

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  17. Lovely family hanging in your hall. One can only imagine the history those portraits hold!

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  18. Lovely family hanging in your hall. One can only imagine the history the portraits could share! So cute!

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  19. love the quilt. and the portrait wall. thanks for sharing pics of it in your home.

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  20. Thank you for the chance.Great projects.

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  21. I love the quilt but even more so that quilting job!! Fantastic!!

    And your foyer is so clever!

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  22. Very clever portrait gallery! And a great use of that pattern - it really does look like coffins!

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  23. FIrst off I love the quilting on the coffin quilt, great job! It's a perfect fit with the Ghastlies. I'm going to be brave and try it myself, maybe on a mug rug first;-)
    And the Ghastlies in frames is fantastic, but made even better with the wallpaper background and then the wainscoting. Awesome!

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  24. Luv the quilt!! It is nice to see every ones ideas.

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  25. Absolutly love you 'Ghastlie' quilt and portraits. Where did you find the 'Un-happy Hour' panel? Love it. Thanks for shareing.

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  26. Great ideas and I LOVE that quilt!

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  27. Your quilt is fantastic, and I love the family portraits.

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  28. Not only am I in love with your quilt, I'm in love with the quilting!! Great job and I love the portraits.. I think that's what I'm doing next with my Ghastlie fabric! Ms. Carrie Ghastlie

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  29. I love that you made a quilt with the fabric! Awesome use of a cemetery as a backdrop, too. :)

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  30. Beautiful quilt, love the spiderweb quilting! Perfect pattern choice!

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  31. Absolutely beautiful quilt. Made me laugh to see it was actually hanging on a cemetery fence.

    Thank you for sharing!

    Carrie

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  32. Love love love all these. I am in awe.

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  33. Ingenious idea to hang over current pictures! Love it!

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  34. LOVE your quilt, and the idea for using slipcovers for the pictures is pure genius!
    Mrs. Melinda Ghastlie

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  35. Your quilt is absolutely spookalicious! The wall hanging absolutely genius! Now I'm in the mood to decorate!

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  36. Love the coffin quilt. My first thought before I read anything is "this looks like coffins", LOL.

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  37. Madame Samm sure can pick 'em--I've seen more to invigorate my creativity than should be legally possible! I love the wainscoting-ingenious!

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  38. Your spider web quilting is amazing!
    Susanne

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  39. Your quilt is adorable, but those family portraits going up the stairs are just too funny! I love em!

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  40. Those are all so wonderful! I may have to make a quilt just like that. Those wall portraits are such a great idea, too. If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then be prepared for me to do some imitating.

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  41. these are AWESOME gastly! new follower :-)

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  42. great! my e-mail senioritassss@gmail.com
    i haven't blog

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  43. Love your wall paper and frames - so perfect! But that quilt!!! Such a perfect way to use Elizabeth's pattern - they really do look like coffins! And of course, fabulous spider webs - i really should give them a try.

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  44. Wonderful! Sew creative, love it ALL. Ghastlie spider quilting. Thanks for participating! ;->

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  45. OMG!! I love your pictures - and how the bottom gray fabric looks soo much like bead board!!!

    And your Coffin Quilt?? I {heart} it!! I would love to try a quilt with that pattern!!

    You did a GREAT job!!

    Hugs ~~ Ms. Suz Ghastlie

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  46. Love the wall hangings..what a hoot!
    Your quilt is beautifully done. Love the spider webs.

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  47. I can´t even tell you how much I love your quilting! It´s awesome. I wish I could quilt like this...
    Great job!!

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  48. I am having SEW much fun with this - interesting how you ladies have all done such differnt projects with the same collection!

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  49. Just super quilting on your Coffin Quilt. I had to browse your previous posts to see some other wonders and the process of these delightfully ghastly projects. Now a frame slip cover is just the ticket - no extra work moving things - love it. Just a fun visit today and thank you for sharing.

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  50. That quilt is awesome! I like your idea for the pictures too, what a great way to decorate.

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  51. Love the quilt and your spiderwebs on it. Very fitting. What a great idea to make your portraits as slip covers. Your happy hour fabric was cracking me up. Great job.

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  52. Love your quilt and your wallhangings are a great idea. The quilting on your quilt is wonderful. Love the spiderwebs.

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  53. That quilt is amazing. And those picture slip covers are such a great idea for any holiday. I am going to remember that one!

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  54. Love the creative ideas on the entry wall hangings. The guilt is spectacular.

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  55. What came out of my mouth when I saw that spiderweb quilting? WOW! and more WOW! I LOVE the slipcover idea and will definitely be using that one in the future. It will be so much easier to decorate for any holiday instead of taking the old pictures down. Thanks for the idea.

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  56. Love your quilt...it looks awesome hanging in the cemetery! The spider web quilting looks great! clever idea for the wall hangings too! Thanks for sharing.

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  57. Wow I just love the quilt and for it to be hanging in the cemetary was just perfect. The entry to your homw is just an eye opener. You have done wonderful with the ghastlies and the quilting on your quilt was just perfect. Thanks for the peeks.....

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  58. WOW! Seriously impressed! Love the portraits and the way you have hung them. Love it!

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  59. Yep a perfect family photo wall for Halloween...and the QUILT is Awesome

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  60. Very cool. And when you are done with them, I bet you could open it back up and make a quilt. Great idea! Thanks for the chance.

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  61. The more I see...the more I see, I must get in on the FUN!!

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  62. Yay, you did spiderweb quilting too! I love the new wave quilt in these prints so fun! And how smart to take pictures in the cemetery! Brilliant idea making slipcovers for your already hanging picture frames! Great job!!! =)

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  63. Love the coffin quilt!!! And your portrait quilts are great too!!!

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  64. Loved the spiderweb quilting on that great quilt and loved the photo in the cemetery .Great projects.

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  65. What a unique and creative approach - just fits in with your scheme of things. Love, love it from JudyC Ghastlie

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  66. What a fabulous quilt! Love the photos also.

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  67. I love your spiderwebs....just awesome all the things you did.....

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  68. Your family gallery is just wonderful - what a cute idea. And that coffin quilt is over the top! blessings, marlene

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  69. Love the quilt! The spiderweb quilting is amazing!

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  70. Absolutely loving your quilt - so beautiful and a great way to showcase those fabrics!

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  71. Wonderful wallhangings! I am especially jealous of the Unhappy Hour panel.

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  72. Those are so cool! This whole blog hop makes me want to spend the next three months stitching away like a madwoman. Thanks for sharing!

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  73. AWESOME Alice! Love the photo op in the cemetery!

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  74. You do such beautiful work! I wish I were looking over your sholder. Fun wall-hangings!

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  75. Wow! What a great idea. Your quilt at the beginning....that quilting is fabulous! I keep noticing a spider web theme with a lot of the Ghastlie projects. Just lovely.

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  76. Love your "family" portraits. Funny how they look so different towards the end of October! Great job. Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  77. What a great idea to make slip covers to just 'slip' over the existing pictures! Your family portraits look fabulous :)

    Tracey
    thepeonyteacup.blogspot.com

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  78. I too love the idea of slip covers for existing pictures on the wall. I must make a few of those. I love you Ghastlie's sistah's.

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  79. wonderful - such a great idea of the portrait slip covers. Thank you.

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  80. Your wallhangings certainly do change the look of your home!! Wonderful!

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  81. I love the family portrait idea!!!!!!! I think I see some of my own family in those! :-) Thanks for the give away!

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  82. You are so clever - i love the coffin quilt and the portraits! thanks so much!

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  83. How fun this was! Cute, cute (in a ghastly way, of course)!! :)

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  84. Of course the quilt is lovely (in a creepy sort of way), but the portraits ads so much halloween fun to your decor. I like the "slipcover" idea! That way you don't have to find someplace to store the pictures you'd have to take down.

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  85. I love the Ghastlie look to your decorating!!! Those are great ideas and I am a Halloween fan when it comes to decorating my house. My grandchildren are not fans!!!!

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  86. I love your quilt, great pattern to work with the fabrics and your take on the framed family is wonderful.

    Debbie

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  87. I love your idea of the slip covers. I hope you don't mind if I borrow your idea not only for Halloween but other holidays.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  88. Your quilt is so cute, and the entry wall hangings too!

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  89. Oh I LOVE the slipcover wallhangings! Is there a tutorial for doing those somewhere??

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  90. Like Laine, I like the slip cover idea. But I LOVE the family portraits and Unhappy Hour picture.

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  91. Perfect quilting for this fabric and the pattern is great too.

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  92. For me, the quilted wainscotting is the icing on the cake!!! Love this post.

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  93. I love your quilt and the portraits are to die for

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  94. I love that quilt!!! And the wall portraits are great!!!

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  95. Such creative ideas, gal.
    Love this family
    hugs

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  96. Love the quilt and all those spider webs!!!!

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  97. Oh My Word!!! Your new wave quilt Ghastlie style is awesome!
    Paula

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  98. I just love the pictures!! very very cute!!

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  99. Love it! Love, Love, Love the idea!

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  100. Ohhhhhhhhhhhh you made me laugh so hard....I love it all!!!! The quilting on the coffin quilt is fantastic....and the family portraits; well I can't say enough good about them all...love it!!!

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  101. At the graveyard!! Creepy fun!! You have a strange but loving family!!!

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  102. your quilt is AMAZING! oh, i love it, i really really do! i bought the cutting templates for that quilt ages ago, but i still haven't made it... now i'm itching to dig them out!

    the picture slipcovers are an awesome idea, and they look fabulous! whenever i see ideas for seasonal frames online, i always think "but where do you store the ones you took down? my apartment isn't that big!". this doesn't require extra storage space!

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  103. I love your new wave in Ghastlies, also your wall decor.

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  104. Love the family portraits, and the fact that they are slipcovers and you just hung them over the existing pictures -- genius! And somehow, your new wave quilt suddenly makes me feel like mine is so ordinary and plain. lol Love your Ghastlie work! :)

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  105. Love the family portrait slip covers! What a smart idea!

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  106. What a great idea to put seasonal hangings over your pictures! Your ghastlies are priceless!

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  107. Beautiful quilt! I love the new wave being interpreted as a coffin, and photographs at the cemetery are a great idea!

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  108. Love the cemetery photo! and the family portraits are great the way you did them. Great ideas. Thanks for the post today.

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  109. Slip-covered Portraits, that's genius! I made portrait placemats...love the idea of hanging them like this!

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  110. Your ghastlie quilt is WOW! You couldn't have found a better place to photograph it - oh so creepy and ghastlie. Love your idea about slipcovers for the picture frames you already had there.

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  111. Love the quilt in the cemetery and your slipcovers are a great seasonal accent.

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  112. What a Ghastlie blog!! loved your quilt and thanks tor the great decorating ideas!!

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  113. Your quilt is amazing. Love the pic slipcovers too!!

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  114. Amazingly Ghastlie, my dear! I love the detail of the wainscoting on the bottom of the ghastlies going up the wall. You are so creative. Thank you for sharing!

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  115. I would Freak out if the eyes were following me!

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  116. I LUVVVVVVVV that quilt. It came out so awesome and the Ghastlie fabric was just perfect for that type of pattern. Great Job Ghastlie Sistah. :) The portraits were a cool idea too. They make a quick Halloween decoration now and they show off the family so well. When you said the eyes follow you as you walk, that made me think of the Haunted Mansion ride in Disney World. :)

    Ms. Jen Ghastlie

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  117. Beautiful and ghastlie all at once! I loved your Dirty little secret too! So, much talent! I'm jealous!

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  118. I am in awe of your Ghastlie Coffin quilt and the fabulous wainscotted portraits you have created. Very clever and amazing. This is such a Super Party and thank you for showing your talents...

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  119. The New Wave Ghastlies is absolutely the most awesome Ghastlies project I've seen yet. I can hardly wait to try it! I guess that would mean I'd need some Ghastly fabric. Must get on that.

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  120. What cool ideas! I love the coffin quilt and the family portraits. That's such a creative way to use the Ghastlie fabric.

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  121. Amazing, stunning, marvelous are just a few words that come to mind.

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  122. That is creepy that they watch you climbing the stairs, but I love the tombstone quilt label! Thanks for sharing!

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  123. Love your Ghastlie entrance way!! Perfect!
    Paulette

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  124. Spooky entrance to your home, now, with the Ghastlies watching everyone! LOL Love your quilt-- the spiderweb quilting is just awesome!

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  125. Brilliant! I love that they slip over the pictures.

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  126. What a clever way to decorate using this fabric! Thanks for sharing this idea...

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  127. The slip covers are masterpieces. Awesome display. The quilt is fabulous, love the fussy cutting!

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  128. thanks for showing us your project you done with the fabric love the coffin quilt

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  129. What an awesome quilt and love the way your portraits are slip covers!

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  130. wow that is quite the Ghastlie quilt! Great work. Love the pictures too. Making them as a slip cover is just genius!

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  131. your quilt and your quilting is fantabulous!!! And the wall-hangings are do DIE for! hehe. I'm really enjoying the blog hop so far!!!

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  132. You know, I've seen the New Wave pattern before and it didn't look like coffins until just now. I love the idea of slipcovering a picture too. Your entrance looks ghastly now, and I mean that in a good way. LOL.

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  133. I am totally blown away by the creativity displayed by all in this blog hop. Must be something about those Ghastlies!

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  134. OMG the quilt and the quilting, sheer perfection in such a ghastlie way!! And then the portraits completely matching your decor. Typing in a Vineint Price laugh here.

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  135. I love the new wave quilt and it looks AMAZING with the ghastlies! The portraits are ingenious - especially being able to slip them over the pictures already there. Love it!

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  136. What a great idea to make slip covers for your wall art. Love it.

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  137. What a great idea. I love the Ghastlie family wallhangings. This hop is so much fun. Thanks

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  138. Your coffin quilt is A-MAZING! The spider web quilting is stunning! Such talent and inspiration on this blog hop - love your portraits too :)

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  139. Just brilliant to make slipcovers! These are amazing.

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  140. OK I love the coffin quilt and slip covers! Amazing ideas for this fabric!

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  141. I love what you made especially the quilt and that great unhappy hour print.

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  142. Clever idea for decorating your stairs! Hope you're have a ghastlie good time visiting everyone's blogs...come see me tomorrow!

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  143. Slipcovering the pictures--such a clever idea! The ghastlie fabric looks great in your Oh Fransson New Wave too! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  144. Love the slip covers they are amazing! You did such a great job. Haven't seen the last piece before it was crazy and your right their eyes following your everywhere!

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  145. Love the quilt! That slipcover idea is great! Could work year round for holidays!

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  146. The portraits look great. Nicely done, and they do look spooky.

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  147. Gore-geous Ghastly wall hanging slipcovers!

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  148. Love it - my son would love to have these to decorate for Halloween, he thinks every surface should have something black on it. Well done!

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  149. I love the portraits. WHat a wonderful idea and to cover up the other pictures instead of trying to find a place to put them until after the season.

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  150. What a great idea to slipcover the pics!

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  151. Fantastic! I am in love!!! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  152. I love your coffin quilt. Appeals to my sense of "the Macabre"! Cheers, Dianne

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  153. That is truly awesome. I would hang those on my staircase year round.

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  154. I absolute adore your new wave quilt! Just wonderful for keeping warm on a spooky Ghastlie filled night! Now, slipcovering your pictures! THAT IS BRILLIANT! You are a Ghastlie Star!

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  155. Wow - such amazing projects. I especially like your quilt - wonderful job with the spiderweb quilting too :)

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  156. I love the quilt and the spider webs quilting is perfectly creepy and crawly!!

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  157. Your cleverness leaves me breathless.

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  158. Perfect entrance for the ghastlies! Thanks for sharing it.

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  159. wow - love the quilt and those portraits are fabulous - I'm getting so many great ideas from this blog hop - thanks

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  160. I'm in total awe of the creativity of this group! I totally LOVE your pictures going up the stairs. I bet the eyes DO follow you! Making slipcovers to cover your regular pictures is just the most. Love the cemetary photo. PERFECT for your creations. I'm having so much fun with this blog hop!

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  161. Oh, that Coffin Quilt id to die for!!! [hahaha! - sheepish smile:)] What a great idea usint the print for portrait covers - adorable! All of these make me smile!

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  162. Cute quilt! I definitely like the Ghastlies decor.

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  163. Great idea to make slipcovers for existing pictures! Brilliant!

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  164. The quilt is beautiful and love the pictures. They have such character. Thanks for sharing.
    CJ in NC

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  165. LOVE the quilt. LOL when I saw the cemetary photo. But your family photo gallery is over the top! and making them 'slip covers', how very creative! Glad I came for a visit.

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  166. That photo gallery is awesome. How fun. It's always fun to dress the different areas of the house up for the holidays. I decorated every room in my house when my boys were smaller and honestly miss doing all that. I just can't do all that any longer but sure would if my body would allow me to. It's great to have the change once in awhile and the Ghastlies are perfect for what you've done. Great job.

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  167. Love the slipcover idea - so easy to change around the decor. Now to just find the time to create some fantastic coverups.

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  168. Love the photo gallery! You had me laughing sew hard!

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  169. Absolutely the cutest! Love the pattern you used for your quilt - it is the perfect coffin to show off those Ghastlies! And the family portraits - perfection!

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  170. Those projects are positively Ghastlie....lol I love them.

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  171. Love your wall hangings. Thanks for the idea of slipping them over existing picture frames.

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  172. The family portraits are delightful, but I'm cackling to myself over here that you took pics of that gorgeous quilt in a cemetery!

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  173. Wow all the creativity that has come up in theses blogs are so inspiring. The family portraits are so cute and I love the coffin quilt. Sandra

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  174. Fun idea to frame them- very festive.

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  175. Your portraits are awesome - what a great idea to make them as slipcovers! Thanks.

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  176. What a great idea, your picture cover pictures. Great quilt, too.

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  177. I love the way you transformed your home for Halloween!

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  178. Wow, I love the quilt and frames! What a great idea for hanging up "pictures" without having to worry about finding room, putting in extra nails, etc. I never would've thought of slipcovers...genious :) Thanks for sharing!

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  179. The coffin quilt is ghastly cute. Great job. Thanks for sharing your creations

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  180. What a lovely quilt! I love the spider web quilting. And what a great idea to make picture slip covers! Great way to decorate for all the seasons. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  181. Your slipcover idea was a winner! Your Ghastlie portrait gallery is fantastic!!

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  182. Your picture covers are very creation idea and I just love love this fabric. Where can you buy this fabric?

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  183. I like how you showed your before and after entrance area, very cool! My husband wouldn't want that, ha! But I'm the wife and tend to have my way sometimes.

    Thanks, and following you! :)

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  184. okay, I absolutely LOVE that your ghastlies are in their own little frame. what a perfect way to display this family. really makes me feel like home :)

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  185. What a nice way to use these fabrics! Looks great. Thanks!

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  186. Fantastic wall hangings and absolutely love the quilt! I would never have thought of using a'coffin' pattern! Thank you for sharing your ghastlie flue!

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  187. Wow. You ladies are all uber talented. I've looked at the Halloween fabrics, and wondered what I would do with them. What ideas I have now! I'm still a wantobe (with a 4wk old grandson--busy sewing for him right now), but just wait till next year!

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  188. The wall hangings are incredible. You out did yourself. Such an inspiration

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  189. This fabric has been so much fun to see! love that quilt!

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  190. Your coffin quilt is magnificent! I am just in awe of everyone's clever designs! Love your family portraits as well!!!!

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  191. How wonderfully clever to make seasonal coverings for your pictures. I love your coffin quilt, especially the photo in the cemetery.

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  192. Priceless! I wish I could ring your doorbell right now.

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