It's that time of the year when the bewitching hour is approaching!
Yes, it's time for our annual Halloween challenge at Try it on Tuesday, so please join us with your spooky or scary makes.
I started off with a black card base and some Tim Holtz mixed media die cuts (which were white) coloured these with silver and black paints. I also did a bit of 'atmospheric stamping' with my finger dipped in silver paint.
I printed off a couple of images from the internet, and fussy cut the witch and adding foam pads to give dimension and framed these in a TH Cabinet card frame 'stamped' with the silver finger. The sentiment was computer generated. A added a plastic spider and web.
The rest of the DT have some great inspiration for you, please pop over here for all the details.
Hello and thanks for popping in, today sees the start of a new challenge at Fashionable Stamping and this months theme is Trees. We have Flonzcraft as our sponsor who are offering one lucky random winner a $20 spend in their online store, but please remember, we are a stamping challenge and stamping must follow the theme of the challenge.
I took the opportunity of making my first Christmas card! I used Inkylicous Winter Cabin, stamped in Watering Can Archival ink and then used Iced Spruce Distress ink with a small tree from the Tim Holtz Tree line stamps to create the woodland scene. I used Chipped Sapphire and Stormy sky to create my stormy sky!
Thanks for visiting, I do appreciate it and thanks for all the comments you leave as I know I haven't been the best of bloggers of late, but real life just kept getting in the way.
Hopefully, now that I'm up to date with DT commitments, my little blog can have some TLC, fingers crossed.
Have a great day,
Hello, thanks for popping in, today sees the start of a new challenge at Try it on Tuesday which this fortnight is Sun/Moon/Stars.
I've made a door hanger for DDs Goddaughter, and I've used a Lavina fairy image.
I stamped the image with black, masking off the stars and heat set with a Stewart Gill EP called Marcasite which gives a very subtle sparkle. I stamped the image stars with Versamark and heat set with an old holographic EP. The moon was masked off while I made a little hilly scene, and coloured the sky. The extra stars were stamped with Versamark and heat set with silver EP and of course because it's for a little girl, there's lots and lots of Glamour Dust added - but please tell me why my face was also sparkling for the rest of the day!
The rest of the DT have some wonderful inspiration for you, so please pop over here where you will find all the details.
Hi, my name is Avril and I live in the North East of England. I have always been interested in crafting , usually of the needlework kind. However, since discovering card making, it has become a bit of an 'addiction' .