tisdag 23 oktober 2018

Halloween card


Today I will share another Halloween card.
The background of this card is made using Tim Holtz Planks die and 3D embossingfolder Lumber on Distress Media Heavystock. I started to diecut some planks and then used the 3D embossingfolder to get the texture. Before I embossed the plank pieces I inked one inside of the embossingfolder with Jet black Archival ink to get the ink down in to the texture. After embossing I used Distress Oxides in different brown tones to get the wood color.
Then I mounted the planks together with tape and som 3D adhesive. After that I diecut the clawmarks from Tim´s Sizzix die Clawmarks.

Behind the clawmarks I mounted a piece of Tim Holtz Design papers from the Regions beyond stack. There you can see the face of a lady who have been missing for a while...

For the Halloween text I have used Tim´s technique stamping, with stain, instead of stains I used Distress sprays in Carved pumpkin, Black soot and Wilted violet, then stamped with Picket fence. Stampset CMS138, Apothecary from Stampers Anonymous.

Under the Halloween word I placed Drip edge diecut from Tim´s Sizzix die Drip edge. I cut this from Kraft cardstock in red and sanded, then used some Glossy accents above.
Also some cheesecloth coloured with Carved pumpkin Distress spray and Black soot Distress ink.

 In the left corner I placed an Ideaology clip and owl. The owl and clip are coloured with some acrylic pants and I used Stickles glitter in red for his eyes.

 For the sentence I used some Halloween clipping stickers.


Craftstamper - TIMI - challenge, Anything goes
Simonsaysstampblog - Mondaychallenge, Halloween/Spooky

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4 kommentarer:

  1. Susanne, your Halloween card is fabulous!! Just the right amount of 'spook' too, I love it! Anne xx

  2. Love your Halloween card. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

  3. Fabulous project! I love your wood and the sentiment panel, and the whole composition.

  4. Oh my, this is creepy! Love this piece and the freaky washed-out picture of the lady behind. Great idea. Thank you for joining SSS Monday Challenge.