Friday, 23 October 2015

A Haunting We Will Go!

Hello again, I'm back with news of our new challenge today over at That's Crafty Challenge Blog which this time has the theme of a Haunted Halloween so it's time to get spooky!
My inspiration which I hope you like is a little arch shaped panel.


Ingredients:

Stampendous Skeleton Lady Cling Stamp
That's Crafty Dinky Stencil - Flight of the Bats
Tando Creative - Arch With Spider Web
Archival Jet Black Ink
Distress Ink - Hickory Smoke, Black Soot
Brusho Crystals - Emerald Green, Orange, Violet
Silver Detail Embossing Powder
Water Mister
Stamping Paper

I coloured the paper with the Brusho Crystals spritzing lightly with water to spread the colour. When it was dry I stamped on the skeleton lady image and then used the stencil to add some bats with te black Distress ink. I cut this to the size of the back panel and glued it on.
I inked the spider web frame with the Hickory Smoke Distress ink and whilst it was still wet sprinkled a little embossing powder on the web and heat embossed it.
I glued this to the back panel to finish.

Hope you can enter as the randomly drawn winner will receive a voucher for the online shop where you'll truly be spoilt for choice.

Have a great weekend.
Fliss xx

8 comments:

Inky and Quirky said...

Brilliant creation Fliss, love the colours used and the arch makes a wonderful frame for it all ;)
Hugs
Donna xxx

Amanda said...

Great colours for you spooky make, as Donna said looks fab in the arch
Love
Amanda x

Zemphira ~ Scatter Art. said...

This is beautiful. I love the background colors.

Mrs.B said...

Great tag Fliss, background looks fab with this image.
Avril x

Marina said...

Oooh I love this. Great collage effects and love the cobweb.

Moira said...

Love the Gothic Arch and the colours work brilliantly with a hallowe'en theme

Deborah Wainwright said...

Fliss this is gorgeous. Those colours work so well together and the skeleton lady is fabulous. Love it Hugs Debs xx

butterfly said...

Wow - love those blended colours and the intricate images are fabulous!
Alison xx