Friday, 28 October 2016

Friday 13th Part 2 Challenge at That's Crafty! Challenge Blog

Hello again and welcome to my inspiration for the new challenge today over at That's Crafty! Challenge Blog which has a spooky theme as we're heading for a certain day very soon.
I've made a card for my inspiration which is for my nephew's birthday which unfortunately for him, coincides with Halloween!
Here it is and hope you like it:


I made the background paper by swiping on Distess inks - Antique Linen and Tumbled Glass - then inked around the edges with Old Paper DI. I then stamped on the text in opposire corners with Pumice Stone DI, stamping twice before reinking.
I next stamped on more text from the Tim Holtz Undertaker set with Archival Jet Black ink together with the spider. I used the Flight of Bats Dinky Stencil with black ink and the Crow Dinky Stencil with Old Paper DI to add some more interest.
I stamped the larger skull and the poison text on white stamping card with black ink and coloured the images with Promarkers then cut them out.
I distressed the edges of the background paper with an emery board and glued it to a kraft card blank. I added the skull image and text to finish.

There's a great prize of a voucher for the online shop for the randomly drawn winner and all you have to do to be in with chance is enter!

Have a great weekend.
Fliss xx

6 comments:

  1. It's fabulous Fliss, great design and stamping and sure your nephew will love it.

    B x

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  2. Fabulous! Love the bat stencil - that may well be going on my Christmas list x

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  3. Oooh! Love that Undertaker set by Tim Holtz. The bat stencil goes perfectly. Lx

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  4. I absolutely love this one Fliss, one of my favourites by you I think :)
    hugs
    Donna xx

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  5. Love your spooky card x Happy Halloween x

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  6. Just love this hun brilliant make hugs cheryl xxx

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Fliss xx