Wednesday, January 31, 2024

#GetCreepingOnHalloween --Condemned--January 2024, Mixed Media, Collage Style Card

Watch it come together HERE!

When I have very little mojo...I need to mix it up and usually that means making a huge mess. LOL.
I love all the layers and textures in this one and of course the bonus card was fun too.

#GetCreepingOnHalloween ---What's it all about?! I decided Halloween needed to be visited all year long as I never get everything created I want to and for me it's where my creative soul flows free. So I started a challenge for myself to post a Halloween project on the last day of the month, every month, set to go live at midnight. Anyone is welcome to join in on the hashtag on here or Instagram and #getcreepingonHalloween . Please, Please, Please tag me if you play along I would love to creep on your Halloween makes too!
Products Used: Distress Spray Stains- Villainous Potion, Black Soot Distress Oxide Spray Stains- Villainous Potion, Hickory Smoke Distress Grit Paste Crypt Distress Texture Paste Black Distress Crayon Spiced Marmalade Distress Oxides- Crackling Campfire, Carved Pumpkin, Black Soot Tim Holtz Layering Stencils- THMS063, THMS064 Tim Holtz Stamps- Unraveled, Eccentric, Tiny Text Halloween Ranger Distress Heavy Stock Manilla Random Ephemera Tag with Foil and Emboss Resist Blending Brushes (Amazon) Brutus Monroe Gilded Aqua Pigments VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad Clear Embossing Powder (Ranger Fine) Random Assortment of Tim Holtz Adornments/Findings Glitter Art Glue Sizzix Vegabond 2 Die-cut Machine GlassBoard Media Mat Tiny Attacher CTMH For the bonus card-
I used Rusty Hinge and Carved Pumpkin Distress Sprays with the Black Soot as splatter. Plus whatever I pulled from the splat box.
I flipped the dried panel on top of the inked stamp sheet of the tiny text and smoothed over with a scrap paper, lifted straight off with a reverse tweezers.
Added Spooky Twine from Lawn Fawn and Halloween paper Dolls (last years) from Tim Holtz. Colored with Distress Crayon and finger smudged. The Purple is Ohuhu Alcohol Marker. The rest is what I used above with the exception of super old white embossing powder over the bats and heat's all distressy and textured.

Thanks for creeping by and keep getting inky, Jaime

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