In such a rush to get everything posted on the 31st, I missed the blog post, oops.
It’s bittersweet that the series is now done but I must say, it was an absolute blast and I learned so much! My confidence and recording style is definitely coming into it’s own.
Okay, so for the final make I kept thinking what it would be like for a child to wake Halloween morning as if it were Christmas morning. The tree all lit up, with a visit from a friendly ghost placing all the fun costumes under the tree. Complete with a cape that would go with everything 🙂
Papers ~ Heavy Duty Black Cardstock, Dura-Lar Acetate
Stain~ Twisted Citron, Black Soot
Paint/Spray ~ Distress Twisted Citron, Seedless Preserves, Spiced Marmalade, Black Soot,
Inks ~ Archival Black Soot, Stazon Black.
Distress Ink; Wilted Violet, Carved Pumpkin
Alcohol Ink: Limeade, Amethyst, Valencia, Pitch Black, Pearl, Sunshine Yellow,
Stencils~ Tim Holtz THS093, THS112
Stamps ~ Tim Holtz for Stampers Anonymous Tangled Webs CMS346, Skulls & Cobwebs CMS306, Mr. Bones CMS345,
Idea-Ology~ Woodland Half-Trees, Plain Collage Paper, Halloween Vignette Box Tops, JumpRings, Chain, Baubles, Beaded Berries, Tinsel (seasonal),
Other ~ Dollar store 8” x 10” frame, Collage Medium, Ranger Texture Paste Transparent Gloss, Ranger Enamel Accents White, Vintaj Patina Marble, Glossy Accents, ThermOWeb Mixed Media Sticky Sheets, Vinyl, Ribbon,
The links below are added for convenience, I am not affiliated with the links 🙂
Thank you, THANK YOU, TY for viewing and following the series. I do hope you enjoyed it and are inspired to try just one technique. Have a blessed day, xo xo
Love this project, Wendy! Yes!!!! Christmas morning for me! Hugs!
PS Can’t wait for some time to catch up and watch ALL of your videos!
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