Monday, October 8, 2012

The 8th Day of the 31 Days of Halloween





Tis now the very witching time of night, (380)
When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out
Contagion to this world - Shakespeare


Stamp hat and Witchy with embossing ink on white paper and emboss with fine black embossing powder. Stamp face with embossing ink and emboss with black powder as well. Hat and Witchy are from We R Memory Keepers, face is from Artgirlz. Rub pumpkin pie ink from Stampin'UP! with a paper towel over the surface, avoiding girls face, later on to scrap paper, take photo with iPhone, and run through the Percolator App.






17 comments:

lisa aka b.creative said...

What a fun hat! and that black/grey image looks really cool.

ike said...

Oh WoW - that is so crazy cool :-) xx

ScrappinCSI said...

Fabulous offerings. I love them both. Thank you for sharing your talents.

silvia said...

Cute!!

Sharon Sahl said...

I'm trying to figure out the before and after. I suppose the orange one is after since you only talked about black and white but I love both of them and your quote is splendid!

Jane said...

They both look awesome
Hugs xxx

bonniebluedenim said...

The top image is the original, I did start with white paper but inked it orange after embossing the stamped images in black.

Steph said...

Both great! Love the orange, but then your black/white altered photo is pretty cool too.

Candace Jedrowicz said...

How perfectly lovely!

monique said...

both are fabulous

DonnaMundinger said...

What a cool technique! LOVE this! xxD

Julia said...

Fab project! Always enjoy looking at your creations.
Hugs,
Julia

~Lady B~ said...

Wow! It's amazing what you can do with your phone! Both projects are fabulous!

Celeste said...

I love that quote! I like how you mixed 2 stamp images to make one cool project.

ScrappingBeauty said...

definitely shows u got mad stamp skills! so witchy!

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Fantastic! both versions look awesome
Lindsay xx

Kristina said...

Really cool, I like both versions!
Peace,
Kristy