Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Too Spooky!

Too spooky! Third Coast Sinister Tree AP-435 and Cloudy Moon on HorizonCH-155
It's my reverse digi...I stamp images, then photograph basic layout with my iPhone and
alter with various photo apps.

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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Oh So Spooky!

Coming soon to the Third Coast Challenge Blog!
You'll find a Halloween Challenge using the Bingo Grid shown below!
For my sample I chose Eyes/Fae ( Halloween Image)/Ribbon
The Third Coast featured creature is our little "Fraidy Cat" VB-323-N
The giant eyeball is from the Inkadinkado Mini Halloween Assortment 60-30739
Make a mask of the eyeball, so you easily stamp multiple eyes so that they appear layered. Stamp your Fraidy Cat in black, stamp assorted eyeballs, highlight a bit with orange gel pen. Layer onto Halloween Paper and again onto black card stock. Add a beribboned "oh so spooky.
Be sure to check out the Third Coast Creative Challenges

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Beware! Only 55 days until Halloween!

On Halloween, witches come true;
Wild ghosts escape from dreams.
Each monster dances in the park.
- Nicholas Gordon

My Current favorite coloring implement is Prismacolor pencils. For my birthday I treated myself to the colors I didn't have in my collection. You can order them from Dick Blick's art supplies for 99 cents each! So I have been experimenting with color palettes. This one included Mineral Orange, asparagus, espresso, ginger root, peach and sunburst yellow. It sounds more like lunch!

Color the image with you're favorite coloring implement, fussy cut and layer onto black card stock, add a smidgen of scrap book paper saying "beware" across the bottom and layer onto another scrap of Halloween paper! Add a spider web sticker or stamp an image of the moon!

Are you ready for Halloween, only 55 more pre-haunting days!

Third Coast Rubber Stamp image
Lil' Halloween Clown VB-320-M

Be sure to check out the Third Coast  Design Team blog, click on the link in the sidebar.

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