Friday, October 5, 2018

31 Days of Halloween - Day 5

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Hello.  Gail here again with some Halloween inspiration for our 31 Days of Halloween challenge.  I decided to play with Lost Coast Designs wickedly wonderful Evil Eye
Ooooh, wouldn't want to meet him on a dark night!!
I started with one of my shaving foam backgrounds I made the other day.  This is one of the last ones I made when the colours had all blurred together, but I thought it was good autumn colours.
Then I stamped with Lost Coast Designs Leaves Background with tangerine chalk ink.  Isn't that gorgeous!!  I once bought some handmade paper that had skeleton leaves embedded in it, called Buddha paper, but now I can stamp my own!!  So cool.
I added some red splats to the background using diluted acrylic paint.  I stamped Evil Eye on a piece of white card, embossed with black powder and fussy cut him.  I coloured with Promarkers and gel pens and added him to the panel. 

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6 comments:

  1. Wonderful coloring and background! Love your ATC! Evil Eye is fabulously spooky!

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    1. Thanks Denise. Glad you like him. This is actually a card. I don't think Evil Eye would fit on an ATC, he's 4.5" high! Hugz

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  2. Evil eye creeps me out big time but you've coloured him beautifully and he jumps out of that lovely background you stamped, Gail!

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    1. Thanks Craftyfield. Hope he don't jump too far bwhahahahaaahaha. Hugz

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