Wednesday, October 7, 2020

31 Days of Halloween Day 7 - Nevermore

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!

Happy 31 Days of Halloween Friends!
Welcome to day #7.

Of course Edgar Allan Poe is one of the fathers of Halloween so it's only appropriate that we throw a bit of his spirit into this celebration of the macabre. 


This card is very much me...where the creepy factor meets the glitter girl in me!

Big surprise here but I have a very large collection of glitter cardstock AND sequins - LOL!!  I thought these nifty stamps were the perfect place for them to come together.

I started off by creating the background for the shaker. I started by placing a mask for the moon off to one side then began layering inks on a lavender piece of cardstock. When I was satisfied with the colors I stamped the Raven3 on the panel. I removed the moon mask and applied a bit of white pigment ink to that area.


I added a bit of pen work and a little glitter to the raven, colored the branch and added some spooky clouds and called it good.  I then set about making the shaker  bit by cutting a piece of glitter cardstock and die-cutting the center. I then added a piece of plastic, some of the many sequins in my collection and popped it on the raven panel.  I then stamped the Nevermore image on white cardstock, fussy cut and added it to the card.


Hope you enjoy this glitzy take on my favorite holiday!

Have a sparklie day everyone!!
Roni

Supplies:

Lost Coast Designs - Raven3 
Carmen's Veranda - Nevermore
Imagine - VersaFine Clair, Memento, Sponge Dauber
Cardstock, Glitter Cardstock, Sequins, Glitter, Acetate, Foam Tape


2 comments:

  1. I love the color of those sequins with this card. Great!!!

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  2. I love this Roni. Such great dimension with the raven and the shaker window and super blingy. Hugz

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