Friday, October 16, 2020

31 Days of Halloween, Day 16 - Devil in Disguise.

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!

Hi folks, Riet here.
Today its my turn to post on the blog.
Don't you love it, spooky and creepy furry creatures.
On this card I used the Devil in Disguise cat.
I wanted to create a feeling of hell.
So I used the shaving foam technique.

What do you need:
Alcohol ink,
Sunshine yellow
Red pepper
Pitch black
A tray to fit your paper
Shaving foam
Stazon black ink
White gel pen
markers or pencils

Spray a layer of foam in the tray.
Drop some drops of yellow ink on the top.
Try to mix the ink in the top layer so that it turns evenly yellow.
Now you make a line of drops with the red ink. Not everywhere but spread over the foam.  Very carefully you spread the ink a bit with a spatula.
You do the same with the black, but don't use to much.
Remember, we are trying to make it look like the flames of hell.
Put your paper on the foam and leave it a moment.
Pick up the paper and remove the foam with a wide spatula.
If this doesn't work for you, you can find tutorials of this technique on you tube.

Now you stamp the little devil cat on a peace of paper and color it.
Cut it out and glue it on your background.
I glued the text separately on the card.
But that is of course not necessary.

I hope you have fun making your furry friend for the challenge
We love to see what you make. Please read our rules first.
Don't forget the 31 Days of Halloween Challenge is also running until the end of the month.

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