The AC crew will be using Rick's awesome Halloween digi and / or rubber collection. You can find the digis at his Etsy or Zibbet shop. Rubber only at I Brake For Stamps.
Blog roll is in the side bar. Enjoy the hop, if you dare.
For our grand finale, we have two fabulous contributors!
Hi, it's Harp Silver here with a project which is an homage to Sir Terry Pratchett who maintains that witches could be men and not just women...check out his last book. For this project, Warlock was imported via Picmonkey onto a background from Mischief Circus and the white surrounding it was removed. The font was built into Picmonkey and added to the top and bottom. Once printed, Warlock was coloured with Caran D'Ache Luminance pencils. Glitter varnish was sprayed around the moon to give it a luminous spooky effect. TH thinlit words were added before the background was mounted on heavy cardstock.
For my next project, Goth Nurse was imported into Hotel Spooky Hell Corridor, and once again the white surrounding the image was removed. Once printed, Goth Nurse was coloured with Copic Sketch pens. The wording, Wicked, was die cut with TH Thinlets Spooky set, and heavy cardstock was used for mounting the project.
And our second awesome contributor to this post...
Good morning. Fiona R. here today with a Halloween tag using Countess Von Finnbair. I coloured her up with my Prismacolor pencils and blended. I then scanned her into Photoshop, created my background, printed out and added to a mountboard base for stability. Water drop stamps were added and coloured red with Copics. White gel pen was used to highlight them, The title was stamped using a Tim Holtz stamp and white gel pen was added to make it pop. The edges were inked and ribbon added to finish.
Thanks so much for joining us today and for helping to make this hop organized by the wonderful Smeared Ink crew such a success. Happy Halloween!