Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Do you believe in Magic?

Sorry I've been absent a bit.  Things have been a whirlwind here, and crafty time has been way further down on the list than I'd like it to be!

I started coloring this image about a month ago, not quite sure what I would be doing with it, other than a Halloween card.  But, the new Halloween lines have been coming in at work (I work at a small, locally-owned, scrapbook store), and, they - combined with some existing papers I had from last year - helped to jump start the inspiration.  This was another attempt at a no lines technique with a digi image.  I did use a black pen to outline her eyes, along with Glossy Accents over the whole eye, for some pop and shine.


The center potion and the sentiment were cut from the papers.  I added Glossy Accents to the spiders bodies.  There is a small pocket behind the spider piece, where the tickets can be pulled in and out.  It's not obvious in the photos, but the thicker lines of the sentiment were coated with clear glitter glue.


I dyed the cheesecloth with Distress Ink, and cut the spiderweb corner pieces with my Silhouette.  The rolled roses were a spiral cut circle rolled into shape.  




Materials Used:
  • Black, white, purple, Card stock
  • DPs from Bo Bunny, Doodlebug, and Echo Park
  • Elphie from Saturated Canary
  • The Paper Studio chipboard border
  • Martha Stewart leaf punch
  • black half pearls
  • Distress Ink: Black Soot
  • Clear glitter glue
  • cheesecloth
  • Random Adhesives
Challenges:

6 comments:

  1. This is brilliant! I adore that shade of purple, and the image is so beautifully coloured! x

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  2. Sara this is stunning, and how wonderful to work in a craft store, I would have no pennies left if I did that, LOL, hope things settle down for you hun xxx

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  3. Such a cool card! I love SC stamps and this one is a cutie. :)
    Lovely work. Have a great day, Sara!

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  4. Fabulous project, Sara! Outstanding color integration and flawless composition! You have a way with Copics and that image is beautifully colored! Lines or no lines, you color well. Well thought out and wonderfully executed! Thanks for dropping this off by our house here at 613 Avenue Create!
    Hugz,
    Chana, Owner

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  5. Gorgeous Halloween card. I love the details you have used for this.

    Thanks for joining us at 613 Avenue Create this week. Hope to see you again next week. DT Crafting Vicky

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  6. wow, fabulous Halloween card! Love all the elements!! Thanks for joining us at CYP! HUgsxx

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