Monday, August 25, 2008

Happy Halloween

Today, this branch is spooky--come back closer to Christmas--it will be decked with snow--in spring it will have flowers.

TLC183 halloween branch

But today, it is home to a fat glittery spider.

The branch was stamped using the faux dry embossing technique.  Do I think it looks like it has been dry embossed??  No, I think I would need to try different ink/paper color combos to make that work.  BUT, I do think the effect is rather cool!!

The branch was stamped with Frayed Burlap (Tim Holtz Distress Ink) and then with a white pigment ink.  The webs were stamped with Old Paper (THDI).  The spider was stamped with the Frayed Burlap, colored with pencils, and then outlined with a glitter gel pen.

The ribbon was frayed/melted with my heat tool.

My hope, was a lighthearted spooky.

Thanks for stopping by!!

 

9 comments:

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I LOVE the tree! Wow...that is a cool card!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

This branch looks awesome Jules. I like how versatile it can be, I can only imagine what you will do with it come Dec. Very cool.

Shelly said...

Awesome tree Jules, can't wait to see it decked out for other seasons. The faux dry embossing is wonderful w/ the images!

Lynn Mercurio said...

This turned out beautifully, Juliana! Your branch looks fabulous and the images are just too adorable! What a cute Halloween card. I'm glad you enjoyed the tutorial!

Hugs!

Lynda Benden said...

This is awesome Juliana! That branch is awesome and your layout is perfect!

wendyp said...

Stunning! Love the technique with the ribbon!

Rose Ann said...

I love your Halloween card!! Such pretty colors and I love your beautiful ribbon treatment too!!

Tammy Hershberger said...

OMGosh, that is COOL!!! Creepy, but elegant... is that possible? Is that spider from your basement, too? :)

Shirley said...

Love how you used the spider and your colors are wonderful for this card.