Tuesday, October 30, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH #378 - Witching Hour

Hey peeps, happy Tuesday to you!
We are still are going strong with Halloween at
This week, you can get your last minute Halloween projects
done with our Witching Hour challenge: anything
with a witch, or spooky, or Halloween is good!

Although the Bride of Frankenstein isn't technically a witch,
she is rather creepy, so I went with it. LOL!

Here's the inside:

My background was created using orange and grey Dylusions ink sprays on white
card stock, inking the edges in Black Soot DI, stamping the sentiment, and running
it through the spider web EF. She's stamped onto more white card and sponged over
in Antique Linen DI. I cut 3 frames, stacked and glued together for some dimension.
Before gluing the 'picture frame', I carefully went over the spider web with Black Soot
DI to bring it out more.

I do think this may be the last Halloween project I make before
switching to 'Christmas card mode'. LOL! I hope you
will join us for our Witching Hour challenge at 
Shopping Our Stash! We'd love to see your projects in our gallery!
For more inspiration, do check out what my teammies have
created for your viewing pleasure!
Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!

Stamps: Viva Las Vegas Stamps - from plates 1476 & 1503
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Black Soot, Antique Linen
CS: Neenah; TE; scrap
Accessories: Dylusions ink sprays - Pure Sunshine, Slate Grey; GC; MFT - stitched frame rectangle die; Taylored Expressions - Tangled Webs EF; MISTI; water mister; Ranger - sponging tools
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - multi medium matte


  1. Super card, yes she is very very scary, great inside sentiment, think we surf in the same sites.

  2. Ohhhhhhhh that background is awesome sistah!!
    And the image is perfect, as is the sentiment!
    Happy witchy day!

  3. Absolutely love this card! Always love the bride of Frankenstein! 100% adore this.


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