Tuesday, October 22, 2019

SHOPPING OUR STASH #407 - Halloween!

Hi there and welcome crafty friends!
Today starts the new challenge at
Donna is your hostess this fortnight, and she's picked
HALLOWEEN as the challenge!
(my favorite holiday. YAY!)

Here's what I came up with:

and the inside:

The main panel uses a Stencil Girl birch tree stencil along with different
colors of Distress Inks. Before I removed the stencil, I splattered some watered
down white acrylic paint, then immediately washed the stencil.
While that dried, I colored and fussy cut the mummy dog, sentiment and bats.
I die cut the grass border to ground him and adhered everything with
foam adhesives. I stamped more images and another sentiment
for the inside from the same stamp set.

I hope that you'll join in the Halloween fun at Shopping Our Stash! We'd love
to see what you create. Need more ideas? Simply check out what fabulous
 projects my teammies made!
Thanks for visiting, have a great day!

Stamps: Simon Says Stamp - Trick or Treat (2014)
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Ripe Persimmon, Mustard Seed, Blueprint Sketch, Black Soot
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; Stencil Girl - Birch Forest stencil; Picket Fence Studio - blending brushes; MISTI; DecoArt Americana white acrylic paint; water mister; old toothbrush; GC; TE - grass border die
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares; Ranger - MMM


  1. This is so adorable, the puppy is sweet and your background if phenomenal!!! Awesome job.

  2. Holy poptarts this is amazeballs!!!
    Three of my favourite things...Halloween, pooches and bats!
    Fab job sistah!

  3. Aww! Your little pup is adorable and that background is fantastic!!

  4. WOW!! the background you created for this adorable puppy mommy is amazing!!! He is just so sweet, if I find him around, I will most definitely take him home, LOL!!
    Super sweet card.

  5. Funeeeeeeee card Chris. Love the background for that mummy dog. Love it!


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