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Tuesday, August 31, 2010


It is already Week # 12 in Linda's CCC and we are on page # 44, Chipped Enamel. Very easy technique with cool results. If you don't have Tim's book yet, get it now. You can get an autographed copy on his blog! I decided to go with a Halloween theme and make a scenery of sorts. I ,asked a moon and used alcohol inks on glossy for my night sky and grassy area, die- cut the haunted house out of black card-stock. Smeared it randomly with embossing ink and used green distress powder for moss, then used a versa-mark pen to color the rest of it and poured on walnut stain distress powder and heated. Ribbon on the bottom. Stamped some bats and spiders in black.

16 comments:

Jane Wetzel said...

so very cool!

Toni said...

This is just great. Love the little hanging spiders... eek

Netty said...

I love both your pieces, but this spooky one is fab, great enamelling. Annette x

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Ohhhhhh two BEAUTIFUL creations!!!!!!

MarleneMAZ said...

Very nice, I am just enjoying seeing all the halloween creations.

Terry said...

Another awesome page! Love this Halloween piece!

Linda Ledbetter said...

Kathy, this is AWESOME! You have rocked the Distress Powder like nobody's business this week. The chipped enamel looks fabulous, and I LOVE how you used the DP for color and texture on the haunted house, too. Everything here works perfectly, from the great AI background to the cute/spooky bats and spiders. Beautiful job!

Lori said...

Love it! Great work with the chipped enamel!

CuddlyBunny said...

So cool and whimsical!

I'm reminded of a beautiful Halloween-like mobile!

donna said...

Wow! Awesome Halloween scene!

Angie Hall Haviland said...

FABULOUS piece, Kathy!!

Lynn Stevens said...

Spooktacular! I know corney saying but it realy is Spooktacular!

Shawn Caro said...

This is so fun! Thanks for sharing all the details.--Shawn

Jennie said...

A great piece.. love the little cats down at the bottom :))

Deanna Cosgrove said...

This is such a great halloween one. Love the numbers and the birds just make it extra spooky...

KAT said...

Love the beeswax on the wood and the decorative napkins is a nice touch!