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Tuesday, October 26, 2010


It has take me since Monday morning when the new challenge was posted on Linda's blog to find that "safe Place" where I put my three packs of Tim's mask paper! But I found it this morning and laid out my plan for my new page. Week #19 already and it's on page #61, called Extreme Masking in Tim's book. Still don't have a copy? Are you kidding me? Grab one quick! It is a technique treasure trove. Here are the colors I used to create it: Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot Distress Inks, black Archival ink, Tim's mask sheets, dies, and stamps and finally pulled out my brand new complete set of Perfect pearls mists and used the Forever Violet on this piece. It is a 3-fer this week. I am entering it on the Ranger challenge, Simon Says Stamping, and on Linda's blog at Studio L3, as well as All Things Tim, so I guess it's a 4-fer! Ranger's challenge this month called for the PP mists, Simon Says called for "make something Spooky", and Linda's was the technique. I ruined the first one, but tried again and it came out great.

12 comments:

MarleneMAZ said...

Great page! it is very spooky and I love that you have made it different than regular halloween colours.

Terry said...

Love the way you used the witch on your page! Another fabulous and spooky page!

Deanna Cosgrove said...

Just wonderful---very spooky. Good luck on the challenges.

Karen said...

Wonderful page. Great masking and I love the over-stamping too.

wearestampers said...

You did an excellent job! Love the tree branches!

Kathy2eggs said...

Love it.....very spooky.

minnie_mac said...

Love this piece and the masking and stamping.

Marilyn

Yelowflower said...

it DID turn out great! good job

Karla Anderson said...

Congratulations on your win!!

Netty said...

Terrific such great masking and stamping. Annette x

Linda Ledbetter said...

Kathy, I'm laughing because I have that exact same "safe place" where I put stuff that I then can't find for months (or sometimes years)! I'm glad you found those mask sheets, because boy, oh boy, did you ever ROCK this technique! The masking looks awesome, and I'm seriously in love with the background you made.

By the way, I ruined the first one I made, too!

Julie Forest said...

Hi, Kathy! This is awesome! Your masking looks fabulous!! Super spooky! :)