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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Halloween Art Journal Spread

Happy Halloween from all of us at FotoBella

     Drea here with the Design Team, and I created this spooky spread in my art journal with some mixed media done on a painted background using Dylusions Paints.

     With my fingers and some water, I applied Squeezed Orange, Tangerine Dream, and Funky Fuchsia to the page on the right, pressing the one on the left onto it to reveal it's mirror sky image.

     Then I used my Mini Blending Tool with a circle stencil to make the setting sun, with Pure Sunshine Dylusions Paint. The witch, like most of the other stamping was done with Ranger's Archival Jet Black Ink and embossed with Ranger's Rainbow Sparkle Embossing Powder using Graphic 45's An Eerie Tale Stamp. The broom was made from a scrap of paper, rolled up, and glued to some rope fibers.

     The trees were made with my Cricut Expression cut from black cardstock that I coated with Black Diamond Stickles. Then I used an older Prima stamp to emboss the fence, adding grass along the bottom with some fibers.

     Instead of a haunted house, I made a "Magical Manor" embossing the stamping with Ranger's Copper Embossing Powder, and using up some old alpha stickers to spell MANOR.

     Most of the manor pieces were stamped with Prima Marketing's Old Town Stamp, and colored with Distress Ink Spray Stains. The roof was done with Wilted Violet, and Blueprint Sketch Sprays, while the wood was stamped and colored with Antique Linen, Hickory Smoke, Vintage Photo, and Walnut Stain Distress Ink Sprays. Then I added Purple Stickles to the skull, embossed again with copper using an old stamp.

     The walls were coated with Prima Marketing's Heavy White Gesso before coloring with sprays. Then I finished the edges with Wilted Violet Distress Ink and Bo Bunny's Stitches Stamp.

       Watch out for the ghosts that I hid inside some of the windows, stamped with Picket Fence Distress Ink!

     Happy Halloween! 

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