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Monday, October 26, 2015

Halloween

This weekend I finally sat down to execute my plan for this month’s calendar challenge (orange and pumpkin) which I had already drown out  in the beginning of the month but I just didn’t got around making it, but maybe that was faith, because now I can also post it for the weekly challenge (Halloween). 

I used orange DI on a craftmat, sprayed some water on top and dragged my paper through it until it was completely covered. It was a bit too light to my likings, so I grabbed my applicator and made some swirls with the same DI which made it much better.


Then I warmed up my heat tool to cut my haunted house and cemetery stencil.
The haunted house actually consists of 2 stencils, the outline and an overlay for the windows and door.



After some stencilling, stamping and adding some details this is how the finished page looks like.






11 comments:

  1. Love the colour variation in the background - great stencil too!

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  2. Magnificent!!! You are very clever indeedy! :D

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  3. Lots of spookiness! Not sure what you mean by warming up your heat tool to cut the stencil though ...

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    1. literary what it says, it is a metal pen which you heat up and it melts the plastic.

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  4. Well done for creating your stencil, brilliant! And a lovely Halloween scene for this month's page.

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  5. Great spooky house and well done on cutting your own stencil.

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  6. Fabulous. Love the stencils. Very clever.
    Flo x

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  7. Wow, you made your own stencil. This is very impressive, great work!
    Julia

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  8. Great stencils. I love the shape of the house xx

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  9. Love your page and how clever to cut your own stencil!! Thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x

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  10. What a labour of love making your own stencils - they look great.

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