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Friday, 27 September 2013

Visible Image Stamps, Distress inks, Inktense Pencils on a Card.



Hi there to all my friends and fellow crafters out in Bloggy land,
 and a big warm Welcome and thank you to my New Followers.

I know it's a bit early, but I felt the need to make something spooky, and when I saw the fab 'Max Rocks' and 'Molly Rules' sets of stamps from
I knew they were perfect for what I wanted to do, lol.

These stamps would be great for children to colour in and create with, they  could make their own Halloween cards or invitations.


 Molly and Max were stamped onto a piece of card, and coloured using Inktense watercolour pencils, and fussy cut.
 I stamped out a load of Molly's skulls in black, to make the lanterns, coloured them with distress ink, and also fussy cut them.
It was fun building a wall using Max's brick stamp, 
(I did this on a separate piece of card, cut it out, so I could attach it exactly where I wanted).
I stamped and heat embossed the lock and key in silver, and fussy cut.
I created a field of Max's skulls, and used Molly's barbed wire for the stems.
The background was achieved with Distress inks, adding the trees and bats,
(I borrowed them both from 'Edward is Immortal' another fab set for Halloween)
Made a string for the lanterns, again using the barbed wire from Moll's set, and attached the little yellow skulls.
Using Black Archival (because it is soooo black, lol) I stamped the chain across the skull field, and then attached the wall, popped on Molly and Max, added a skull to poor teddy, stamped both sentiments onto shrink plastic, (I do love this stuff), and added some shading around the edges.




I used a glitter pen and glossy accents for finishing the touches.

Please don't forget to check out the 'Visible Image Blog',
Join 'Visible Image Facebook', where you can ask questions, see other inspiration, and add your own Visible Image creations.
And of course please enter the September Challenge, there is still time to make something using just one Visible Image stamp, the theme is 'Sentimental', with a chance of winning £20.

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit,
 please leave me a comment, so's I know you've been.

Until the next time, hugs Pauline xxxx

19 comments:

  1. A beautiful card. Great Image and love the spooky feel.

    Hugs
    Erin x

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  2. Fab card Pauline
    Hugs Donna
    xxx

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  3. WOW Pauline, there is so much depth and dimension to this card and it looks fabulous! I love the colours and the design layout is brilliant.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. WOW what a cool colorful halloween card, love the spooky atmoshere. Awesome combined and perfect designed.

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  5. Wow Pauline don't know about you feeling spooky this card is really spooky!!! What a brilliant card it is, just love it xxx

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  6. Fabulous Halloween card, love the stamps and wonderful colouring it is amazing.

    Sylvxx

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  7. What a great card the colours you have used really gives a spooky feel to it
    thanks for sharing at crafty bloggers network
    Hugs Kelly DT
    xxx

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  8. Wow, so much detail in here Pauline! Beautiful colouring too. Fab halloween card. xxx

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  9. Love the composition of this card Pauline! Great colours to.
    Chris x

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  10. I love the card! The colours make med wanna go upstairs to my craft room and make my own Halloween card!! :)

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  11. Oh my word Pauline, the depth of colour is fantastic, your colouring in is so brilliant, what a fabulous Halloween card you've created, great layout xx

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  12. Ohhhhhh so gorgeous Pauline sorry its taking me awhile to comment on all my friends blogs LOL but thank goodness the ditzy me has gone I hope!!! huggles hun Sue xxxxx

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  13. fab images, love the colours! x

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  14. Fabulous as always hun, love the image and great design xx

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  15. Super images, lovely scene you have set - great card!!
    xx

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  16. Your scene is wonderful - so cute and just perfect for Halloween. I do love Halloween!!
    sandy

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