Monday, October 13, 2014

Halloween Canvas

The Stampendous Team is celebrating Christmas with Dreamweaver stencils and Core'dination Cardstock all week long.  

While I was playing with all this fun product I decided to make a fun Halloween Canvas.



This is a 5" x 7" canvas.
I colored the canvas with Gelatos and blended it with a wet wipe.


This is how it looked when it was all blended together.


I stamped Raven Background stamp with VersaMark ink and embossed with Detail Black Embossing Powder.


I stenciled the Spider Web stencil with Black Embossing Paste and allowed it to dry.

Color the Raven image with Gelatos and blend with a wet wipe.
tear edges and color with silver gelato.


Create a panel with the Damask Stencil and then layer everything on to the canvas.
Finish it off with ribbon from May Arts.


Here's a closer look at all the detail.


I hope you enjoyed my project today!  Stop by all week for more fun Stampendous/Dreamweaver/Core'dination collaboration projects!

Thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

12 comments:

Roxie said...

Love the bright Halloween colors!

barbara macaskill said...

This is absolutely amazing!! I love the background and all of the amazing colors!! Deliciousness! TFS!

marylouh said...

Very pretty. Love the background that you made - it's so colorful.
thanks for sharing a great project.

Paula Collins said...

Love the colors and the layering! Very cool.

Pam Beatty said...

Love the background!

BurningRubber said...

I love your canvas! The colors are wonderful!

Carol said...

Love the multi colored background technique!

Carol B
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Debra Grace said...

You did a great job with the crow

Judy said...

Your background colors are awesome and the spider web background spooky. I love this crow image! Thanks for sharing.

Miranda said...

Awesome!

Janelle Stollfus said...
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Stampendous said...

This has amazing color and texture! Your detail on the torn edges of the Crow Caw image creates a nice frame. You are so very creative, thank you for sharing!