Monday, September 9, 2019

Haunted Graveyard Halloween Plaque For Therm O Web

Hello everyone, thanks so much for stopping by.  I'm popping in to let you know that I have a tutorial over on Therm O Web's blog today and we are celebrating all things Halloween this week, yipee!

I used Therm O Web's Metallix Gels and Foil Transfer Sheets along with some of Tim Holtz's Halloween dies old and new from Sizzix to make my Haunted Graveyard Halloween plaque and had so much fun making it :O)

I used Black Ice, Champagne Mist and Pure Gold Metallix Gels and stamped some texture into the Pure Gold Metallix Gel moon with Tim Holtz's Composition background stamp.  Tim's Bat Crazy, Frightful Things, Regions Beyond, Village Graveyard, Vintage Spirits and Ghost Town dies all came out to play.

I love those eyeballs from the Frightful Things die set, they are hilarious!

The Frightful Things ghosts were die cut from card covered with Champagne Mist Metallix Gel and the Village Graveyard ghost was die cut from Opal Deco Foil covered card.  Love how they work so well together.

The fence from Village Graveyard was die cut from Black Deco Foil covered Toner Sheets and the gravestones, tree and skull and bones die cut from card inked with multiple colours of Distress Oxide Inks and Distress Oxide Sprays.

And since it wouldn't be Halloween without my beloved Lost Zombie, I die cut his hands from green Classic Kraft Stock, added a touch of blood to his finger tips with a Distress Marker and then buried him in some ground walnut shells inked with Distress Spray (you can get the walnut shells at the pet store, they are used for lizard bedding and make great dirt!).  You can't have only one eyeball of course so I added another one down at the bottom :O)

Hope you can pop by Therm O Web's blog for my how to and make sure to stop by all this week as the Design Team celebrates Halloween Week, it's going to be spook-tacular!

Thanks as always for stopping by and happy creating,

Deb xo

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