Saturday, 31 October 2015

Gina's Designs/Creative Paperclay Halloween Blog Hop

The Creative Paperclay Design Team has teamed up with
Gina's Designs Lasercuts Design Team
for a Halloween Themed
Blog hop.
We are excited to show off our Halloween projects and even
more excited about the fact that
YOU can win a prize!
Prize Package Includes
1 pound package of Paperclay
1 sample package of Sandits
and
$25 shopping spree to Gina's DesignsLasercuts
How to enter - each of these will get you one entry
1) enjoy the hop
2) Stop by each blog on the hop and leave a comment
3) Pin each project on your Pinterest site
4) share this post on your Facebook page
5) Like Creative Paperclay Facebook page
6) Like Gina Designs Facebook Page
Here is the List of BLOGS:

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My Project:

I created a fun reverse canvas project featuring a photo of my daughter in her costume when she was 4 (she's 20 now!)
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I created a moon, a tree, and some fall leaves with the paperclay. The moon was painted yellow then brushed with a few coats of gold glitter glue. The tree I shaped by hand, then pressed into a woodgrain embossing folder to create the texture. I painted it with brown acrylic paint and them drybrushed it with other shades of brown.

The leaves were shaped by pressing small pieces of the paperclay onto metal leaves. I then brushed them with matte medium to create a less porous surface before colouring them with alcohol inks.

The Wicked title piece from Gina's was covered with some lively patterned paper, then I sanded and inked all the edges.

The witch piece was painted black then stamped with Versamark ink in a random dot pattern using a Finnabair Prima stamp and then heat embossed with black glitter embossing powder.

Some fussy cut elements from the patterned paper and black cat stickers from my stash finished the effect.

Thanks a bunch for stopping by and have a "Wicked" Halloween!

Gina's Items Used
Title Wicked
Witches

2 comments:

  1. Very nice! Such a very cool frame!

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  2. Very clever work to memorialize a past event.

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