Sunday, October 21, 2012

SPOOKY - some Halloween fun!

I was playing around today thinking I need to replace the summery wreath on my front door, so I decided to use some Punky Playground (by Punky Sprouts) to make a Halloween sign!  I really wanted to make it mostly purple and had some Lindy's Stamp Gang mists to make it gorgeous!  I had some  paper left over from last Halloween with a white background embossed in a black Damask pattern.  I sprayed the paper with both Wicked Witch Purple and Amaryllis Burgundy mist sprays to get this deep aubergine shade....LOVE!  I cut one sheet of Punky Playground in half, making it 6" x 12" and sprayed it with Toto's Tornado black mist.  After it dried, I sprayed another coat of black mist using a mask in a diamond screen pattern and while the mist was still wet, I coated it with Lindy's Embossing powder in Midnight Copper Obsidian.  I didn't worry too much about the pattern being perfect, as I wanted it to appear old and grungy. I continued the diamond pattern embossing around the perimeter of the corrugated Playground piece.

I got out a big bin of chipboard letters than I have collected over the years and picked non-matching letters to spell "Spooky"and misted them with Red Hot Poker Orange, which is a perfect vintage orange with a gold shimmer.  When everything was dry I began to adhere to the backpiece and added some distressed black dots that I stamped onto the letters randomly.  I embellished with a spider web, spiders and glitter dots by Jolee's boutique and added black satin ribbon for hanging and inked all the edges in black. .

Here is a comprehensive list of supplies:

Surface corrugated board:  Punky Sprouts

All color/mists by Lindy's Stamp Gang: Flat Fabio's in Wicked Witch Purple and Toto's Tornado Black; Starbursts in Amaryllis Burgundy and Red Hot Poker Orange; Embossing Powder in  Midnight Copper Obsidian.

Paper:  Pink Paislee Phantom collection

Other:  Spiders/Web and accents by Jolee's Boutique, Ink: Pitt Big Brush Marker in Black; Adhesives:  Beacon 3 in 1 and Thermoweb; Chipboard letters & satin ribbon - stash.


Jessica Griffin said...

I love your Halloween sign! Especially the colors! Thanks for sharing with us at Lindy's Stamp Gang! xo


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