Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Halloween

It's Halloween, and I seem to have gone a bit mad on it this year.
I have made two tags, both starting off with distress ink backgrounds. On one I used Tim's new shattered stencil, and on the other I stamped a web. I used my two Halloween twinchies on one with a painted mesh at the bottom and a spider crawling over it. There is a stamped web at the top with a bat, and 31 in grungeboard.
On the other one, embossed wording in black glitter powder, a shrink plastic crow, and a witches hat were added. The inevitable spider adorns the web at the top. I hasten to add I hate spiders, too many legs and they move too fast.



12 comments:

  1. Both are great! I'm not a fan of spiders either!

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  2. Lovely tags, and I hate spiders too, unless they are made out of plastic.... Valerie

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  3. OOooooohhhhh,
    Sorry I'm getting into swing of things after seeing all your fantastic Halloween tags!
    I don't mind spiders actually and in fact I'm embracing spider web's since moving back into this house, which I suppose is okay with Halloween coming up. Hehe
    Mmmmwwwwhhhhhaaaaa ;D
    xoxo

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  4. Terrific tags and I love the way you added the twinchies. I dont like spiders but I love to see their webs

    Chrissie x

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  5. they are delightfully spooky and fun! xo

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  6. I love both your tags - so much to look at and admire!! The new shattered stencil is very effective - think I need to go shopping!!! Carolyn xx

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  7. These reminded me of the 'Double, double, toil & trouble', poem when I saw two of them. Haha. Great tags. I love that skull stamp :0)

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  8. Both are great! Spookiest! X

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  9. these are fantastic - love them both.

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  10. These are perfect Halloween tags, LOVE them! I am working through Tim's Creative Chemistry 101 and learning how to use those distress inks for backgrounds. You did a great job!

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