I promised I would be back with new CB designs that celebrate another season...... and yes it's Halloween! I love Autumn and Halloween is a fun part of it. I love to see how some people go all out and decorate their homes to celebrate. I like to have pumpkins out with our tall grasses to add a touch of Autumn to our front patio.
Chocolate Baroque has just announced two new wonderful rubber stamp sets for Halloween. I've been working with Bewitched Moonlight which is a wonderful set to create spooky scenes for Halloween cards, tags and more.
For the above card, I started with watercolour paper and sprayed Purple & Orange Dylusions Inks. I spritzed water over top and was careful not to blend the colours as these two will turn into muddy brown together. I blotted the ink with a paper towel roll.
When dry, I stamped the images from Bewitched Moonlight with black Stazon Ink. I also stamped the Flourish Tree from Fantasy Woodland to the left of the mushroom and around the top edges. Using a black Micron Pigment pen I drew a little on the bottom of the tree and added a few little mushrooms to blend the images together.
Using a piece of cardstock with a circle cut out and placed over the witch, I carefully spritzed a little water, then blotted the ink off to create the moon. Dylusions inks are water soluble, so it's easy to remove the ink. I added holograph glitter to highlight the moon.
I have another design using the same stamp set:
I started again with a piece of watercolour paper and sprayed Midnight, Teal and White Linen Dylusions Inks. I spritzed a little water over top, let the colours blend and blotted with a paper towel roll. When dry, I used two stencils TCW Cell Theory (at the bottom) and TCW Star Fall (at the top) with Distress Inks to create a little more pattern on the background. Next I embossed the images with black powder. I created a moon again using cardstock with a circle cut out and distress inks.
Here is a look at the complete Bewitched Moonlight set which is on special offer for the month of September along with it's partner set Nevermore. Both sets are available for a multibuy price as well.
I hope you've enjoyed these 'spooky' designs. If you have a chance, please visit Chocolate Baroque's Design Team Blog to see what my talented teammates are posting. Also you have a chance to win some of the new wonderful stamp sets - all you need to do is leave a comment here at the DT Blog.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day,