October 21, 2014

All Hallows' Eve


I'm excited to share my Halloween projects with today using the Craftwell eBrushstencils, markers, stamps and SVG Cuts Catacomb Manor SVG Kit. I created a coordinating Halloween card, gift box and altered Home Decor piece.

Here's what my project pieces and home decor piece looked like before adding details with the eBrush, stencils and stamps.



Working on a non-stick craft mat for easy clean up, I used the eBrush and the Sharpie Adapter, along with a Black marker from STAEDTLER to add stenciling to the pattern paper panels using the Shattered Glass Stencil.



I used a Silver Fine Tip Sharpie and the eBrush to add the same stencil to the Black card stock panels.



To add color to the skull die cut panels and the Home Decor skull, I used the eBrush with the Sharpie Adapter and Neon Sharpies, spraying the color through a flower stencil.  After the flowers were added, I added more stenciling using the eBrush, Black marker and Shattered Glass Stencil, then randomly stamped a few spiders in Archival Black ink using the Gothic 31 (retired) stamp set from Artistic Outpost.



Here's a close-up of the card, I love the shimmer of the Silver Marker.  I embellished the box and card with Zva Creative Crystal Gems.



When airbrushing the projects, I wanted some of the areas to have flecks of Black, thus the random stray dots you see.


Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Gothic 31 stamp set
Ink - Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink, Ranger Black Archival
Card Stock - Black, Vanilla
Other - Craftwell eBrush, Sharpie Adapter, Sharpie Neon Markers/Silver Marker, STAEDTLER Mars Graphic Marker, Skull, Dimensionals, Zva Creative Crystal Gems, Tim Holtz Shattered Glass Stencil, Non Stick Craft Mat, Scor-Tape, Scor-Pal, Graphic 45 Pattern Paper, Silhouette Cameo, SVG Cuts Catacomb Manor Kit, Ink Blending Tool


If you missed my post last week, here's the Halloween Jack 0' Lantern I created that coordinates with these projects, it also uses the eBrush and SVG Cuts Fright Night SVG Kit.  More details can be found here.



I hope my projects have inspired you to so some Halloween crafting!

Thanks for visiting today!

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3 comments :

Debi tullier said...

Lisa you are on of the best designers I know!

Shari Trumbull said...

Lisa, LOVE your Halloween creations!! Es muy Dia de los Muertos!! :) LOL!! Sorry, that's the 'hood' from los angeles coming out of me... LOL!! Fabulous trio of Skull-icious magic!! OH--can the skull light up?? That would be fun :) XOXO-Shari

Gerrie Johnnic said...

I do believe that Deb said it all! Nice comment. This entire set is really done up so fantastically spooky. Congrats on being a Suuper Star! Xx

 
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