My creation is finally completed for the Tando Creative
sponsored challenge at Haunted Design House.
I chose the webbed archway from Tando,
which came with four layers total. So many layers to play with!
I decided to use some of the balsa wood leftovers from my son's
bridge project last year. The wood added a bit more depth and
dimension to the original design.
I used my absolute favorite wet glue, Scotch Quicky-Dry Adhesive.
I highly recommend it for all your crafting needs. Just make sure
everything is where you want it.This stuff works fast!
The top three layers once they were glued together.
Dry run for the spider placement.
Lovely new Sweet Pea "Pumpkin Pixie" image.
It's nice that it's a digi so I could size it to fit my project.
My beautifully different layers.
Modeling paste, black gesso with matte medium, and lastly,
yummy purple glitter.
I used a coffin blank from my never ending stash, and painted it
with Black Soot Distress crackle paint. I went over it with some
purple metallic pigment ink, and then used clear embossing powder to
set the pigment ink. I also colored the roses to match my image, using Copics.
Managed to get kitty peeking through the Icicled (Stickles) web.
Tried the same technique of Distress crackle and metallic ink.
No embossing powder this time, though. I found some metallic dye ink
that worked really well.
I'd like to enter this project in the following challenges: