Isn't this the cutest stamped image? I just think it is adorable. I got it over the summer but just now had the time to try it out. When I was stamping it, I thought "why not use it for Halloween cards"? I think they ended up making cute holiday cards.
I simply stamped them with black Memories ink and colored them in using the MCP technique. For those that don't know what the MCP technique is - it is Magic Colored Pencil technique. It is coloring with Prismacolor pencils and using Gamsol (I use Sansodor) to blend the colors.
I recently hostessed a Halloween Hanglie Danglie Mingle with the theme of the Black Hat Society. All of the art pieces had to include an image of a person and a witches hat. I previously posted the one I mailed out. This is the one I received - "Little Witches Don't Stay Little". Autumn made this for me. She does incredible artwork. I was thrilled to receive this, and have it proudly hanging in my kitchen. Thank you Autumn!!!
I am the hostess of a Halloween mingle in one of my art groups. The theme was "Black Hat Society". We each had to make one "hanglie danglie" (that's a technical term) that had to include an image of a person and a black hat. This is what I came up with.
The base of my "hanglie danglie" is a canvas covered board. I inked it up in shades of orange and red. After stamping the chandelier image, I used some yellow oil pastels to highlight it. The womans image was added to a large puzzle piece and topped with a hand cut witches hat. The potion bottles are 3D laser cut wood bottles from Etsy. I added bling, and some chandelier drops along the bottom edge.