Hope all is well with you.
We finally got some rain last night. It wasn't much but it sure was exciting!
I've got a 4x6 Artist Post Card (APC) to display at Halloween in my little art corner. I had painted 2 chipboard bases with the black acrylic paint and used one of those for my Valentine APC last week. I had also stamped an extra Artistic Outpost medicine bottle, so I've used them both on this piece. For the next layer on the black chipboard, I adhered 2 scraps of designer patterned paper together and then cut that out with a Penny Black Antique Frame die.
On that layer, at the top, I added a color of scrap card stock that nicely matched the color I'd made the "medicine" (a dark brownish red). I cut it with a drippy border die that was part of a 3-border set I got on Amazon. On that layer I added the sentiment cut with Quickutz alpha dies out of orange card stock.
The medicine bottle was colored with watercolor brush markers and a Gecko Galz label was printed, fussy-cut and glued on. The Sheepski coffee cup from Coffee and Cake 1-2-3 was resized in PSE, printed out on white card, fussy-cut and colored with watercolor markers, Promarkers and colored pencil. I also created the smaller sentiments in PSE as well. I cut those out with deco scissors after stippling Peeling Paint Distress ink on them, and then ran a Promarker around them before adhering.
And done. My idea for this was: imagine your new neighbor asked you over for a chat and as you're sitting at her kitchen table, she tells you she's a witch and offers you some of her signature coffee. Then, you see the bottle of poison she forgot to hide.
Thanks for visiting and have a great start to your week.
Halloween and Humor
Halloween Festival at Disneyland Paris