Saturday, 25 October 2014

Halloween Postcard

Good morning all and a big welcome to my new follower Carol, it's lovely to have you with me.

Halloween is the latest challenge at the Speed Craft Challenge, they have changed one of their rules, you now have 15 minutes to make your project instead of 10 minutes. It's nice to have a bit longer but I still didn't finish in the time.

Here is a photo of the items I used.


This is as far as I got in the 15 minutes - I used the stop watch on my phone.

 
I sponged distress ink on to the card and splattered with water, after drying it I stamped and embossed the skull and sentiment. I made a mask to cover the skull and stamped some crackle then I took some colour of the skull with a water brush, then I edged the card with distress ink.

After the 15 minutes was up I stamped some bats and cats.


Stamps used.
Stampers Anonymous - skull and sentiment.
Kaisercraft - crackle.
Cherry Pie Art Stamps - cats and bats.

12 comments:

  1. Fabulous design and colours,just gorgeous.xxx

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  2. Your card is gorgeously spooky! Have a nice weekend, Valerie

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  3. Happy skulltastic Halloween :-)

    Sally

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  4. Oooh you nearly got there, just added a bit of touching up, I'm sure that's allowed - lol. Anyway it turned out fabulous xxx

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  5. Stunning and all the moreso considering you were working to such a tight time constraint.
    You definitely achieved a spookiness to your card.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  6. Hi Hazel! Fantastic!! I love your spooky creation! Your make is judged at 15 minutes finished or unfinished and this looks amazing to me! Love that crackle on the background! Thank you for joining our Halloween challenge at Speed Craft! Hugs,
    Ingrid xx

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  7. Now this is spookily lovely Hazel,you did a wonderful job in the time limit anyway :)

    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  8. This is wonderful Hazel-well done

    Love Chrissie x

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  9. Brilliantly done and within the time Hazel, well done! Loving all the colours you have used and those stamps are definitely spooky :-) xxx

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  10. Brilliant, quite Day of the Dead :) xx

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