Friday, September 1, 2017

Mixed Media Monthly #40 - Vintage


It's time for another challenge over at the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge. This time our theme is Vintage - just created a vintage project or add some vintage elements to your project.

I created a Halloween card. I used stamps from an IndigoBlu stamp set called Hocus Pocus. I also used some Tim Holtz stickers and the bat is a Tim Holtz Trinket. The papers were from my stash and not labeled. All the inks I used were Distress Oxides.

12 comments:

  1. Your Halloween card is fabulous! I love the papers you used for the background and those Indigo blue stamps are wonderful, especially the owl image - perfect! I know you didn't use it but the raven sat on top of the books is pretty cool too 😁. Wishing you a happy start to the week! J 😊

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  2. I love this Donna, one of my favourite Indigo Blu stamp sets and it looks perfect here xx

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  3. Oooh! I really, really love your Halloween card! You've done a fantastic job coloring your owl image! Got to have those stamps!

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  4. What a wonderful Halloween bat image with that great castle and purple sky! love the background 'wall paper' with the creepy web, spiders and bat!

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  5. I love Halloween! That card is beautiful! We are close to each other i'm in Cayce, SC. I just started doing mixed media and art journaling. I look forward to seeing more of your amazing work! Cheers, Colleen

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  6. Oooh, love that owl. What a cool card. Hugz

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  7. awesome, this owl is my favourite!

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  8. Ready for Halloween I see.. I love the dramatic feel of this card.

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  9. Beautiful stamping Donna, great many details. Love it

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  10. loving your gorgeous spooky vintage owl card. I would frame it and hang it up!

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  11. It's exquisite! Love, love, love and I too would want to frame it - the stamped panel is especially gorgeous Karen x

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