Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Totally Wicked canvas (Creative Embellishements DT)

Totally Wicked canvas (Creative Embellishments DT)

I am so excited and happy to be a new design team member for Creative Embellishments.  I simply adore their products.  My daughter loves Halloween.  I found these awesome spider web chipboard pieces in the store and and just had to put together  this reverse canvas vignette.  So I thought I would use these old Graphic 45 papers I found in my stash to create a sort of window from inside a haunted house looking outside to a spooky country side.
For the main spider web I first inked them with Tim Holtz  black soot  and Ingvlid Bolme Old Road then applied Tim Holtz black soot embossing power and Lindy Stamp Gang Golden Pumpkin Blush embossing powder.  The corner webs do not have the Pumpkin Blush embossing powder. 
 Peeking out before the gate is a line of grass that was inked with Ingvlid Bolume Moss Lawn and Golden Pumpkin Blush embossing powder applied. 
 Look how the Golden Pumpkin Blush embossing powder gives the filigree interest.

 I used floral moss for the floor of my vignette. 

 Here are the Creative Embellishment boarders I used on this canvas.

 Spider Web Flourish BordersWeb BordersGrass Border

Thank you for stopping by to see what the papers are saying today.  I hope you have a frightfully spooky Halloween. 


 Gauche Alchemy  Mood board

I have always enjoyed the old time movies.  Loved watching this video and the music was amazing.  Totally my style. 

mixed media challenge October moon

Stuck?!  sketch challenge  The window curtain and love webs make the corner triangles.


  1. Spooktacular canvas! Love the G45 papers and alterations of the chippies!! xoxoxo

  2. Gorgeous Kathleen, so glad you were inspired by the sketch to create your incredible project! Unfortunately we are a layout only challenge site so it will not qualify for the prize draw, so sorry.

  3. This is so super cool! Thanks for playing along with the Gauche Alchemy challenge! :D

  4. Great Halloween theme. I love it.