Sunday, 6 October 2019

Day 5 of 31 Days of Halloween 2019


Once again Leigh is hosting 31DOH!

Oct 1 - 31, 2019

The Blog Hop  linky party opens Oct 1st at 5 past midnight PDT and ends at midnight on Oct 31st!
  

For more details go to

🎃 LeighSBDesigns annual 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop🎃

I will be sharing today's Halloween make on Leigh's page...Day 1

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This year I thought I would make a Halloween scrapbook, hoping to share a number of pages with you over the month...




This is the next page:




The first layer is a lilac paper from my stash followed by a paper from The Other Side by Craft Box.
I then added the Sissix clock die cut in black with silver fingers, and a moon (triple stamped using stamps from Kitchen Sink and distress ink). The witch on the moon is a piece of confetti - the other two witches are die cut in silver.



Next I added the tags:



The technique on this first tag is Masking and Stamping with a blended background.


Method:

  1. Arrange masking film shapes onto the tag
  2. Make a blended background over the masks.
  3. Remove the masks and stamp over them with Archival Ink.
  4. Distress the edges by  blending in a dark colour.

The technique on my second tag is Custom Stamp Pad technique


Method:

  1. I made a custom stamp pad using a pad made of folded baby wipes with drips of reinker to add colour.
  2. Using a Kaisercraft stamp, I inked up the stamp and stamped it onto card.
  3. I die cut the tag and added Distress Ink around the edges.
  4. All the tags had a starry ribbon attached.

I then added the sentiment, diecut to a tag shape, distressed with Victorian Velvet distress ink and with a scrap of starry ribbon. 






I used real stamps on both of the tags here so I will link this page to 
Lost Coast Portal 31 Days of Halloween Challenge

Please pop by to see more of my Halloween makes... and maybe some fun trivia questions (for prizes!!)
October has crept up on me this year - but I will still have some spot prizes and the chance to win -
 keep watching (and commenting each day) to find out more!

Thank you to all those who emailed me with the answer to my first Spot Prize - all your names will go in the hat and prize winners will be announced at the beginning of November.


How many times have I taken part in 31DOH?
Well, I first took part in 2014 so this is my 6th attempt!




And here is my second SPOT PRIZE - email the answer to susanrenshaw0404@gmail.com

Yesterday's sentiment is from Macbeth - but where is today's verse from? 

Happy 31 Days of Halloween!




12 comments:

  1. It is impossible to pick a favorite page! The tag stamping techniques are great and I am taking notes :) Since I missed yesterday's question by a mere two years lol I will try again today. John Keats poem Tis the Witching Time of Night...today I can blame Google!! Hugs xx

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  2. Fab new additions to your book love the sentiment!!!

    Thanks for playing in the hop x
    Val DT LeighSBDesigns

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  3. Happy Day 5! Another creeptastic scrapbook page today, loving the details and that quote is a new one for me so inquiring minds do need to the source on this one!

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  4. Another great page to your Halloween scrapbook! Love that you are using "words of art" as a theme for your book! Happy 5th DOH!

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  5. Another great page in your book!

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  6. Love those mirrored pieces and all the clocks - a fabulous quote again :)

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  7. Love the tags. Great page Susan. Hugz

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  8. Thanks for joining the fun at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity Challenge. Hugz

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  9. Such a fun Halloween project. Love the sentiment and the clock. Thanks for joining the Lost Coast Design Challenge.

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