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Alice In Wonderland and ArtAnthology

Are you enjoying the Halloween hop so far?  There will be more spooky goodies in the second part of this post, but for now, I have another layout from the Alice altered book I've been creating in (in case you missed it, here is the COVER, and here is the first WHITE RABBIT layout), plus a little peek at an upcoming layout.

First we have Alice, printed over a print of the corresponding text from the story, the background spritzed with Dylusions Inks, and colored and haloed with PanPastels.

The keys are from an Altered Pages collage sheet, of course, and they're glittered up with Wink of Stella Pens.

 Still trying to capture glitter in a photograph--you can almost see the shimmer here:





Here is the peek of the next layout, Alice swimming in her pool of tears--the ArtAnthology Velvet paints are sheer enough you can see the lines of the printed drawing, yet thick enough to make some nice wave texture:

Of course, it would help if the photo were better--and yes, I added a little added glitter, just because . . .

Have a wonderful Thursday, and be sure to leave a comment to be part of the October drawing!!
:)trisha



Now Day 23 of the 31 days of Halloween!!!

The Altered Pages Design Team is also participating in the Smeared & Smudge's 31 Days of Halloween month long blog hop. There are hop prizes to win. Go HERE to read all the rules on how to win hop prizes... it isn't too late!!! Have fun and Good Luck! Be sure to check the side bar for the blog roll!!!

Today Lyneen has a SKULLY Halloween card!


Supplies:
Skulls from the Muse Gothic Collection
Pattern Paper Steampunk Spells
Lace
Punched Spiders 
Black ink
Brown ink




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