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Happy Halloween!

This month is full of HAUNTINGLY SPOOKY projects and more. The Altered Pages Design Team has a bag full of tricks they are ready to share with you... be sure to check back each day and see what they create with our partner ArtAnthology's products!  Be sure to post a comment each day on the blog for a chance to win a prize package from ArtAnthology and AlteredPages.com



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Welcome to Day 4 of the 31 Days of Halloween



Today I would like to share a cute little canvas art board with you.



Supplies:
Image from Altered Pages Collage Sheet: Antique Halloween
ArtAnthology Dimensional Acrylic Paints
ArtAnthology Bubble Stencil
Black Ink
Graveyard Black Cardstock
Canvas Art Board
Wink of Stella
Stash:
Clear embossing powder
Stamp--Tricks and Treats
Gauze
Tiny bats

First paint the art board with ArtAnthology Dimensional Acrylic Terra Cotta Paint, dry.  With ArtAnthology Bubble Stencil and a sponge dab ink on background. Heat emboss with clear embossing powder.  Use toilet paper roll to apply ArtAnthology Dimensional Acrylic Vegas Gold Paint!


At the last minute I added a few circles made with the bubble stencil and ArtAnthology Dimensional Acrylic Baby Blue Eyes Paint. Layer image on Graveyard Black Cardstock, attach gauze to back before attaching to the board with foam dots. Edge with Wink of Stella!


Stamp sentiment with Black Ink and layer on Graveyard Black Cardstock, adhere to art board.  Add a few little bats... for a spooky little wall hanging!


Thanks for stopping by~ Lyneen

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