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Time is slipping away

Happy Friday and welcome to Day 24 of the 31 days of Halloween.  

I have another canvas to share with you today.  Don't let the month slip away without being entered in to the drawing this month.  Simply share a comment below today and each day this month.  The more daily posts you comment on, the more chances to win!


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Halloween is creeping up on us!

I love creating for Halloween and I'm enjoying the Design Team's projects this month.  We have had projects of all types from the cute to the scary you to enjoy.  The scary ones are my favorites, but I've toned this one down a little bit from the Dracula canvas I made last time.  I've included a Snapguide tutorial in case you'd like to follow along.  I hope you like it. 

Check out How to Create a Halloween Canvas II by Robin Horasanian on Snapguide.

Products used:
 5x7 Canvas Board
 AlteredPages.com Night Terrors Collage Sheet
 AlteredPages.com Time Is On Your Side Collage Sheet
 AlteredPages.com Black & White Tag Alphabet Collage Sheet
 AlteredPages.com Fall Fantasy Collage Sheet
 AlteredPages.com Ahoy Matey Collage Sheet
 Big Brush Orange marker
 Black acrylic paint, black glitter, black lace scrap from my stash
 Patterned Facial Tissues (or other tissue paper)

And here is a scan of the final canvas.  I've got it on a mini easel, but it could be hung with an addition of a little ribbon.  Thanks for stopping by! 

Comments

  1. Great canvas Robin! LOVE the color - perfect for Halloween :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This is a fun, fun piece. I just love all the details you've included - and the coloring and application techniques are terrific! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Cute one! Love how the background is primarily green -makes the orange key POP!

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  4. You never cease to amaze me.
    Thanks again for the tutorial.
    This is a real piece of art.

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  5. Love the shelf idea! And you have filled it with wonderful goodies!! This is a very dimensional card and I absolutely love that and this card!! Fantastic images and layout with awesome papers!!

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  6. I really love this canvas, Robin, and your snap guide tutorial is fabulous!

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  7. Great canvas . Love the images, patterns and colors.

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  8. Love the tut, the snap guide is cool! Your card is awesome, love the green spotted background! The hourglass is my favorite!~kim

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  9. Great canvas and wonderful tutorial!

    Marilyn

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  10. the red around the skull at the bottom makes ever thing just pop love it

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  11. Love the layers and textures on this canvas! I will definitely heed it's warning!!!

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  12. That is a great convas, so fun for this time of year.

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  13. WOW! Awesome texture and dimension. thanks for the fab step by step. xxD

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  14. A spooktacular collage of wicked cool elements! Love the composition you created!

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  15. Great canvas! Love the colours. ..and the different elements! !

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  16. Great canvas, the colors are amazing, love the video. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. What a cool way to share step by step instructions! Love the canvas and all the fine details you included!

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  18. Wonderful canvas! Love the way you have combined all these elements into one harmonious whole.

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  19. Amazing canvas! Love all the elements you've added.

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  20. Cool canvas robin! thanks for the tut!

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