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Frightful Halloween!!!

The month of October Altered Pages is partnering with Royal Langnickel. I have the opportunity to try their Gouche Acrylics on my FRIGHTFUL Halloween tag. I will aslo be sharing this project on my blog HERE as my project for the 31 Days of Halloween blog hop!




To start using Royal Langnickle Gouache - Crimson Red Lake, Mauve and Lemon Yellow paint randomely covering the Domestic Postcards tag. Set aside to dry, about 15 20 minutes.


Fussy cut image from Night Terrors - Altered Pages collage sheet and adhere to tag with glue stick.   
Stamp the Chandelier. Add spiders, draw web from the chandelier with a Pigma Micron Pen.
Add Bone border from Gothic Lace Sticker Borders, trim edges. Adhere Frightful, add ribbon and fibers for finishing touch!
 



Supplies:
Royal Langnickle Gouache Acrylics (Crimson Red Lake, Mauve and Lemon Yellow)
Tag Domestic Postcards
Bone border - Gothic Lace Sticker Borders Night Terrors - Altered Pages collage image
Chandelier stamp - Memory Box
Spiders
Ribbon & Fiber
Glue stick
Pigma Micron Pen



This month Altered Pages is partnering with Royal & Langnickel. In celebration of that along with October being breast cancer awareness month we are giving away this beautiful Pink Art Journal.



To be entered into the drawing all you have to do is just place an order of $10 or more with Alteredpages.com. The lucky winner will be announced on the blog as well as our Facebook page on November 1, 2015. Good luck!!

If you send us your PINK photo, we will add it to the Sunday post next weekend! Let's show everyone how many PINKYS we can get! See
HERE for more info! Email to: artsociates@gmail.com

Thanks so much for stopping by!!!

Comments

  1. Frightfully cute tag! Great job!

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  2. Love the brightly colored background with the black and white picture. She really pops here. Great tag.

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