Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Metallic Halloween

Hi everyone,

Today I finally had time for the new Compendium of Curiosities Challenge. This time Blended Stains was the chosen technique. This technique can be found on page 45 of the book. Simon Says Stamp is the generous sponsor of this week!

I haven't got the time to play with the new metallic Distress Stains, and today it finally happened. I did the technique with all the three metallic Stains. My spider is a bit fury. I used sticky embossing powder, but that did not work out so well is I wanted to. Need more practice!

Thank you for stopping by! Love to see you next time!



  1. This is very cool! Love the metallic stain. :)

  2. ondanks de spin toch heel leuk geworden!

  3. Ik vind het echt een GEWELDIGE tag zeg!
    Vooral juist de spin lekker creepy zo!!!!!
    Groetjes Patricia

  4. Hij is GAAF Sannie!! Die Ali Edwards stempels zijn echt ook heel mooi, die metalic stain is ook heeeeel stoer. Echt super mooi gedaan.
    Echt een SUPER tag!!


  5. Your tag is really nice -it's that darn ole' skeleton that spooks me out. He is so real looking. I love the way you have done the ties and the border. If only I could keep up with you kid!!

  6. LOL!!! I did the same thing! Aren't they brilliant stains? Love your stamping!

  7. Hey Sandra,

    Ik vind de spin juist erg leuk!!!
    Mooie stempels trouwens die woorden.

    Groetjes Cis

  8. This is fantastic Sandra. Love the metallic blending. How did you do the skull as it is wonderous? (it reminds me of a couple of paintings by Holbein, including one where the eyes on the skull follow you around the room). Hugs, Buttons x

  9. Funny that I was looking at my unopened M-stains! Sandra, these work so well for this technique! Love this tag and that cool skull! Hugs!

  10. Love!! So creepy, it's great! I really like the metallic stain with this technique

  11. Hi Sandra, Love this tag! I have those metallic stains and haven't used them yet either. They're quite stunning on this!

  12. What a fantastic tag - looks like a lot of fun to make!