Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Grunge monday 22: Halloween

Hi Bloggies,

Today I participated in my first grunge monday from Studio L3! Found it very exciting!  I like Tim Holtz products very much, check his blog here, you won't regret it!
This week's theme is Halloween. In the Netherlands they don't celabrite Halloween. Maybe a little bit, but not the region where I live. That's a shame because I think it is a great holiday.
Unfortunately I had no time on Monday to begin the challenge, but yesterday I did the preparation, so I only had to assemble it today and finish the card.

 The products I used for it:
 - White cardstock (thin)
 - Page from a dictionary
 - Distress Ink (dusty concord, spiced marmalade, black soot, wild honey, frayed burlap, vintage photo, walnut stain)
 - Distress stains (walnut stain)
 - Crackle Paint (rock candy)
 - Stickles (Black Diamond)
 - Blending tool
 - (Mini) Mister
 - Dies (Raven & Scaredy Cat, tree branch, On the fence, Gothic boo).
 Found it very fun to do and I'll definitely participated more often, if time allows it maybe every week:)

Hope you liked my first grunge monday project!



Beth said...

Great Grungy Monday project! Well done!

Patricia said...

Wauw wat mooi gemaakt zeg!
Ik ben gelijk volger van je geworden, je maakt prachtige dingen.
En zo leuk nog een Nederlandse Grungy gek? haha
Groet Patricia said...

your work is wonderful.Thanks so much for sharing it with everyone.

Marjie Kemper said...

Terrific project! Love your colors and the sparkly cat on the fence. Welcome to the ATT group... you'll love it there.

Shirley said...

Sandra, I love your card!! It is excellent.

Sarah said...

Great to see you joining in with GM - your project is wonderful - well done!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wonderful pages.

Linda Ledbetter said...

Sandra, welcome to Grungy Monday! I'm so glad you joined in, and I have to say, your debut is STUNNING! What a brilliant combination of imagery, texture and color. You've done a wonderful job with the Halloween theme, and I can't wait to see more of your work!