Monday, October 26, 2020

Halloween Cemetery card with video tutorial

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Hi everyone,

It's Monday and that means a new Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! This week it's all about "Movies".



This is my last Halloween card of the season, Now I have something to look forward to next year! I'm not really inspired by one particular film, but more by a creepy cemetery scene in a scary film. I don't have any tombstone dies or stamps, so decided to make these myself, very basic.

 

For the background I wanted to make hills with Stormy Sky Distress Ink, but changed my mind and started building the background with Stormy Sky Distress Ink and Faded Jeans and Black Soot Distres Oxide. I had a cool moon sticker that is very realistic and this immediately gives the entire card such a cool vibe. The branch of the Small Tattered Florals is perfect for creepy Halloween cards, so I had to use it again. And I applied some Grit-Paste on the gravestones for texture and I painted them black with Black Soot Distress Paint.

 

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Sandra


2 comments:

Maura said...

Very spooky and ethereal scene, Sandra! Love the dark and moody feel! Have a lovely week, Maura

butterfly said...

Absolutely adore that spooky sky - the eerie moonlight trying so hard to break through the murky shadows where who-knows-what is lurking. Brilliantly atmospheric!
Alison x