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Sunday, September 23, 2012

My Witchy Woman is Full of Texture and Flying in for the VLVS Party!

To review today's "TEXTURE" challenge post for "ANYTHING BUT A CARD" please scroll down. I promise, please bear with me...it's all here :)


Welcome to Day One of the FUN!!! Starting today the Viva Las VegaStamps! Design Team is putting on a party that goes everyday through September 29th. There is a prize for those who leave comments on every post on each stop of the hop, too! I will giveaway a fabulous blog candy prize at the end of the hop drawn from all new followers of my blog.


We've got a full week of HALLOWEEN inspiration, blogs, prizes, contests and - each day will feature a different way to be entered to win a prize. So plan to drop by every day for your chance to win.

It's week number two of the "TEXTURE" challenge at "ANYTHING BUT A CARD"!!! ABAC is a bi-weekly challenge and today, the Design Team showcases NEW projects using the current challenge "Texture" Challenge number TWO. Head on over to ABAC and see all the fantastic projects shared by the fantastic design team AND submissions by all of you. Best part...there's still another week to play along and link up via inlinkz froggy.


Last month I hosted a bloghop featuring altered wooden spoons...and this witchy woman riding a spoon is one of the spoons I created. But she needs a home! Using plates #1433 and #1429 from Viva Las Vegastamps! I created a scene for her inside of a recycled plexiglass frame. 


This lady is full of texture for the current Challenge at ABAC. She has fibers, glittery textured embossing powder...and bling!


My spoon is base painted with Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer and Garnet Mixers. I affixed orange gems and clear dew drops in the bowl area with Crystal Lacquer {this adds bling and texture}. Around the spoon edge, I adhered orange tinsel trim with double sided tape and wrapped black raffia around the neck of spoon {more texture}.


The handle is fiber wrapped with 3 kinds of shimmery, fuzzy goodness. The witchy woman is from an AlteredPages.com collage sheet AP-458D Wicked Witches I printed her twice and cut out two images to layer above spoon to give illusion of depth. I added some dimension and pizazz to my gal on the gloves, dress and shoes by applying black embossing powder that has glitter in it.

NOW HERE'S THE AFTER...in her new home!


I took a sheet of 8 1/2" x 11" coated cardstock and brayered in an orange sky. I stamped the branches in brown ink first to build depth in the branches, then stamped over again in black ink. I stamped moon with clouds onto the background and also on a yellow cardstock. I fussy cut out the moon and adhered to background. I finished the scene by stamping the bats and "Happy Haunting". I'm going to love this holiday decor for years to come. **TODAY"S GAME - PLAY to WIN** Share your favorite Viva Las Vegastamps! Halloween stamp on the VLVS! Facebook wall. CLICK HERE to visit VLVS Halloween stamps and HERE to go to VLVS! on Facebook. My stamp is "Skeleton Flashing #1041!

  

CLICK HERE to visit Viva Las Vegastamps! online store.

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See you tomorrow! : ) Sb

22 comments:

  1. Love your project... great texture, colors and use of the VLVS! Thanks for sharing your techniques!!

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  2. oh my word. I love what you have done with the flying witch- the background you created is stunning, and really showcases the altered spoon. You are so amazingly talented! I love it!

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  3. So scary and sexy at the same time!!!! If I ever run into a witch, I hope it is her. The added texture of the fiber and glitz makes realistic looking sparks! I ADORE this - Fab!

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  4. What a fantastic and fun piece - fabulous textures, and so glamorous in her wicked witchiness!
    Alison x

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  5. This is gorgeous, love all the details and REALLY loving the altered spoon ( that made me want to join your blog, lol ) I have also not heard of the 3D Crystal lacquer by Sakura, so i am going to check into that product some more! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

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  6. I love, love, love the artwork you made. It is so cool!

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  7. wow, how creative! I just got rid of a bunch of those frames. LOL Never thought about using them for something like this. The spoon is incredible. I love how you decorated it. What a great picture to hang out for the fall! tfs Tami

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  8. Wow, this is amazing!!! Love that blinged out spoon and that witch is just fabulous!!!

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  9. Your wicked witch is having just too much fun! And so am I!

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  10. What a party witch! She looks fantastic. Love her fashion and her gorgeous spoon transport.

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  11. What a party witch! Love her party wear and her gorgeous spoon transport.

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  12. I love your fabulous project!
    Great use of the wooden spoon with your spread!

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  13. What a great stamp....I need it. Interesting techniques...TFS

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  14. Oh wow! What a gorgeous card!! Love the 3D-ness of it :)

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  15. As if the spoon wasn't enough, you have given the witchy woman a perfect home! Fantastic!

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  16. Love what you did with the spoon!!

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  17. this is a beautiful piece of art..love it

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