Thursday, October 5, 2017

31 Days of Halloween 2017 (Day 5)

It's Day 5 of the 31 Days of Halloween annual event hosted by Terra!
The Challenge as a Wicked Blogger is to post something each day in October that is Halloween/Day of The Dead themed!!
 Below this post you will find the blog roll for all the
Wicked Bloggers!

Today I made a Black Cat ATC to share with you.
ATC's background is patterned paper stamped with a piece of bubble wrap in festive berries. Cat & spiderweb were stamped in Intense black archival ink, and heat embossed with a clear embossing powder. I used green watercolor pencil for his eyes and white on his body.
 I found a chipboard frame the same size as my atc. I adhered pieces of torn tissue wrapping paper to it with matte medium, and colored it with black soot distress paint and added bit of gold water color. Using tacky glue to adhere frame to atc.

Black Cat
Happy Creating! Tee

Supplies:
2 1/2 x 3 1/2 chipboard
Patterned Paper
Bubble Wrap
Black Cat & Spiderweb Stamps
Intense Black Archival Ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Heat Tool
Watercolor Pencils
Distress Paints-Festive Berries & Black Soot
Chipboard Frame
Tacky Glue
Matte Medium
Gold Watercolor
Watercolor Brush







Terra

Black Dragon

Susan

LeighSBDesigns

Lyneen

Stampendous Stamps

Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda

Tee  (You're Here)

Alison

Sarah

Nan

Airless Chambers

Jessica

Kat

Shell


 Next Wicked Blogger on the list is Alison!


13 comments:

  1. That is one mystifying cat. Great background on your ATC. Love the stamped images. The cat almost looks 3-dimensional!

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  2. Totally enjoying your 31 Days of postings!

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  3. I love anything that involves a cat and this is just PURRfect! Love it!

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  4. The cat looks like velvet or felt.
    Beautiful piece.
    The framing is great.
    thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love it!
    its stunning!

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  6. Fab cat image and background. Love the frame too.

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  7. Oh I love black cats! We used to have one named Odin. Now we have a black and white cat named Domino. He's all right but he's no Odin.

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  8. That is a very pretty cat. Hugz

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  9. Awesome process! I love reading about how you get to your awesome finished creation. Those green eyes are perfect for a spooky kitty.

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  10. Amazing! Gorgeous! Stunning! I LOVE CATS!!

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  11. wow that cat is amazing, so lifelike...thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge...hugs kath xxx

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