Monday, 14 October 2013

DAY #14 0F THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN with Gastdesigner Silke Rieger Halloween Nightfever

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And now we can safely enter Silke's Halloween world.... it's time for a scary discoparty!

I used a piece of glass as a gelli plate, using black, white, silver acrylics, mod podge and a brayer to combine the colours. If you want to have more variety on the glass, do not brayer too much or you are only going to mix 3 colours into one.



Stamps used:

PLATESW101 Frankrijk  (La Tour Eiffel)


other material:
Sizzix embossing folder Halloween
TCW-stencil
bats (Spellbinder die)

Thanks for stopping by, 
see you tomorrow for DAY #15.




20 comments:

Jetske said...

Great poster, you managed to create a great background with light and dark spots, perfectly blended.
Good use of the images!

ldfdesign said...

Oh that is very cool! Love the blending of the background! Great job!

Ineke said...

Very nice work, love the colors very spooky.

nichtniedlich said...

wow this skull tower is so cool, love it! Scary and wonderful at once!
hugs serafeena

DogsMom said...

So much to appreciate and love.

You did a wonderful job on the background. As you explained, it can be tricky not to just get a dark blobby color.

Lyneen said...

WOW... that is one AMAZING work of art. I LOVE the Eiffel Tower!!! Your background is FANTASTIC! The composition of all the stamps is MARVELOUS! What can i say... I LOVE THIS!!!

xfilekc said...

Creepy goodness. Lovely invitation!

craftings said...

Wonderful layout and images, love the colour!!

petpan said...
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petpan said...

Great colours and very spooky

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

LOL, what a fun but spooky piece! I'll go to that party!

Emily Thubbron said...

Love the blended background. Just curious though, what's a gelli plate? I am learning so much being a Horrifying Hopper. I love this project.

Matney said...

Love the admittance fee. Awesome background and very cool. Love all the images and totally fun. They are going to have a great time!

DonnaMundinger said...

WOW! Love that background and fab combination of stamps. Fabulously spooky! xxD

Wendy said...

Wow...this piece is outstanding. Love the stamps and scene that you created!

Carla said...

lovely indeed...such an eerie combination of images!

Steph said...

Love this collage of images! La tour eiffel est magnifique. Fabulous invite :)

Sharon Sahl said...

Beautiful blending of the colors on your glass plate and what a wonderful mix of images!

maureenjscott said...

Fantastic!! love the idea of using glass! awesome! Mo x

Corrie Herriman said...

This is brilliant. I love it.
Corrie