Thursday, 28 October 2010
Goth Wooden Arches
This is a bit of fun I made for Hallowe'en. It is a wooden arch, painted with Crackle Paint in Spiced Marmelade and sponged with Silkies. The stamps are a mixture of Stampotique and Inkadinkadoo which Hazel and Alison kindly lent to me as they were here for the day when I was making it. The words are computer generated and then image transferred so that the background shows through. The skull and crossbones are Grungeboard Icons, and I have added a spade charm to the tombstones on the back. The Scaredy Cat is actually the Cheshire Cat from my Alice set, on shrink plastic.
The idea was for it to be like a child's bedroom with the Keep Out sign on the door.
Posted by Lucy Edmondson at 14:36
Labels: Cherry Pie, Goth, Gothic, Inkadinkadoo, Stampotique, Wooden Arches
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This is such a fun piece :) Lynne xReplyDelete
It turned out great Lucy, I love it.ReplyDelete
Pretty cool Lucy!ReplyDelete
Creepy, creepy, creepy. I'm definitely keeping out, lol. xxReplyDelete