A fun Halloween Canvas and lots of Halloween Embellishments!

A fun Halloween Canvas and lots of Halloween Embellishments!

This is such a fun crafty time of the year ’cause I love making spooky fun Halloween projects.  This is a little canvas that has two tombstone candy holders.  Aren’t they just so fun?
I started out by misting a 8 x 10 canvas with gold and black mists.  I’m on vacation and scrapping in my mobile studio so I don’t have my usual full complement of supplies.  I was really wishing
for some purple mist but, I made do with purple distress ink after the mists dried.
The title is a chipboard piece that I heat embossed with Stampendous Aged Spice embossing enamel.  The cute little witch’s hat and bat over the H are part of the title chippie too.  The I added a couple more wood veneer bats that I painted black.
To finish it off, I added some Petaloo Botanica blooms, Cheery Lynn diecut foliage and a black cat.  I think every Halloween scene probably needs a black cat, right?

 

I’ve used one of my favorite Creative Embellishments chippies, Mr Bones as I call him.  He is so cute with his skeletal smile!  I painted him and the spiderweb with watered down white paint.
The candy box tombstones are a Silhouette cut file.  I embellished with chipboard zombie hands and Halloween flair buttons.  I love those even though they give me the creeps!

 

Love that chipboard pumpkin too!

 

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Thanks for visiting  today. Be sure to stop by the Creative Embellishments store and see all the great and creepy Halloween embellishments.  Also remember that Creative Embellishments has a monthly inspiration photo challenge with a $50 gift certificate prize awarded randomly.  You’ll find the monthly challenge  on our blog.

Filled Under : Maggi Harding DT

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    • Gail McDowell
    • October 31, 2016
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    Love your Halloween Canvas, and all of the great embellishments you used! What fun!

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