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Frankenstein Tag: Day 25 of 31 Days of Halloween

I am sharing another tag today. I really enjoy making them. I hope to eventually use this one on a layout. I colored up Frankenstein, from Strange Skin’s Monster Buffs collection (did you know they now have two more famous monster sets???). Check it.

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I didn’t use any paper on this tag, aside from that which I used to print Frankenstein out. I used some raw cardboard, 3 Glimmer Mists (Jack O Lantern, Haunted Shadows, and Lily Pad), a Glimmer Screen (the spider web), my stitch stamp (Stampers Anonymous), a bit of white and black ink, Amazing Glaze, and some fibers. Oh. There’s an eyelet too. Not a lot of stuff to make a pretty cool tag!

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Here’s a close up of Frankenstein. He’s colored with my colored pencils. Isn’t he totally creepy?

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Here I’m trying to show you the lovely Glimmer Mist. If you click on this (or any other) picture), you can see it bigger. You can really see the Amazing Glaze along the edge here.

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You can see a lot of Glimmer in this shot. I love how the colors always blend so nicely together. You can also see just how big the tag is.

I cannot believe that Halloween is less then one week away!!! I have to say, that aside from being amazed at the talent we’ve seen over the past month, I am really going to miss hoping to the fabulous Wicked Bloggers (posted on my sidebar) everyday. I love to leave them all comments…and let’s face it, I love to read some love too! ;} I’m just glad that we can all still view each other’s work not only on the blogs, but on Smeared & Smudged too! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

This turned out awesome Alison! I love your coloring on this and the whole layout is awesome and that Frankenstein is TOO cool!
ldfdesign said…
this tag is awesome!!! wonderful coloring, the fibers, everything!!!!
~Lady B~ said…
you did a fantastic job with this! your coloring is amazing!
DonnaMundinger said…
WOW! FAbulous tag! That background is stunning and Frankie is da bomb! xxD
Danielle said…
Another awesome tag! Love the background, and you colored Frank awesome!
Stitchinwitch said…
Love the background and the way you coloured Frankie
Sugar said…
love frankie! he looks awesome!!
love the tag!!
Alex said…
Absolutely fabulous Alison! That stitch stamp is just perfect on the tag! You are the best colorer!!!
Jane said…
I love it one of my favorite images he looks fantastic
Luv Janexxx
Frankenstein looks like he is alive on this fantastic tag.... I know it's just the head....but!!! Love the effect of the different colour mists. Great tag!!
Helen xx
Steph said…
Love that tag! Great job on coloring Frank, he looks amazing and I love all the little details on the tag, the mists, the web the stitches.... I gotta get that stamp. Fab job!
KC said…
this is a great tag! I love the glimmer mist and those stitches are so cool!
Lynette said…
I love the spider web and Frakie is wonderfully gruesome.LOL

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