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Day 14 of 31 Days of Halloween: Pumpkin and Crows Pendant

Hello! I hope you are all enjoying the weekend. I certainly am. It's been rather busy here, but certainly in a good way. Today, I am sharing a pendant with you. I used an image from Inkadinkado that is from the same set as the card I shared with you yesterday.

Isn't that a cool stamp? I started off with a piece of wood, that I painted using Crown Jewel's paint by Acent. It's acrylic paint that is metallic. So pretty. After it dried, I stamped the image using Versa Craft ink by Tsukineko. I colored the pumpkin with 2 Copic markers, and then I embossed the heck out of it with Judi Kins Amazing Glaze.

You can see the pretty texture created by the Amazing Glaze here. I punched a couple of holes (rather crookedly, I might add) before embossing using my Crop A Dile.

Here, you get a better idea of it's size since it's in my hand. It's pretty large. About the size of an ATC. You can also see how metallic the Crown Jewels paint is too. I hope you have enjoyed my offering for today. Please be sure to visit the rest of the Smeared and Smudged 31 Days of Halloween Wicked Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fang-tastic day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Fabulous stamps and great ombre'd background. Love it, Alison! xxD
How darling! Great choice and beautiful finish!
ScrappinCSI said…
Smashing idea of what to do with the wood samples from the hardware store. Love the colors and the metallic paints worked out so well. Thank you for the inspiration.
Jane said…
wow love it looks fantastic I love that stamp
hugs xxx
Sharon Sahl said…
This is beautiful and thanks for mentioning product - don't have any of that stuff but very little room left in the studio. Do you thing other acrylic metallic paints would work?
Alison said…
Hi! Yes, I am sure other brands work just fine. Its fun to experiment ! Have fun!
Alison said…
Hi! Yes, I am sure other brands work just fine. Its fun to experiment ! Have fun!
Wendy said…
awesome pendant...love it...great texture and shine!
~Lady B~ said…
Fabulous pendant! I love the paint job!
monique said…
it's so very beautful
KC said…
this is so cool! the colors are very pretty!
Celeste said…
Great idea! Love how you painted it.
Julia said…
Great pendant!
Hugs,
Julia
ScrappingBeauty said…
really cute project!!! nice imagery- pumpkin full of surprises! The glaze is such a nice effect!
Ally White Cat said…
wonderful..i have to try this soon. love it.
hugs,
susan s.
Ally White Cat said…
wonderful..i have to try this soon. love it.
hugs,
susan s.
Dieverdog said…
What a cool pendant! I love the image and the colors! You will have fun wearing this to Halloween parties for sure! Or giving it as a gift maybe. Great job!
love the shine and colors, cool stamp!
Steph said…
Beautiful, love the texture!
The color and texture on this project is just wowsers1 Love the image and the way you colored it.
ldfdesign said…
love this, the coloring and the texture! its fabolous!
Kristina said…
Wow that is way cool looking! Great job!
Peace,
Kristy

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