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Day 10 of 31: A 2-fer with Rick St. Dennis and Dreamweaver Stencils

Greetings, my ghoulish friends! I have 2 projects for you to check out, for two fantastic DT's. The first is Rick St. Dennis, and the other is Dreamweaver Stencils.

This is BeWitching. Ain't she though? I had a great time coloring her. I love her cape, and her ruffles. And hey! I got lucky and my purples don't look un-purple today! ;)

Again, I broke out the Spectrum Noirs to color her up. My sentiment is from Tiddly Inks, and the punch I used is from EK Success. I think this witch is rad.

I am sharing this card also on the Airless Chambers Blog today.

Now, on to my Dreamweaver Stencils project. You may recall from last week that the challenge for the month is "Mysterious and Magical." I hope you like my latest offering for this challenge.

I started off with the awesome Stone Wall stencil. I embossed it, rather roughly, with white embossing paste. I then buffed on a few shades of Distress Ink. I used Peeled Paint to make it look a bit mossy. Then, I embossed the Crows with Black Embossing Paste. The pastes I used are both from Dreamweaver. After they dried, I cut them out.

Check out the fabulous texture you can create with the paste! I know my foam dots are visible...I wanted you to see the dimension. And I a ran out of black foam dots! For my background, I tore a few pieces of various browns. I used a Martha Stewart Tombstone punch and coordinating stamp, and my bat fence is also from Martha Stewart. The "Nevermore" is from one of my favorite Smeared Ink sets, Quoth the Raven.

So what do you think? I certainly had a great time making both of these pieces. Below is the link list for the "B" Team for Dreamweavers Stencils. Swing by and sat hello! Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

Matney said…
Both Awesome projects today!!! Love the coloring on the BeWitching lady in her fab green coat and purple (yes I can see the purple!) ruffles. Great glitter accents.
Amazing work on that stone wall. I have not heard of embossing paste. Yea Day 10!
DogsMom said…
A congress of crows! I wonder what they are discussing.
The mossy look turned out wonderfully. I doubt it could be done better.

And your purples are purplishious!
DonnaMundinger said…
That witch sure is rad! Lovin' the colors and is that sparkly Washi? Your stone wall looks so fabulously real I'm in AWE! Love that spooky scene. xxD
Whoa....this is gorgeous, Alison! So many details too! Thank you for such beautiful inspiration.
Louise said…
Love them both Alison! But I really like how your stone wall turned out, awesome!
Lea said…
Girl, that stone wall is rocking it! Fantastic card! Bewitching is pretty amazing, too! So glad you're guesting with us on your favorite month! Hugs!
Kelli said…
This is freakingamazing!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!
Emily Thubbron said…
Alison, both of your offerings are amazing. I definitely love how you colored that rad witch. The crows look like they are planning something sinister. One question...what is embossing paste? I have never heard of it.
Sharon Sahl said…
Two gorgeous projects! Since I'll see the witch again, I'll just comment on the amazing crow creation! That wall is fabulous and putting the fence in front of it inspired! And the strips of paper to create a background - you rock!!
xfilekc said…
Wow - the colouring on that witch is gorgeous!

I love the textures in the Nevermore wall!
ldfdesign said…
Two amazing projects! I had never heard of embossing paste, had to look it up. It sounds fun, love what you did with it.
Pam Hornschu said…
Love the texture and color on that stone wall, and I can just hear those ravens going "caw, caw, nevermore"!
Jan Castle said…
Both cards are wonderful - each has unique qualities! Well done!!!
craftings said…
Wonderful witch...great colour!!
Two spooktacular creations today! Love your RSD card, gorgeously coloured image and your Nevermore creation is wicked cool!
monique said…
love them both, great colours on the witch
Wendy said…
Two awesome projects Alison. Love the RSD witchy. You do a wonderful job coloring his stamps. Love the stencil piece also.
maureenjscott said…
the purples do look stunningly purple today! Love the colours on that first one! And i'm loving the texture on the second project, want to stroke it!! mo x
Vicki Sopcak said…
Great Job, you can see all the hard work you put in and it turned out fabulous. Thanks for sharing your step by step instructions.
Carla said…
these are two of my faves now...love the RSD image so wonderfully colored... and the ravens are amazing!
Lyneen said…
Both are fantastic cards!!!! love your awesome witch!!! What super colors!!
Steph said…
Amazing projects! First of all that witch is fab and I love the bright colors.
Second I love that stone wall so much textures and the colors are awesome.
Third... omg they have black foam dots??? where have I been I've never seen those.
Beautiful work!

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