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Day 6 of 31: Wicked Witch with Stampendous

Not all witches are wicked. If anyone knows that, it's you folks that are hopping through the 31 Days of Halloween, but for my Day 6 project, I decided to use the Wicked Witch of the West for my focus.

I used the new stencil called Framed Witch by Stampendous. I stenciled her in 2 steps. First, I did the witch herself. I taped off the frame so that the Matte Black Embossing Paste wouldn't travel where I didn't want it. After I removed the stencil, I sprinkled on some Forestry Metallic F/X Powder on to the areas of her skin. After that dried, I re-taped the stencil, this time, over the cameo and I applied Bronze Creative Medium from Imagine and I let that dry.


Next I used a Fitted Frame to die cut around the stenciled image. I also inked the edges with Black Shimmer Delicata Ink from Imagine. Using the same gray cardstock, I cut a 6x6" piece for my background, and stenciled the Corner Flourish with the Bronze Creative Medium. More black Shimmer on the edges, plus a bit of a green shimmer rub from a company that is no longer in business. Then I tore a fun spiderweb paper from DCWV and added it to the lower half. I had some cool gold "ribbon" that I added for some more texture. 


This is a fun stencil to work with, and I can see using each of the components separately as well as in this fashion. Thanks for visiting me today. Don't forget to check out the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my sidebar. Have a creeptastic day! 

Comments

Susan Salyer said…
I love the look of this. So deep and dark and gorgeous. Happy Day 6
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the black and gold.
the gold looks like there is
a light behind it.
Fantastic.
thanks for sharing.
WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW! Superbly spectacular! The gold behind the black makes it look illuminated and is quite magical! The stenciled backgrounds are pretty amazing too!!! All together I can honestly say that this has me mesmerized!!! TFS!
BethW said…
Another must have. Gold with the black is perfect-elegant spooky! Would love to try this and mount it in a shadow box.
Susan Renshaw said…
Stunning make - love the black and gold!
Love the green face! Awesome!
Jean said…
So very cool! Love the face!
Denise Bryant said…
Awesome details! Love this fabulous new stencil design! Looks great in black and gold... so spooky for Halloween!
Wicked cool page, that stencil frame is to die for!
Viki Banaszak said…
The golden frame is awesome! Love it!
SHartl said…
You are so creative with all these shimmery products and stenciling! This is the perfect classic Halloween witch.
Jade Passmore said…
The Bronze Creative Medium is really cool stuff. You made a very cute and clever Halloween card.

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