Friday, August 27, 2010

Moonlit Ravens

Yes, another Halloween card.  I just can't get these ravens out of my head!  The Boulders with Lichen and Spooky Branch are from Stampscapes.

To create this card I stamped the Boulders with Lichen using StazOn Jet Black then used my stamp-a-ma-jig for placement of the two crows.  Next, I stamped the Spooky Branch also in StazOn Jet Black and used my 1 1/4" circle punch to create a mask for the moon.

The sky was sponged with Going Gray, Basic Gray and Distressed Black Soot.  The Boulders were sponged with Basic Gray and Distressed Forest Moss.

I used a piece of Dove gray paper from Memory Box to cut my mat to 5 1/4" x 4" and assembled the card which is 5 1/2" x 4 1/4".

Thank you for coming to visit me today.  I hope you enjoyed my spooky scene.

Card Recipe:
Stamps:  Graveyard Gala, Stampscapes Boulders with Lichen & Spooky Branch
Paper:  Black Linen, Dove Gray by Memory Box, Glossy White
Ink:  StazOn Black, Going Gray, Basic Gray, Distressed Black Soot, Distressed Forest Moss
Accessories:  1 1/4" Circle Punch for Mask
Techniques:  Sponging

8 comments:

Kristie said...

What a neat Halloween card! It's very haunting and spooky!

KarinsArtScrap said...

a great halloween card donna
your sponging is great

greetings karin

Diane said...

This is really gorgeous, Donna. You achieved a very dramatic and realistic look. Amazing moon. Mine always turns out too defined. How did you get it to look fuzzier...like the moon is glowing through the clouds rather than suspended in the sky. LOVE the effect.

Diane said...

I keep meaning to tell you I like your music...goes well with your classy blog!

Traci M said...

I'll be spooked!! This is one very realistic looking Halloween card...like Diane, I like your moon and the rocks look real, so dimensional!! Great job!!

Paige said...

Your card is amazing! Love it!

misstreez said...

Love this scene. You've used your stamps and ink beautifully.

Ree Donnelly said...

Love this SPOOKY card! Beautiful job!!

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