I wanted him to be metal. Since I don't have any metallic paper I looked at what I do have to achieve this metal look... alcohol inks! I started by cutting my Monster with Ranger's Glossy Paper.
You can't even tell he is made out of paper.
I love this bright Halloween Canvas using distress spray stains wilted violet, carved pumpkin and twisted citron.
On the canvas I used the Halloween stencil and texture paste after I inked. To get the colours more intense I used distress inks.
Look at this wee brush bottle tree inked as candy corn using carved pumpkin and fossilized amber distress spray stains.
I was planning on misting the crinkle ribbon to bleed the carved pumpkin and twisted citron...BUT... I left it ;)
More alcohol inks with botanical on the trophy I cut in half.
I inked the Toil and Trouble Alpha parts with a punch of carved pumpkin distress paint.
I decided he needed a bow tie so an alpha parts bat and spider will do.
I attached the inked up clip to the top and another spider.
The side is stamped with this saying from the Undertaker set. Also here you can see where I cut the trophy in half. BTW... the other half did not make it.
I offset the eyes so they look droopy!
With the bright colours of the canvas this muted metallic monster pops!
Even though it's not a tag I plan on using it as apart of my Halloween Display. I hope your creating something creepy!
Happy Haunting... with some creepy challenges.
Tim Holtz- 12 Tags of 2015
Frilly and Funkie- Something Wicked