Hi Everyone and welcome to the Haunty Halloween Blog Hop.
If you are just join us and want to start at the begining go to Cyndi's blog or you can start here and circle back by going through the entire list which is at the end of this blog. The blog next after mine is also at the end. Remember, leave a comment so you will be entered in a chance to win a prize. Here's a list of the prizes available:
Stampendous! ( 5 winners... 1 Halloween bg cling stamp each winner..Crowscape, Graveyard, Beware Gate, Castle Gate, Pumpkin Fence
Karber Digital Designs...2 digis to one winner
Skipping Stones Design...Halloweenie set
Smeared Ink (5 single digis...1 each to 5 winners? or 5 to 1 winner?)
Strange Skin...1 set of choice (except Zombies)
Jens Digi Stamps (5 images to one winner)
Simply Betty Stamps ($10 Gift Certificate)
La-La Land Crafts ($10 Gift Certificate)
Dreamweavers Stencils: 3 prizes: each is 4 stencils, 2 brushes, with 3 technique sheets each!
Batty House Tag
Of course I did a tag! This one has a couple of fun components to it that you can take away and use on all kinds of projects.
Black card stock
Postcard Tag from American Tag
Rubberstamps from Stamp A Mania - Haunted Halloween StampaBarbara series
Ranger Distress Inks: Rusty Hinge, Vintage Photo and Pumice Stone
Tsukineko Brilliance Gold
Ranger Water Mark Resist Ink
Foam ink applicator
Ribbons by May Arts
Starting with the glossy ATC, ink up the haunted house with the watermark ink.
Using the brayer, pick up ink from the Pumice Stone pad and roll it on to the ATC. Do this repeatedly until you have a good and heavy coating of ink.
Take a paper towel and buff the ATC well. This should bring out the image you stamped with the resist ink.
Next use the Gold Brilliance and stamp the bats several times over the house.
Layer up with black card stock.
Working on the postcard tag next, age the edges with Rsuty Hinge ink and a foam ink applicator.
Using the haunted tree, stamp the edges, but not all the way around. Leave a bit of open space for interest.
Ink the moon and clouds with Pumice Stone and stamp at the top of the tag.
Using your favorite adhesive -- I like double sided tape-- add the house to the tag. Make it a bit off kilter to keep things interesting. Add a bat from May Arts and ribbon at the top and you have a very cool Halloween tag!
Have fun and make art today!
Leave a comment for a chance to win a prize and then check out the next blog on the hop: http://stampendousblog.wordpress.com/ . This is the Sampendous blog site, some good things there and they are sponsoring the blog hop.
Entire Blog Hop List
http://scrappychickcyndi.blogspot.com/ Cyndi Bundy
http://1pamperedstamper.blogspot.com/ Pam Hornschu
http://taylorusry.blogspot.com/ Taylor Usry
http://mrsweyremaster.blogspot.com/ Suzi McKenzie
http://www.paperinkspirations.blogspot.com/ Krissy Fossmeyer
http://alisonsrandomthoughts.blogspot.com Alison Heikkila
http://www.paperinkandsmiles.blogspot.com/ Wendy Price
http://papertherapy-wendy.blogspot.com/ Wendy Jordan
http://karbersweetescape.blogspot.com/ Berenice Rendon
http://www.stamperosity.com/ Lynn Mercurio
http://riacreations.blogspot.com/ Maria Levine
http://www.leekellogg.typepad.com/ Lee Kellogg-- ME!!!
http://sandieshores.blogspot.com/ Sandie Dunn
http://little-scrapper.blogspot.com/ Tanya Johnson
http://inkyfingersrule.blogspot.com/ Beth Raney-Thomas
http://www.softangelkisses.com/ Mary Collins
http://ink-positive.blogspot.com/ Lea Kimmel
http://www.scrapping-angel.blogspot.com/ Angelique Nederpel
http://scrappybetty.blogspot.com/ Betty Roberts