You can find the challenge post HERE and if you're a fan of Halloween, maybe you could join in the fun.
While my Lost Coast stamps are limited, the ones I have are ones that I reach for over and over again. I have been wanting to add more stamping into my Art Journals so that's what I did.
Trees background stamp. As I was working in a large journal, I wondered if I could get away with stamping it several times to make a larger forest. Straight line across, no problem...but how to get the trees to extend up to the top of the page? I stamped it upside down...seriously...it worked. Sure, I had to use a black Pitt pen to finish off a few lines that bothered me but once I added the color, it didn't make much difference. I used other stamps for the fence and small trees in the foreground. I drew in the gravestones.
The photos were tough to get just right as the Lindy's Magicals really laid on the shimmer factor. I LOVE the effect, though. When you see the page just open, it's a dark page with the burst of orange. When you tilt the page, the shimmer becomes all bluish and teal giving the page a supernatural glow.
Thanks for the glance!
"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes." --Witches from MacBeth