Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Ghostly Greetings

Happy Wednesday!  Time for the Funkie team to share their creations for the "A Very Vintage Halloween" challenge.

Zoe is hosting the challenge and she has challenged us to get our witches hats on and create a project in a vintage style with a Halloween theme.

I had fun playing with some Idea-ology, Prima and Ranger distress stain sprays to create a Halloween card.
I started by painting the background with black acrylic paint over the Halloween stencil. I came back and added a layer of texture on the spider with black embossing paste.

I then waited for that to dry and added layers of splattering of distress stain sprays including wild honey, citron, and wild violet.  I then splattered a bit of white and black paint over the surface.

I painted the silver frame with black paint and then highlighted it with white paint.  The lovely brass stars are painted with yellow, orange and white paint and sprayed the flowers with coordinating colors.

Come play along with us in the challenge. The team will choose their top four picks with the winner being invited to join us in a Guest DT spot here at Frilly and Funkie and the next three will receive badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules will be entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

Happy Haunting!



  1. Oh this is spookily delicious Suzz!!! I love those candy colours contrasting with the black stencilling and the framed spider is fantastic! Love it xx

  2. Haunting Halloween card, Suzz! I love the water color-y background! I t looks great with that black stenciling and gorgeous frame! Hugs!

  3. Fabulous colour palette and perfect for Halloween. Not sure why but the big black text is so creepy as is the frame around the spider.

  4. Beautiful and spooky at the same time, how wonderful Suzz! Love the background! hugs :)

  5. I love that background...perfect color choices for the theme. And the frame turned out fantastic! You never disappoint....just so much talent!

  6. You sure did get your witches hat on Suzz! I love that background and the black behind the frame gives it a cool creepy look. LOVE you colour palette too. :)


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