Friday, October 5, 2018

The Dead Of Night...

Hi folks, I'm sharing a spooky "The Dead Of Night" Vignette Box decorated with lots of Tim Holtz Halloween goodies.


I trimmed a panel of Distress Watercolor card to fit the back of the largest Vignette box and coloured with Antique Linen, Hickory Smoke and Black Soot Distress Oxide inks.
 I stamped the image from Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous Inventor 4 with Black Soot Archival.
I trimmed papers from the Halloween Paper Stash pad to fit the inside and outside panels of the Vignette box and fixed in place with Distress Collage Medium Matte. I added Halloween Design Tape to the front edges and added the stamped panel.  Oh boy that flocked paper is so strokeable.
I stamped Inventor 4 twice on to Distress Watercolor card with Black Soot Archival, pulled the card through a puddle of Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Oxide inks and fussy cut.
I added Idea-ology Mummy Cloth to the back of the skeletons, fixed in place with Tim Holtz/Sizzix Mini Foam Adhesive and added an Idea-ology Halloween Quote Chip, distressed around the edges with the Sanding Grip
I coloured Idea-ology Fringe with Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo Distress Spray Stain
fixed to the bottom of the box, along with Idea-ology Mummy Cloth
I added an Idea-ology Tombstone decorated with Halloween Remnant Rubs, painted Idea-ology Skulls with Black Soot Distress Paint and wiped back. To get a rusty effect on the Idea-ology Gates, I applied Black Soot Distress Paint and dried with a heat tool (remember metal stays hot for a while so be careful), tapped on Wild Honey Distress Paint with my fingers and sprinkled with Ranger Superfine Clear Embossing Powder, heat set and repeated the process twice more. I bent the gate back and forth until it broke, giving me two separate pieces to add to the box. I added Idea-ology Heirloom Roses highlighted with Picket Fence Distress Paint. All the items were fixed in place with a hot glue gun.
I die cut a panel from Idea-ology Classic Kraftstock using Tim Holtz/Sizzix Tangled Twigs Thinlits, inked the kraft side with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink, cut into sections and fixed around the edges of the Vignette Box. I dabbed Black Soot, Picket Fence and Wild Honey Distress Paint on to an Idea-ology Halloween Word Key, drying the paint between layers, sprinkled with Ranger Superfine Clear Embossing Powder and heat set.
I die cut these graveyard visitors from Idea-ology Classic Kraftstock and Distress Watercolor card usingTim Holtz/Sizzix Ghoulish Thinlits
and finished off by adding Tangled Twigs, an Idea-ology Zombie Hand, Mummy Cloth and an Idea-ology Quote Chip to the top of the box.

not a place I would be visiting in the dead of night, that's for sure.
Toodle-oo for now
Hugs Kath xxx

10 comments:

Debbie Martin said...

WOW!!! Such an amazing project with so many wonderful ideas. I love it all very much. Debbie xx

Paula Cheney said...

this is awesome Kath! Love the stamped background and the Tangled Twigs die is so cool. I should have bought that one!!

Redanne said...

WOOOOOW !!! This is sensational Kath! You have outdone even yourself with this brilliant Halloween creation. I don't know which bit I love the best - it is all so amazing.... WOW !!! Hugs, Anne xxx

Redanne said...

P.S. - this is my favourite Halloween project EVER!!! xxx

Janette said...

Hi Kath, Wowsers awesome project, your mind must run riot when you create, such brilliant creations, this is just amazing..xx

lil-paper-pixie said...

oh my this is fantastic!!! you are soooooo clever Kath!

Linda Simpson said...

WOW this is awesome Kath! Have a great weekend.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Anita Houston The Artful Maven said...

Every detail is fabulous, especially the hand and all the creepy branches. LOVE this!

sarascloset said...

Kath, this is the most creative use of Tim's Halloween things I've seen this year...all things I was sure I would live without, but now I see them in a whole other ghoulish light. Fantastic! I love how you've worked with the twigs--one of the dies I actually did get. So very inspiring!

ann barnes said...

Where do I begin...this project is incredible! From the rusty gates to the amazing use of the tangled twigs; the graveyard details and more! I can’t stop looking and loving every single detail so finely crafted and presented! Kath this is a prized make! Thanks for sharing and inspiring! xxx