Thursday, 18 October 2012

Something wicked this way comes ....

Mervyn Boy, Grass, Halloween Cube 1 by Stampotique Originals 

Well, this is my last creation as a guest DT member for Happy Daze, and it's been a lot of fun. The theme this month is 'Something Wicked this way comes' which is of course, right up my street :-)

I had fun with this little triptych, using the bats from the Halloween cube and adding devil horns to Mervyn Boy!


I made the background using the wrinkle-free Distress technique using Crushed olive, Peacock feathers, and Vintage photo, and then I added something new ... gory red dribbles of acrylic ink,  a trick I learned from my new Dutch friend, Audrey. Thank you Audrey :-))


Thank you to the team at Happy Daze for having me this month. And don't forget, you can hop over to the Happy Daze blog here if you want to join in with the Halloween fun.

Byeeeeee for now ....

16 comments:

  1. Tjis looks so great Kate. Beautiful. And I will thank you again for the marvelous thirsday in Ede. I was so nice to meet you here.
    lovely greet
    Marja
    (marjascreativity)

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  2. Well I'll be! I had just made something with the caption "Something this way wicked comes!". I was thinking about Harry Potter when I did it. We are very similar it's scary. Everything you make I love, it would be just how I'd do it. Are we two peas in a North Yorkshire pod??
    Michelle x

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    1. Ha ha! LOL! Maybe we are two peas! Or maybe we were separated at birth? Twinnies!!

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  3. Mervyn Boy looks so naughty with these fab horns, very spooky indeed. Great fun.
    Debbiex

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  4. Love this Kate. What great fun!

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  5. Ahhh these look great Kate!

    greetings,Alie :-)

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  6. A great and quirky make! Trace x

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    Awesome job Kate! Love what you did with the boys. The horns are perfect! Thanx for sharing and for all of the inspiration!

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  10. what a fantastic explosion of colour! And looks like you had a really great time in Holland too :)

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