The Final Assimilation

Published October 31, 2012 by isisimaginings

Happy Halloween, blog visitors, I hope you’re having a spookylicious day.

This is the second card that I mentioned in my last post & yes, it features the final appearance of the Borg Raven.  For now……

Halloween Bday 1 Bground

This time, I remembered to take a photo of the background.   As before, lots of layering of Dylusions sprays.  I find that, by putting the inks onto craft sheet & swiping the paper through the them – drying after each swipe –  I can build up layers quite effectively.  When I was happy with the base layers, I sprayed Crushed Grape on the craft sheet & spread it around before gently placing the paper on top.  I did that a few times, again drying with my heat tool each time.  I did the same thing on the bottom half of the paper with the Fresh Lime & Cut Grass inks.

The final addition the to he background was to splat Antiqued Bronze Distress stain in places.  LOVE how that turned out!

Halloween Bday 1 c

The tombstones also turned out better than I expected.  The ‘RIP’ was cut from a TH alphabet die & the embossing powder on it is the powder I had left over when I made THIS card.  It’s a combination of all sorts of colours  & I liked it so much I had to keep it.

The second tombstone was a complete accident.  I started with a mixture of black & a rust coloured EP & just kept adding powder & heat setting.  Suddenly, patches of white started to appear, probably because of overheating, but it looked so cool & went with the Halloween theme so well, that I couldn’t complain.

Halloween 1 b

And here he is, the Borg Raven.  As you can see, he has been completely assimilated by the Borg & is terrifying the poor cat, who was in the wrong place, at the wrong time.

I used Sir Tim’s Riveted Patchwork technique, which you will find on page 57 of A Compendium of Curiosities, volume II, or on his blog HERE.

Halloween 1

Here is the finished card.  I used the bunting stamp from Dylusions ‘Further Around The Edge stamp set for the grass.  I can’t remember where the ‘Happy Halloween’ stamp came from, I’ve lost the packaging – maybe Inkadinkadoo?  I think the witch stamp might be from Stampendous, but there’s no name on it.

I really enjoyed making these Halloween cards & next year, I WILL start my Halloween projects a lot earlier.

That’s it from me for now, thank you for stopping by.  Until next time,

Love & light

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