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Metal Worker's Graveyard Shift

>> Saturday, October 3, 2015

Good morning!
Stickin' with the metal theme today!
I used Aluminum Tape on cardstock and die cut/embossed the front metal  graveyard (Spellbinders).

I then sponged color on a piece of white cardstock and stamped my Silhouette Graveyard 579H several times, the Silhouette Spooky Village 141H and the Batty Happy Halloween 548G with black VersaFine.
I sponged on some white pigment to create a bit of a misty look (I saw that on one of Julie's cards last year!).  I cut the frame (My Favorite Things) with mirror silver and added 3mm nailhead stickers (Mark Rishards).  I rubbed my metal graveyard with Metallic Rub-Ons.  I also used a bit of light yellow paint on the moon. The frame and metal graveyard are raised up with foam tape.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you are have a wonderful weekend!

Robin

8 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

Robin, this is so great with all that metal! Very cool combination of metal and spooky! I love everything about this! I especially love the nail heads and the colors you used on the super Halloween images. Very spooky and cool! Hugz

Samantha said...

I love this card, Robin! That metal frame is awesome (I like the white accent too!) as the stamped panel. Excellent Halloween card, girl!

Annette Reed said...

I love the background and metal die! This is so cool!

Sue said...

WOW! This is so incredible! I didn't even know there was such a think as foil tape - I have to get me some of that!! Love your bright background too!

Shelia said...

I really like the multi colored background you created for this great Halloween card!

Janett Ray said...

super spooky, love the sky, and the metal.

Karin said...

Big amazing wow from me! Looks just like metal and the colors in the scene behind the frame ar just gorgeous!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Fabulous, Robin! Love the spooky frame using the foil tape. And the colors in your bg are super.

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