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Day #15 of the 31 Days of Halloween event. You should have just seen Roni's awesome creation. You are now at Shoni aka Crafty Inknik's blog. Please refer to the Wicked Blogger list, found on the left side if you forget where you are at. Up next is Jenn's.
You can also click HERE to start at the beginning, Terra's blog, and find out who the lucky winners are each day for the Hidden Object. Not sure on the deets, keep scrolling down Terra's blog to find out all the rules regulations within each post.
I am also placing this page in the Smeared and Smudged Forum Challenge, Very Sketchy. To the left is the scrapbook page sketch that you are to follow as your guideline.
I love this new paper Smeared Ink is offering...sooo cool and altered it a bit with my Picasso tools. The stamp is from a past Smeared Ink Rubber Club offering. That pet totally creeps me out. I found the quote and it fit just too perfect. I think I may print off some black an white pictures of my husband and stick them all over the web. Since this month is all about the chills and thrills I give you both!
A Wicked Knot of Details
Background is from Caught In My Web Background Paper Pack, 7 pages for $4.50!! I altered with my Picasso tools and printed out onto copy paper.
Main image and "Hello My Pet" saying from the set Femdom, January 2013, past Smeared Ink Rubber Club offering.
"good boy" is from a retired Stampin' Up! set called Everyday Flexible Phrases. Both sayings were stamped in Versa Mark ink and heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.
Main image was stamped with Versa Mark and heat embossed with Black Embossing Powder. Wrap on her arm colored with marker.
Spiders and dripping blood punches, I believe are both Martha Stewart. White Chalk marker used to make hour glass on spiders, then colored over with marker.
Delicate Lace Tape on lower left corner of page and on right side of main image matte.
Saying "Escape from the black widow spider is a miracle as great as art. What a web she can weave slowly drawing you to her she'll embrace you then when she's satisfied she'll kill you still in her embrace and suck the blood from you." Charles Bukowski, Love is a Dog from Hell. Printed onto copy paper in red and black. Cut and adhered.
Card stock used is Basic Black, Real Red, and Whisper White.
All materials used are Stampin' Up! and are current unless otherwise noted.