02.10.2017

A Walk On The Dark Side



Here we come again with Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!


This week the theme is quite creepy

A WALK ON THE DARK SIDE

Which means you can use dark colors or Halloween stuff. 
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Here is my card using really dark colors but with quite optimistic words.
Take a look at the pics below to see how I made the background. 


Take a piece of Crowded Attic papers and trim to 6x6''.
Cut out Cityscape Skylines twice and use the leftovers.
Adhere them to the paper with a glue or gel medium.
Apply a light and creamy Modeling Paste through Leafy stencil.


Heat the paste until it bubbles but be careful and don't burn it.
Cover the surface with Ground Espresso Distress Paint and dry.
Soften the color with Antiwue Linen and Tumbled Glass paints.
Mark the edges with Distress Crayons. 


Apply some Rubs vertically and randomly.
Give a bit of golden touch to the bubbles with
Metallique Brass Hardware paint.
That's it and that simple!


Here come some close ups of the finished project.





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16 komentarzy:

  1. Fabulous card Macarena! I love how you made the background, the use of the negatives from the cityscape is so clever and the little guy with his dog is so cute! LOVE it :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  2. Oh my, that texture is awesome, Macarena, and what a clever way to use the Cityscapes die. So cool, I love it!

    Cathie ♥

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  3. This is gorgeous, Macarena!!!!!!!!

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  4. this is so wonderfully vintage/rustic looking and that background is super!

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  5. Absolutely STUNNING, Macarena! I'm so glad you show some step out photos because I was really curious how you got that GORGEOUS texture!!!

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  6. Macarena, this is a stunner!!! Wowzers, is it awesome! I LOVE the texture you created, it looks like burnished copper, so amazing! This is definitely a fave!! hugs, Maura

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  7. So you're not a huge fan of Halloween, huh? I admire the way you went in a totally different direction with this project. It was refreshing to see something optimistic and hopeful. The texture, as usual, is amazing!

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  8. Wonderful card! I loved seeing how you created all the texture for the background and the effect you created with the amazing Metallique Brass Hardware paint - beautiful ­čśü. Wishing you a Happy October and Weekend! J ­čśŐ

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  9. The first thing I have to say is wow...that texture on the background is amazing and I just want to reach in and stroke it! Beautiful details on a stunning card Marzena! <3

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  10. Tremendous background textures, brilliant technique!

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  11. wow wow wow I can't stop looking at that amazing background and I love the paper doll with his butterfly wings...cool...hugs kath xxx

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  12. Wow, look at that amazing background and you did it in such a clever way. Love your use of the die cut negative and all that wonderful texture.

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  13. Love love love the fantastic texture you created on the background, Macarena. This is such an amazing creation! :)

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  14. WOW!!! WOW!!! AND WOW!!!!
    The backrgound made my jaw literally draw! I am amazed!!!

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  15. Wow! This background is amazing, Marzena! It's so dimensional and the way you've painted it with all those steps, makes it into such a stunning effect! Again: WOW!! Love the cute kid with his butterfly wings, so sweet! Hugs, Sandra

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  16. Outstanding piece! One of my favorite, Marzena, love love love details and textures! Barbara

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