Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Witching hour - Tim Holtz Witchcraft die

Here is my witch who arrived first to the meeting of the witches in the cemetery. Her silhouette is immense this is why it seems threatening. 

For the background, I wanted something different than my usual grey-black-purple-orange Halloween colours, so I tried the blues instead.

I used these DecoArt Americana paints: Spa Blue, Primary Blue, Grey Sky, Traditional Raw Umber.

I put a layer of DecoArt Crackle Glaze onto the surface.

Maybe you can see it better here.

I used the following Sizzix dies:

Sizzix Thinlits die, Witchcraft by Tim Holtz 

Sizzix Sizzlits Strip die, Halloween Shadows by Tim Holtz

Sizzix Magnetic die, Mini Ornate Crosses by Tim Holtz

With my card, I would like to join the Monday Challenge of the Simon Says Stamp blog: A walk on the dark side - since I'm sure my witch is walking on the dark side :-)


  1. This is brilliant Monika, and I love your blue background, very atmospheric! xx

  2. wow - this is fantastic Monika - so very atmospheric - almost creepy - but I adore it!!! Hugs rachel x

  3. WoW, you nailed the dark on this one! The black silhouettes look spooky on that dark blue! Thanks for joining us for our Walk On the Dark Side for our Monday challenge at Simon Says Stamp! Maura

  4. Ooh - I missed this one at the time - what a brilliant dark night sky you created, with just the right glow to illuminate the wonderful witch silhouette - this is gorgeous!
    Alison x


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