9.24.2012

Tombstone Time!

No, not the movie, although, I do love that movie! It's a good one! Just sayin'. Retro Cafe Art Gallery hosted a super fun Halloween Tombstone swap and was MORE than excited to participate!  We each created four tombstones and sent them in for swapping!  I haven't received the return swap yet, as the due date was only Saturday, but I wanted to share the four tombstones that I created with you today!  These were SO stinking much fun to create!

I started with the Masonite Gothic Tombstone ATC Bases.  I covered each one with a different embossing enamel from Stampendous!  I love how the backgrounds look covered with the embossing enamel!

White Owl ATC

For this White Owl Tombstone ATC I covered the background with Stardust Embossing Enamel.  I love how it glitters behind the white owl!  The owl is from the Owl Paper Cuts collection.  I also embossed cross from the Cross Cut Outs in Masonite with Aged Gold Embossing Enamel.  I added a few gem stones and a bit of May Arts Burlap string to finish it off.

Skull & Crossbones ATC

For this one I covered the background with a HEAVY coat of the Aged Black Embossing Enamel. I used the masonite skull and crossbones cut-out and the Spider Web cut-outs, both covered with the Aged Silver enamel.

Brown Owl Tombstone ATC

For this Brown Owl ATC I used the owl cut-outs, once again and combined it with a patchy layer of Aged Black Embossing Enamel. This allowed some masonite to show through and gave it a lot of texture.

Moth Tombstone ATC

And this is the last of the four. I used the Moth Paper Cuts for this one and the background is covered with Aged Gold Embossing Enamel. Again, I used a spotty application for this one to create more texture.

So...there are my four Halloween Tombstone ATC's. I kinda LOVE how they turned out. Just sayin'. LOL! I hope you enjoy them! I'd love to hear your comments! It seems when I share non-card projects you get quiet out there! *wink*wink*

Jingle Out!

21 comments:

  1. these are so very cool!! love the embossing!! great job

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  2. I am nor familiar with this company, so thank you for sharing! The cut outs are so fantastic. I really like your different applicaions of enamel and love how manages to make these creepy and beautiful at once. So much texture!

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  3. These are awesome, Jennifer! That white owl looks eerily real.

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  4. Amazing. That is all. Just amazing!

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  5. Hi
    The embossing is brilliant. This is very cool.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  6. Pretty scary! I love halloween and all halloween decorating...you have me excited for the season now!

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  7. Ok... so I cannot put into words how very cool these are! I am all over that embossing! SO FREAKIN GREAT!!!

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  8. wow wee those are way too cool...

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  9. fabulous! love how you made the tombstones--the embossing makes them so realistic looking! Very cool girl!

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  10. I love your non-card projects and Halloween tombstones are no exception--wicked!

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  11. LOve those owls, they are beautiful!

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  12. oh, these are fun. I like the one with the owl on it :)

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  13. I've not seen that movie, but I should, eh? These tombstones are just awesome!

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  14. So gorgeous...and that owl is fabulous!!!

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  15. wowzers!!!!!! girl you rocked the tombstones!!!!

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  16. These are fantastic, Jingle! I love the way you've used the Embossing Enamels to create that amazing aged tombstone feel...bet they are fantastic IRL!

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  17. Very cool stuff! I love the texture of that enamel! I need to check that stuff out!

    Hope you're having a great week Jingle:)

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