Friday, October 29, 2010

Frightfully Alice

I made this for this weeks challenge over at Simon Says Stamp and Show.  The challenge this week was to stamp and show something spookay.  Fr this challenge I used paper form Graphic 45 Halloween in Wonderland.  Along with the beautiful paper, I had to get T!m in, so I used his retro halloween skelly, and a couple of masks. 

For the frame I painted it black, and then embellished with puff paint.  I confess, I LOVE using puff paint (dimensional fabric paint) on different projects, it adds a cool dimension and feel to things.  The flower is grungepaper and made using the Tattered Floral Alterations die.  I accented the tips of flower with puff paint also :)  I tried to distress the little bottle with black Stayz On.  Maybe Alice is wondering what the potion she just drank will do?

Down here at the bottom I used a watch crystal, I used this not only because it fit with the story, BUT, it accentuated the wonderland dictionary entry. For the dictionary page I splotched around some Dusty Concord, and Spiced Marmalade DI, then placed the large mask and went over with Black Soot, I then placed the second, smaller mask and went over with Peeled Paint.  Finally, T!m's skelly pops up with a sign , of all things accusing the queen!

Thank you for stopping by, hope everyone has  a safe and haunting halloween!



  1. Hi Janna! Your Alice is darling! You did a really nice job!

  2. I must say that frame is STUNNING!!

    Thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge blog!!

  3. Janna - love all the details on this - especially the skeleton making his visit from the lower corner! Great job on the SSSS challenge!

  4. FAB collage! Love the bottles and skeleton you added to the Graphic 45. Thanks for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge blog.

  5. This is wonderful!! I love all of the elements!

    Thanks for joining in with us at the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge this week!

  6. Wonderful work - all your elements fit together perfectly and I love what you did with the frame. Now you have me curious about the puff paint. Will have to check it out! So happy you could join in the spooky fun with us this week at Simon Says Stamp and Show!