Halloween Altered Slide Mailer with my Craftwell Ebrush


 Hello! Welcome to my first post as a Craftwell Ebrush Design Team Member.  Should you have any questions please feel free to ask. Today I would like to show you my NEW "Must have tool for 2014!"
Would you like to know how I did this?
Todays supplies include:
  • Craftwellusa Ebrush w/adapters 
  • Spectrum Noir Markers
  • BIC Markit Marker
  • Copic Marker
  • Slide Mailer
  • Cardstock
  • Oven Baked Clay
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Fibers
  • Flowers
  • Wire
  • Letters
  • Metal Embellishments
  • glue
  • Crystal lacquer or Glossy Accents w/red alcohol mixed in

I started with my slider mailer. I airbushed a base coat with my Spectrum Noir markers on all four sides using DR5 and Bic Markit in Tuxedo Black for shading and on all edges.



Next I started creating the embellishments for a scary scene. I carved out a scull, fingers, bones, grave stone and leaves.


I thought it would be an appropriate grave site embellishment to have black roses. Below ready to airbrush black.

I used plastic lettering for my cover "do not enter" below but the letters blew around too much..

So, I decided to place double sided tape to my craft mat and adhere the lettering down while I airbrushed them from clear to black.

I also airbrushed my clay fingers with copic markers skin colors as my clay was white.  I added some gause and Ebrushed with Spectrum Noir markers.


I chose G45 paper to embellish behind the fingers and inside cover.


I created a broom out of a small wooden spoon. I used my Ebrush and sprayed the spoon black, so quick and easy!
I used fibers as the bristles. Now all of my embellishments  are ready to glue down.  

Lastly I used some Crystal lacquer mixed with red alcohol ink as blood dripping for a finishing touch.

I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial and inspired you to try this "Must Have" Crafting tool!

Warmly, 



Comments

  1. Peggy! Love your spooky project!

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  2. Love all the fabulous embellishments (both created and purchased) you added to your Mixed Media piece! Wonderful project!

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