Monday, October 28, 2013

Authentique: A Thrilling Album


Hello, this is Eva and today I have a fun album to share with you that one can add all their favorite Halloween memories.

My album is by Basically Bare chipboard album.  I used our Thrilling Collection, I used Art Anthologies paints along with The Crafter's Worskhop stencil.


So let me show you how I created the cover of this album.  I first covered the album with two of the Thrilling Collection papers, than I laid the stencil on top of it and using my fingers I painted on the Art Anthology Sorbet and Velvet Dimensional paints.


When I finished, I lifted my stencil and dried the pain using my heat gun.  These paints are super fun and dry quick as well.  Once I did that, I tied a black twill May Arts Ribbon along with an orange twine around the front cover.


Using Spellbinders Radiant Rectangles dies I cut a black label, which I layered my sentiment sticker.


Than I started adding more stickers and the focal point was cut out from the Mystic paper.  I adore this paper with all the pretty vintage Halloween images.  I added quite a bit of Petaloo flowers on my album and finally I decided to spray part of my album with Art Anthology's Colorations - Color Spray in Raider color.


You can see the spray a little closer on this photo.  It was a perfect addition to the halloween album.


 Well, here is another look of the finished album cover.


Sure hope you like this little album cover and run with the idea of creating a halloween album with all the pictures you might have or about to take this year.

Supplies used:

Authentique:  Thrilling Collection
Basically Bare: Album
Art Anthology: Sorbet Dimensional Paint - Black Leather Jacket, Velvet Dimensional Paint  - Outrageous Orange, Colorations Color Spray - Raider
The Crafter's Workshop:  Stacked Triangles
Spellbinders:  Radiant Rectangles dies
Petaloo: Floradoodles Mixed Blooms - Sienna, Mixed Textured Blossoms - Black
May Arts: Black twill ribbon, Orange twine


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1 comment :

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

OOOOOH! This is AMAZING Eva! LOVE all the texture and the vintage look of this!!!

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