I wanted to scrap some photos from last year's Halloween, about a happy meeting with Spider-Man. When Anton looked at these photos recently he was thinking it was a little strange that Spider-Man, who is a good guy, seemed to get very well along with the bad guys at this occasion, reasoning that he was probably keeping a check on them. For the background I used Tim Holtz Laboratorie paper and dressed it up with stamps. It might even be a little hard to see which images are stamps and which are part of the original paper. I like using stamp to change patterned paper.
I had fun using the new Halftone Halloween stamps, which are great for stamp layering. The shadow parts were stamped with Archival Ink Monarch Orange and the black parts with Jet Black, on Specialty stamping paper.
The background paper had a spiderweb pattern so I stamped some spiders here and there to populate the web.
The title stamp is also from the Halftone Halloween set. Since the stamps are cling stamps with the image printed at the back, they are easy to align. Stamp the outline first and then the filler part.
This is another of the Halftone Halloween stamps.
I made a border of tissue tape and jute string and stamped the row of children just above it. The journaling is tucked behind the layout, something I do often since I tend to write a lot.
I love this owl stamp, and it isn't only for Halloween projects, it will work any time of the year.
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Stamps: Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz: Halftone Halloween, Mini Halloween, Mini Halloween 3, Mini Halloween 4, Cracks & Specks