When I seen this image, I knew I wanted to create a night scene. First I took a piece of water color paper and masked off a large circle for the moon. I inked the background using Tim Holtz Distress inks, in Stormy Sky, Faded Jeans and Black Soot. Then I cut a a hillside using the Stitched Hillside border and grassy border from Lawn Fawn. I inked them up with Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Forest Moss and Black Soot. Then I distressed each piece with the Distress Spray Bottle. Once I finished distressing the background and ground, I watered down the moon and added some Antique Linen, Squeezed Lemonade and very water downed Black Soot to create my moon.
After creating the background I colored the images with various Copic markers. Then I did some fuzzy cutting. Yes that's right I cut each piece out. I DO NOT LIKE FUSSY CUTTING. In fact I hate it, but I knew what I wanted and how I wanted my scene to look so I just decided to do it and really it wasn't that bad at all.
I embellished the windows with Wink of Stella and added some Black Glaze Pen to the eyes and the fence trim under the window on the house.
I glued the hillside border down then I glued the house and witch down. After adding all the images I popped up the grassy border right in front of the fence she is sitting on.
I really like the way this turned out and I hope you do too. I love fall and Halloween.
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