Altered Playing Cards

That’s the requirement on Theme Thursday this week. I have been doing lots of different things this evening: I’ve finished 4 altered domino pins, lacquered his n hers ‘Dia de los Muertos’ bamboo dominos, prepped a textured collage box, managed an inkjet transfer (No.2!!), completed step 3 of page 3 in my altered board book and played with my mixed media canvas. Here’s another ‘spooky’ offering:

The purple scrunchy stuff is a piece of kite material which melted nicely when I applied my heat gun to it and it stuck to the gold EP, so no glue needed. The pointing finger by Home Impressions was stamped onto tissue paper and then applied to the card with gel medium. The skull is from the Lisa Vollrath domino sheet I bought earlier this year for the bamboo doms. It’s a great image innit?!! I wrote BOO! on a scrap of card and doodled cracks around it. Had a lot of fun with this one… which will be stuck to one of the panes in our front door to scare the Trick or Treaters, along with last year’s Gothic Arch!!

Who says I don’t like kids? 😉

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12 Comments

  1. great altered card!

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  2. Fabulous altered card!

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  3. Fab card. Love the skull.

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  4. That’s a very sinister looking skull! I LOVE your “BOO” and doodles! And kite material? You never cease to amaze me, Rosie! This is a great card! Only you could figure a way to make gold embossing look spooky, and it does!!

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  5. Love your background.

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  6. Sandy

     /  September 12, 2008

    Wow this is really crazy.
    Amazing card. Wie immer 😀

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  7. WOW!! This is so great card! BOO to YOU too 😉

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  8. fabulous!! really spooky!

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  9. I love Lisa Vollraths sites! She has such wonderful ideas. Using the kite material was very clever of you! Don’t you love when you get a great idea and it really works!

    Have a great Friday!
    Sherry

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  10. Boo to you too! Fabulous – that purple kite fabric is yummy!

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  11. brilliant!!!!!

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