Monday, March 7, 2016

Ghostly Post Altered Game Card


I used a digital stamp from Rick St. Dennis called Ghostly Post for this altered Boggle Junior Card. The image was colored with markers (including a metallic silver marker) and chalked with black shadows. The card was covered with torn paper and painted with gesso. I then added a piece of silver adhesive tape that I embossed. I used black and silver paint to distress the base. The project is embellished with gauze and three steampunk gears.

I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:

Artistic Inspirations - #151 anything goes   
Forever Dark 2 - anything goes
Rick St. Dennis FB - metal
Dream in Darkness - anything goes
Inspiration Destination - #75 anything goes (sponsor's digi)
Things to Alter - #2 steampunk
Not Just Cards - anything goes
Crafting from the Heart - #102 anything goes
Simon Says Monday - make your own background

♥ Wendy

9 comments:

  1. Love this altered card, too! Fab background and love the spooky post. Awesome elements. Thanks so much for playing along at Dream in Darkness!~kim

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  2. Lovely card, thanks for sharing with Inspiration Destination. Wendy DT x

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  3. wow what a stunning card...love all the texture and detail you have incorporated in your background...thank you for joining in the fun this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge...Hugs kath xxx

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  4. Yeah, the duck was cute but I definitely prefer it's new look :-) Great metalic and industrial background. Thank you for joining Simon Monday Challenge this week.

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  5. Still loving this, so fabulous Wendy! Such a fun altered playing card. Thanks for playing Things to Alter!~kim

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  6. So much time and effort has been lovingly put into this little card. Thank you for sharing with us at Things to Alter's Steampunk Challenge and Rick's Metal FB challenge

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  7. Definitely suits Dreaming In Darkness dark & weird side.

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  8. Lovely ATC and thank you for joining us at Things to Alter

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  9. Yet another great piece, absolutely love the texture, gears and fabric - and the "Duck" on the other side made me smile ... maybe one of those mail boxies is his, lol. Thank you for joining in Dream in Darkness.

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