I cut a piece of acetate 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 and pasted the spider in position near the center of the web. While wet, I sprinkled black crushed glass glitter into the paste and set it aside to dry. This was exactly the textural look I was going for in creating a creepy spider.
To create the shaker window, the layers from top to bottom were as follows: The black frame, acetate, craft foam cut in a frame to match the size of the black frame, fragments and finally, the spider web panel.
Meanwhile, I created a Core'dinations frame with Spellbinder Celebra'tions rectangles and distressed the inside edge with a distressing tool. The reverse side of the paper was used for the sentiment that was stamped in Versamark ink and detail black embossing powder. I have some really cool quilling tools and used the smallest one to create the scrolled ends. I created a little bendy curve to the sentiment when affixed to each side of the frame with foam mounting squares. The bat was stamped with Versamark ink and detail black embossing powder and then fussy cut and mounted above the center of the sentiment strip. Creepy eyes were created with a Uniball white pen.
DWLJ816 Spider Web Stencil
DWLS28 Spider Stencil
DWDGKP Glossy Black Embossing Paste
DWLM2010 Palette Knife
DWLM2010 Paste Spreader
DPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
VM001 VersaMark Watermark Ink Pad
DP111 Detail Black Embossing Powder
SSC1227 Halloween Hants Perfectly Clear Stamps
Hot Off The Press Heat Resistant Acetate
Spellbinders Celebra'tions Pierced Rectangles by Richard Garay
Milwaukee Heat Tool
Beacon 3-1 Adhesive
3M ATG Tape 1/2"
Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Mounting Tape
AI hope you enjoyed my card today and will leave me a comment before hopping to the next designer's blog. Thanks for stopping by!
Disclaimer: I'm so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and to help promote their wonderful products. They generously supply us with many free goodies like these Dreamweaver Stencils and Embossing Powders, perfectly clear stamps, Spellbinders die templates that I'm using today.