I pretty much followed Tim's instructions to the letter, and even had a few of the products on hand! You can see Tim's creepy, but extremely well executed tag here. The uber talented Anne of Redanne came to my rescue on the Zombie! Thank you, Anne, for your generous gift! She saw a comment I left on Tim's blog mentioning I didn't have the die and sent me several sets! Perfect! I used a little of each of the different colors and embossed Zombie sets she sent to make my one crazy mixed up Zombie.
I have used Tim's Crazing medium before, but never got the results like I did this time, thanks to his great tip to judge if you have enough on the tag.
Isn't it yummy? I also loved Tim's tip on how to use that splatter brush of his! Usually I end up with paint everywhere except where I want it! This time, it's splatter perfection, and not a drop on me!
A few close ups to show the details. I used Emerald Creek's Hammered Metal embossing powder on the hair and eyebrows. Emerald Creek' Charred Gold embossing powder makes a great gold tooth. Fired Brick Distress paint mixed with gel medium, make the falling eyeball extra gross and the scars a little more fresh. A spider charm from The Funkie Junkie Boutique is colored with Picket Fence Distress crayon as are the Halloween token and word band. I tucked the spider inside the eye socket. Yeah, I'm pretty sick!
I'm sharing this with these fine challenges:
Frilly and Funkie-A Very Vintage Halloween Is it vintage enough?
Scrapy Land Challenge #52-Halloween I used a Sizzix die.
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