1. Create a dark and macabre SOMETHING (card, scrap page, altered item, whatever) that follows the specific Macabre Monday challenge given. Cutesy is fine, but creepy is better :)
2. You have until the following Sunday night @ 5pm central time to post your creation and please leave a direct-link back here.
3. If you upload to any online galleries (TACPCC, S&S, PCP, SCS, etc.), please tag the title using HDH032.
4. Weekly giveaways! Some weeks will be loaded with loot, others not-so-much... but the thrill is in the win, right?! Some prizes shall be by random drawing, others hand picked... and I'm not telling you ahead of time :)
5. I'll be selecting a weekly Gruesome Twosome (my top two favorite creations) from all the players. At the end of every month these will be compiled and a Master of Macabre will be selected. He/she will be asked to be a guest blogger for the following month, if they so wish, and receive a little giftie from me... this could be stamp sets, handmade items, papers, halloweenie embellishments... you just never know.
Ok, my little pretties... your challenge this week:
You are to create a dark, Gothic, or Halloween page, project or card using images/sentiments from Shakespeare's tragedies. Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet... I know he's got a ton of plays & poetry, so let's limit this challenge to the tragedies only!! Click HERE for a list from Wikipedia.
Copic Creations challenge No. 24! Does green count as a skin-tone technique?!! I hope so :) If you click on the second photo, you can really see the shadows on her face, which I think turned out pretty cool. As did the skull... did you know that when you use the blender on the BV20 & BV23 Copics that it appears to separate the blue from the violet?! The effect is awesome!
Stamps: Girl with Skull (Stamp It Crazy), Fresh Air Favorites (retired TAC)
Paper: white Ultra Smooth, black, & Bazzill cardstocks
Ink: Palette Noir
Other: Copics, Scor-bug, Black Soot Distress Stickles, EK Success edger punch
Ok, people... let's see some culture ;) Break out those old English Lit. books from back in the day for a little inspiration this week!!
Are you up for it?!