Paint the 31 Wall Art piece with black acrylic paint.
Add a layer of coarse texture gel to the numbers only. Add a few details to the cat.
Add a wash of Interference Gold fluid acrylic over the numbers. Glue a piece of shiny gold card stock behind the cat's eye's and nose openings for a spooky effect.
Use your finger to add a Patina Green antiquing cream, then hit the high spots with a black antiquing cream.
And here is a close-up picture of that ghoulish texture.
Now to prepare the canvas background. Paint an 8x10 canvas with black chalk paint.
Tear a piece of spiderweb scrapbook paper slightly smaller than the canvas and adhere with white glue.
Paint randomly, as shown, with black acrylic paint.
Combine 80% Crackle Paste with 20% Cadmium Red Hue acrylic paint and spread over painted areas with spatula, let air dry so cracks will form properly.
Brush a light coat of the Cadmium Red Hue over the cracked areas.
Still not quite orange enough, so I sponged over with Primary Yellow.
Sponge over the cracks with Quinachridone Violet, than apply a light coat of Acrylic Burnt Umber for depth and dimension. I also added it to the paper.
Cut the hanging spider and witch's hat from the Border: Halloween set and paint black. Also paint the largest spider web from the Spiderweb Shape Set.
I used my finger to dab a mix of Phthalo Green-Yellow with Primary Yellow, then applied Stickles Lime Green glitter glue, as shown. I also added a red dot to the body of the hanging spider and adhered each to the canvas, as shown.
I painted a hat band with a mix of Burnt Umber and Titanium White. Details were added to the hat with a dry brushing of Interference Gold.
Gina's Designs Lasercuts Used:
Carbon Chalky Finish
Coarse Texture Gel
Authentique Spellbound Spiderweb 12x12 paper
Stickles Lime Green glitter glue
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