I told you she was messy
And, this is how I made it. I sprayed the background with Dylusion sprays in Dirty Martini, Fresh Lime and Black Marble. It took several applications because the spray beaded up on the canvas. I then used ultra thick gel medium and a Tim Holtz stencil to get Glenda's splashes and spills on the canvas. When they were dry I rubbed them with Inka Gold Rub in the green/gold color. I dry brushed some lavender Silks over the stenciled areas. Next I made the little book. I distressed the edges and sponged them with Distress Ink. Here's a close up of it.
I used the TH Apothecary Bottles die to cut the bottles. The packaging the die came in was what I used so that I would end up with clear bottles. Icolored them with alcohol ink. Then I brushed rock candy crackle paint on the front. I have found that the crackle paint tends to flake off the acrylic packaging so I sprayed it with a clear fixative. In one of the fortunate things that happens sometimes the spray wasn't well shaken initially so the bottles have some white speckles at the top which I love because it makes them look really old and messy!! I picked up a tip from Tammy Tutterow to cut the bottle tops out of cork. Once everything was dry I glued the tops on the back of the bottles and glued the bottles to the canvas. The little book was glued to the canvas and the "beware" label was attached to the top.
Here are some other details.
Glenda even managed to spill potions inside the book!
I hope you enjoyed my little adventure with Glenda the Witch! She's the kind of witch who makes you giggle!! I'm going to enter this in the Frilly and Funkie challenge which is What's your poison. You have to use green and black, and NO orange!
Thank you so much for visiting today. I really appreciate it! I hope you have a wonderful day and you get to do something fun and creative.