Hello friends,

I’m back with my second page for today as I am trying to finish all 31 pages for my Halloween journal.

today’s journal page . . .

Today’s spread is inspired by these (old) alcohol-inked backgrounds that I made back in 2019 for some cards but had some left over.  I made them using alcohol ink, surgical spirit and some homemade stamps made from craft foam and Sizzix ghost dies.

I recently turned one of them into a Spooky tag, but thought I would turn these two into a Halloween spread in my journal.  I adhered them in my journal and then used black fluid acrylic to paint around the edges of both pages.


I used these Tim Holtz cardboard words (can’t remember what they’re called) on both pages
Perhaps they look like they did come from regions beyond?


I finished off the page by adding some white stripes around the outside of both pages.

Let me know what you think in the comments.   As always, thanks for reading!Ingredients
my handmade journal, watercolour paper, previously alcohol-inked backgrounds, fluid acrylic, paint pens, Tim Holtz Halloween quote chips, matte medium, glue,

Challenges

Art Journal Journey The Colours of October – October is looking black and purple today 🙂

LeighSBDesigns – 31 Days of Halloween Hop+Challenge 2021 – Day28(2) catching up
Funkie Junkie ChallengeGrunge, Ghouls or Giggles – October challenge

SSS Wednesday ChallengeAnything Goes

 

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Thanks for visiting today. Your comment is really appreciated.

12 thoughts on “From Regions Beyond

  1. Jenny Marples says:

    Seriously spooky Elle!!! This could so easily have been a scene straight out of the Deathly Hallows films with the way you have the ghosts spinning in a vortex on each page. So dramatic and effective. Thank you for sharing it with us at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog xx

  2. Janna Ketchum says:

    Wonderful creation! The ghosts are so hauntingly beautiful. Thank you for joining the Funkie Junkie Challenge.

  3. Bleubeard and Elizabeth says:

    These ghosts are rather scary and spooky. Very clever use of the AIs, too. Of course, I love the handmade stamps and the ghosts, too. This is another great page for Art Journal Journey using Tracey’s theme.

  4. Nan says:

    What a spooky delight! Love, love these ghosts! They are so vaporous looking like they will disappear before my eyes! Fab senti, too!

  5. Erika N says:

    Using the alcohol ink really makes these ghosts look translucent and makes the whole page feel 3D, like the ghosts are moving between one plane and another. I like this one too. Thanks for sharing this with us at AJJ for Tracey’s October challenge. Have a great week. Hugs-Erika

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