Well, scary images are subjective aren't they? So I decided to use what scares me most - BIRDS, eek, it's the wings, and the menacing looks they give as they cross my garden looking for dropped crumbs, not to mention their huge beaks which could probably peck a bear to pieces in minutes!
Anyway, back to the challenge....
First, the crowd of purple. I thought I'd struggle with this as we don't have much in the way of purple stash. Luckily I found this lovely glimmer mist.
Of course, for a tag challenge we need tags, pre made today although we do posses a lovely Sizzix tag die too.
Down to 'bears'ness. First I spritzed my tags with not only one crowd of purple, but about a football stadium full of crowded purple!
I then waited (im)patiently for the tags to dry. If you use mists, a good idea to make drying time whizz by is to either nap or munch!
Next I had to find a scary image
Stazon is a great ink for stamping over the top of mists, it also has the advantage of smelling almondy, mmm, food.
Next I stamped some mini images on a scrap of purple card.
And carefully cut them out, minding my delicate paws.
I glued the mini images to the decorated tag. I used one of the stamped mini birds as a mask, right hand corner of the tag
And stamped directly over the mask with more scary bird images.
Oh my goodness, i've just realised, I've been showing my pants!! How em'bear'rassing!
Ahem, back to the tags (once I've adjusted my trousers).
One scary bird tag, with crowds of purple.
Hmm, I forgot one ingredient- texture. I added some netting to one corner.
I also wanted to play with our new stamps
And I thought the clock headed person looked scary enough for this challenge. So, along with some more purple mini stamped and cut images,
I made this too.
What fun. I'm looking forward to the next challenge, that's if I can get back on here before any of the other pesky bears!
With love from the bears 🐻