I bought this witch stamp recently and her legs, arms and heads (she came with 2) are different stamps; she can be put together like an art doll. I thought that I was going to put her on a clock and make the "witching hour" pun. Then I remembered a book that my teacher assigned me called Which Witch is Witch? I had a hard time with which and if you threw in a sandwich I would be very confused. Which Witch has the Sandwich might have been what I really needed.
I decided to keep this art journal page in black and white, wanting to do something a bit different, and I really wanted to play along with the Dylusions Facebook Challenge. I'm not sure if that is authorized on the Smeared Ink 31 Days of Halloween Challenge, but I'll ask for forgiveness if it isn't.
If you are following Smeared Ink's 31 Days of Halloween blog hop, the side bar contains the blog roll. I am listed as "Lee" which might be good info to know if you get lost. Thanks for coming by and I will see you tomorrow!
Wonderful creation, great effect, love it!
Fabulous page. Your journaling ROCKS and I love that witch! I don't think there's any prob with adding your 31 Days makes to challenges. xxD
Brilliant page, love the image and journaling. Arrows are a great add
What a spooktacular page, love your play with the "witch, which" and she's spooktacular! Of course you can combine any other fun activities with 31 DOH!
the white of her dress really makes her stand out.
Love the black/white theme.
thanks for sharing.
Love this black and white journal page. Love the witch whichever...great background...
Fab journal page--love that it is monochromatic!
she is beautiful and love the background. I imagine you can make a clock with her for next year.
Very effective sticking to the grey scales.
Love the mono journal page xx
This is a lot of fun.
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