I stamped the shrine in red Distress ink and Alfred himself in black first. Next, my favorite working substance in the world some cardboard from a cereal box. Glued the stamped images on the cardboard and left to dry. Then to make the shrine, more cardboard, a little sturdier, with some masking tape and a simple box shape with a step took care of that. Painted it brown and put some dark red paper on the back and walls. The step is covered with an awesome piece of cardstock from my stash.
Now it was time for Mr. Hitchcock to take his place with his shrine. So hot glued the shrine to the front of the box, added a couple of skulls (who doesn't need a skull or two laying around?), and a touch of glue at head and toes and he has found a temporary home!
The details on these stamps are truly amazing! He is ready to snap the movie thingy and start filming! I hope you will take a moment and thing outside the box (literally!) and see where these wonderful stamps can take you!
Please remember our August Challenge #15 is still going on and the theme is "Circles". Our challenges can be found at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity to make it easy to play
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