I had seen a cool pumpkin idea on the cover of a Better Homes & Gardens magazine. It came with a jpg of the clip art, so you could print it on vinyl or something. But I had a different idea.
I took some clear release paper from a sheet of Prima bling and placed it over my clip art. Then I grabbed the Best Glue Ever and started tracing. The drying time will vary, depending on how thick you lay the glue.
While the glue was drying, I grabbed a canvas panel. I started with a
background of book paper - ripped pieces of book paper. I used a
combination of paint, ink, stencils and stamps to make my background.
Once I was satisfied with the background (and it had dried!) I
placed my glue over the canvas and rubbed. I used my fingers for this,
but a bone folder would work really well.
Then, I applied a sheet of the Martha Stewart flocking paper to the glue. I liked the look so much I outlined a cobweb stamp on the bottom of the canvas and flocked it.
A few finishing touches and I've got a new Halloween decoration!