Spiders are very Halloweeny aren't they? They can give you a good scare or make you freak out if one is crawling on you---that picture of the spider staring back with its 8 eyes from a Japanese womans ear canal certainly creeped me out.
I do think spider webs are beautiful and fascinating.
Last year I did a series of mutant aliens which included two sort of monster movie spiders one of which was DEAR AUNT SPIDEY-well, they weren't huge hits-a little too bizarre for the digi world at that time or at least my audience.
This year people seemed to like the more hard core Halloween stuff so I tried the mutants again and they have done well-the Alice card Monique did was from that series and she has now sent me this great TAG using Dear Aunt spidey!
I love #8 tags-its one papercraft thing I love to do and I make sort of collaged tags using my digital art and other embellishments-I frequently do trades with them.
This tag just has so much texture-Monique did it for a specific challenge so if you have seen it elsewhere I apologize I had to hold it till after her challenge post was published...
Here is her product list:
for the tag I used
flourish tim holtz
leaves from a punch don't know which brand
spiderweb stamp and little spiders http://www.de-stempelwinkel.nl/index.php?action=article&aid=7294&group_id=20000105&lang=EN
embossing folder woodgrain
distress ink walnut stain and rusty hinge
Dear Aunt Spidey digi by Rick St. dennis
Thanks Monique for making Dear Aunt Spidey a part of your crafting...Love her...just not so fond of spiders...