This is a snow globe with a twist. And I know - it is not really a “scare” globe. This little guy is too cute to scare anybody:) I picked "scare"for strictly for its Halloween appeal.
The snow globe aka “scare” globe is from Joy of the Season and is cut at 5.25 inches. I added a little blue on the left side of the globe to give it a little dimension. I used the Tumbled Glass Distress marker and then just went over it with a wet detail brush to lighten it up and spread it out a bit. The spider web is from Chic & Scary and cut it at 3 inches. I used only the edges and then cut off the top.
Mister Bear from Teddy Bear Parade is cut at 3 inches. I didn’t use the trick or treat bag because it would have made the little scene too busy. I ran the Spiced Marmalade Distress Marker over the edges of the orange part of the markers. I used the Forest Moss Distress Marker for the green. For the ears, I used a Rose Red Copic Marker. For the muzzle I also used a Copic Marker – Chamois.
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The ribbon is actually plain seam binding that I colored with
Spiced Marmalade and Forest Moss Distress Markers.
I added some water to soften the colors.
Although I really loved creating Mister Bear, I loved making the spiders more! I added glitter - Glow-in-the-Dark Glitter. First, I cut the spiders from Doodlecharms at a ½ inch. Then, I made their eyes with Glossy Accents. That way when I added the glow-in-the-dark glitter and turned off the lights, you would be able to see the eyes, too.