My Last Week on Etsy

I'm certain most people who sell their wares online hit speed bumps the size of a Buick. Well, I hope most do, because if I'm the only one who ever had a week like last week, then I'm in BIG trouble. :)

Waiting For Halloween Time Shrine Giveaway


***EDIT 8/21/13 - GIVEAWAY OVER - Winner is Barry H.***

Clear Stamp Organization Using CD Cases

Most of us with a paper habit tend to have a stamp habit too. They kind of go hand-in-hand, and though I just love clear acrylic stamps for their versatility and value, I was having a hell of a hard time organizing them all. I had a drawer stacked full and two desk baskets storing what I used the most. 

Halloween Tag Madness!

Strangely, I'm a fairly recent recruit to the Tim Holtz distress inks movement. I've used them for a few years for basic shading and edging, but I found myself totally clueless when it came to some of the beautiful color blends I'd seen in his work. For these tags, I used Distress Stains, the Distress Ink Pads and waterproof archival ink for the crisp stamped images.

Etsy Treasury - Out of the Closet

©Immortal VisionsMy online travels take me to frightening, bizarre and wonderful places. To kick off Halloween 2013, I've created an ossuary inspired Etsy treasury. This summer, I've been rather obsessed with sepia-toned skulls and skeletons, prompting me to create an entire new line of greeting cards.

Immortal Visions Halloween Coffin Giveaway

© 2012 Immortal Visions/ Melissa Walker

More coffin photos can be found in this Gallery.

***EDIT 10/9/12 - Giveaway is over. Winner is Indigo O.***

Easy Halloween Decor


It absolutely does not get any easier than this Halloween Owls wall hanging I made for my daughter's apartment! I had everything lying around the house, but since I'm just odd, I'll give you a break down of supplies. If one were to go buy the items listed here, I'd figure the cost to be under $5 dollars.

Faces of the Great Pumpkin Art Contest Submission

"Release the Pumpkin!" Mixed Media Collage ©2012 Melissa Walker


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