This one is all about celebrating Halloween at the end of October called the SpooktoberChallenge. Encountering the ghost is the easiest objective to finish.
The quickest way to do this is to purchase a haunted house and wait a few years. You’ll randomly see the pop-up that the two of your carved jack-o-lanterns together, and that will count for the challenge.
This activity, supposedly, only appears when your character is a child and under 18, so make sure to do this one immediately. You will again, similar to the previous challenges, have to fulfill some requirements to complete the Spooktoberchallenge in Billie.
One great thing is that you won’t have to restart the game frequently to end up getting born in a specific location, as you can complete it from anywhere around the world. All you need to do is get a decent job and save some money so that you can afford to buy a house.
Once you have the money, head to the Assets tab and look for Haunted Houses in the Real Estate section. After purchasing a haunted house, open up the Spirits tab and select a ghost to summon from the list.
To put it simply, craving a Jack-o-Lantern is a random event and you just have to spend some time with your relatives to complete it. Spending enough time will bring up a notification that you two just craved a scary Jack-o-Lantern, and this will do it for you.
While performing the robbery, your character will wear a costume to hide identity and that will count for completing this requirement. If caught, you will end up behind the bars and will not be able to complete the mystery requirement and thus the challenge itself.
As most Billie players know, Sunday is new challenge day, and that’s when the game’s maker, Candy writer, launches a new limited-time event where you will be asked to create a new character (or continue an existing life) and complete a set of requirements based on a certain theme. As of this writing, Halloween is just a few days away, and it wouldn’t be like Candy writer if they didn’t take note of the upcoming holiday and base their next BitLifechallenge on it.
Getting visited by one of the spooks at your home is, in most cases, the only way to complete the Encounter a Ghost requirement. You won’t get it if you investigate some weird occurrences at home and see nothing, or during that pumpkin patch ghost sighting scenario that usually appears during childhood.
Instead, we had to think outside the box and see if there are any more organic situations that involve wearing a costume or giving candy to a child. It may be something conventional like an airline pilot costume or something like dressing up as Darth Vader, Michael Myers, or a ninja, but just as long as you’re not settling for a boring old ski mask.
Luckily, that worked for us, so if you’re stuck on this particular requirement, keep in mind that giving, in this situation, could start at home! Completing this requirement, assuming it was the last one remaining, will do it for the SpooktoberChallenge, and you will again be getting a choice of four prize chests and a new set of eyewear or a new hat.
We recommend focusing on doing well in school to get a decent career later, save up some money, and buy a haunted house. After you graduate from high school, get a job, and accumulate some money in the bank, you can start looking for properties.
Head into the Assets tab and search for Haunted Houses under Real Estate. The Jack-o-Lantern carving event is random, so you’ll need some luck on your site to encounter it.
Halloween is all about trick-or-treating, and you’ll need to show your holiday spirit by giving some candy to a child. You can complete this at any point, and an easy way to do it is if you have some siblings or relatives under 18 that you can give some candy.
You’ll need a costume to do so, and you can always restart your app if you manage to fail the robbery. The final requirement shows up as a bunch of question marks in Billie.
Let's start from the easiest level and check if you can win vs the computer. Everyone has various habits and usually prefers to play exactly the same way as used to play Checkers in the past, that is why decide on your favorite rules of this game: Capturing is mandatory, but the pieces cannot capture backwards.
It is based on the international rules, but the pieces cannot capture backwards. Pieces start on the second and third rows of a game board, they do not move diagonally but forward and sideways.
Massive Warfare: Helicopter vs Tank Battles v1.0Mod APK Unlimited money This month, we have been celebrating October and Halloween; creating Spookier over at Creative Expressions.
So, I appropriately mixed Andy Skinner's Sugar Skull stamp with a black construction paper witch hat to create ... You can click on THIS LINK to be taken to Andy Skinner's blog to see all the pictorial details as to how to create this project as well as a list of the fabulous Andy Skinner line at Creative Expressions products used in this.
I am very excited to share my latest Halloween piece for Andy Skinner that is now being featured on his blog. Anyone who is a poker player knows that aces and eights is called a “Dead Man's Hand”.
I think this playing card qualifies with it's smiling skull in the center of the ace of spades! Click HERE to be taken to Andy's blog to see the complete tutorial of how to create this Halloween canvas and links to all the products at Creative Expressions.
By .... I am super excited to share my newest creation that I have done for Creative Expressions and Andy Skinner! You can go to Creative Expressions to check out all of Andy's line there including stamps, stencils, rice papers, Artist Pigment Grade Acrylic Paints, Mixed Media Mediums, etc.
Today I am sharing my newest mixed media canvas board piece on Andy Skinner's Creative Team blog. This piece is introducing several of Andy's NEWEST PRODUCTS released through Creative Expressions.
You'd be amazed at how peaceful it is to just lose yourself in your own imagination as you let if flow from you onto an art journal page, a canvas, a book ... whatever. I've been having a lot of fun in the craft room while the winter winds blow outside.
I find serenity and peace there; especially when I turn on some relaxation music with nature sounds tucked in. I have a metal clock I found at Hobby Lobby years ago in a clearance section.
I don't know how long it had been sitting there but the second I locked eyes on it, I knew it had potential to be something other than what would probably have ended up being tossed. Now I'm sure none of you has EVER brought something home with the best of intentions to immediately create a masterpiece only to have it sit and collect dust.
So I started with some white less over the face and top of the clock so that whatever I ended up doing with it would have a surface that would “grab” anything I decided to do. I tore a little of this and that and created a new face for my clock; something that would compliment the skeleton already provided for me.
Here are some metal cogs with Tango Creative Bolts and Screw Tops made from chipboard glued in place. I also painted all the tower tops on the clock base with White Less for aging.
I also randomly brushed paint over the still raw metal on the clock just to blend it better with the sections I had been altering. To enhance the clock face, I first added touches of a wash created with Creative Expressions Cosmic Shimmer Raw Umber and water (using my finger).
Then I added a wash of Creative Expressions Cosmic Shimmer Cobalt Teal mixed with a touch of water and Declare Media Fluid Acrylics Translucent White. It made a beautiful soft patina tallish color that perfectly accented the face of the clock.
While just fooling around with the wash, I figured out that if I just filled my brush with a watery mix of the Cobalt Teal and the Translucent white and slopped it onto the metal surface of the clock, I could move the paint around in random patterns with the hot air coming from the heat tool. This was easily done using my finger and Creative Expressions Cosmic Shimmer Quinacridone Gold.
I just rubbed the paint randomly over areas of the clock to bring out highlights and detail that touch of rusty aging. I wanted the lace hearts to remain very shabby chic looking among the patina and rust.
So, using my finger again, I added small amounts of Declare Media Fluid Acrylics Titanium White over the lace hearts. I painted the Tim Holt Mini Numerals first with less and then Declare Media Fluid Acrylics Metallic Gold.
I also altered these little brass crosses into the rusty patina look on the clock using Declare Fluid Acrylics Translucent White mixed with Creative Expressions Cobalt Teal and Quinacridone Gold. I added the little gold roses in the center of each of the lace hearts on the dome as well as two little half crowns blued together and altered to match the new clock look.
! Hello all and welcome back to my blog in this new year! The sloppy rain and wintry conditions are a PERFECT time to stay indoor and have some art fun! They are not time-consuming, have a real “WOW” factor when they are finished, they are fantastic little gifts for enclosing gift cards, little notes or attaching on the lush pages of homemade books or junk journals (another passion of mine).
Anyway... I am so excited to share my latest creation on Andy Skinner's blog. It's a vintage style plus mixed media envelope perfect for gift cards or sticking in a junk journal, handmade book, altered Golden Books or whatever you're into making these days.
Some of you Graphic 45 lovers may remember this clown paper ... a real blast from the past! It's perfect when paired with my new Andy Skinner Creative Expressions Mixed Media Transfers featuring this truck.
I am excited to share my latest canvas piece for Andy Skinner's blog. I also love kitties, so I have combined the two in my fastest project for Declare's Mixed Media Design Team. DecoArt is releasing some new paints in tubes from the Traditions line.
My latest creation, “Midnight Riders” is featuring some of Andy's NEW products as well as some of my favorites from his first release earlier this summer. In this section alone are several of Andy's new products: Horror Mixed Media Transfer Sheet, Praying, Horse Skeleton and Imperial Rover Stamps, Cosmic Shimmer Lava Paste and Cosmic Shimmer Strata Paste.
A fabulous texture paste of sorts that heat dries in minutes and the results are nothing short of amazing! The Lava Paste as well as other NEW release products from Andy Skinner through Creative Expressions are featured in this piece. Find out more about his New Mixed Media Transfer Sheets, Stamps, Stencils and Mediums from Creative Expressions.