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Friday, October 22, 2010

Halloween Again?

I think everyone in my life will be glad when Halloween is over. lol Today I have another Halloween card to share. I made this card for the Dutch Dare Card Challenge where the theme this fortnight is what else, "Halloween". The image I used is called Goth Angel from Stitchy Bear. When I first saw it I thought it was perfect almost as it was so I did minimal coloring on this one and just added a little purple smooch to her hair. The sentiment is just one I made in word. I thought it kinda fit the image, you know with the wings and goth look. She also reminded me of Kalona from the "House of Night" novels. I read way too many vampire books. lol

Copics used:
Skin: E11, E00, E000, R20
Eyes: B01, B00
Shadowing: C1 (I also used this one to lightly go over her hair)

Challenges I'm putting this card in:
Crafty Catz - Balck & White and one other color
Stampin' for the Weekend - Halloween
Creative Cottage - Halloween
Penny's Challenge - So long as it Flies
Sisterhood of Crafters - Halloween
Anything Goes - Black & White
Oh La La Creations - Scary Stuff

7 comments:

Suzanne said...

Such an awesome card. Love the image, the corners and the bow is fantastic. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz this week x

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Hi Michelle
A gorgeous card,thankyou for joining us on this week's challenge at CraftyCatz,
hugs Dianne xx

Caroljane said...

Scary eyes and a scary saying. Great card with impact.
Thank you for joining us at Ooh La La.
Hugs
Carol
x

Tracy said...

this is really gorgeous i love it!Thanks for joining us at The Creative Cottage, I hope you will join us again. Tracy x

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

WOW this is so creative! Thanks for joining the BooRific fun time at The Sisterhood .. we hope to see you again next challenge!

Lisa B said...

I love her purple hair! You did an amazing job on this card.

Thank you for sharing it with us over at the Sisterhood!

thenuttystamper said...

I love the way she looks like she is popping off the card. Awesome job.

Kathy Graham