“Aren’t they super cute?!” The illustration is very easy to color!
Details about my card: As you can see the design is very simple, although it is not easy to give the three ghosts a color 🙂 I dotted the stars in the background with glitter markers. I still had some black punched-out stars from my previous project and I used them in this card.
This Halloween greetingcard is not scary at all and that is sometimes nice for a change!
With this card I would love to play along in the following challenges:
Wishing you all the best and hope to see you next time again! Good luck with challenge #261 at Aud Sentiments ! And if you would leave me some love on my blog: click on the post title and scroll all the way down to the post. There will you find the comment section! Thank you so much!
Good Morning my lovely crafty friends. I hope you are well and having a good time! Today is the start of a new Creative Knockouts Challenge. This time the theme is: Fall. The prize for one lucky winner is $10 store gift certificate from Jan’s Digis Stamps.
My card features the very “witchy” digistamp that comes with a sentiment: Witches Brew.
I can hear you thinking, “Deezy it must be a fall theme …!” But my little witch is cooking a nice fall brew … duh!
This is how I have made my card: – My background is inspired by Nichol Spohr and I just wanted to try it out for this card. I used some distress ink and a stencil that I have had for years;; – I printed out the very cute image on a blanc card; – I printed out my image again on a scrapprinter paper en cut this out; – I lay it on top of my original card and stamp en stick it with some tape; – I put my stencil on top of the card and than I started to distress ink the whole card; – I colored my image with my alcoholmarkers; – I punched out some black stars and glued than on my card; – I glued my card on some black cardstock; – I edited the sentiment in photoshop because I would like white text on a black background; – I placed everything on a blanc card; – and that is it!
Does the smell of the witch’s fall brew already come to you?
I would like to enter my card into the following fabulous challenges:
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop and look at my card today, I really do appreciate it. And if you would leave me some love on my blog: click on the post title and scroll all the way down to the post. There will you find the comment section! Thank you so much!
I was inspired by an card from issue 87 from Creative Stamping!
Some details about my card: I first printed out Harriet on 200 grms printer paper and decided what the color of her outfit should be; I colored Harriet with my copic markers; I Die-cut a circle in the front of a 7cm square white card and than cut the top section; I stamped it with some little bat stamps; I distress the white front-circle die-cutted card with some Halloween collors; I placed on a white card, a piece of a design paper from a Craft Sensations paperpad; I die-cut out a yellow circle from a piece of cardstock; I distressed the moon because I like a little distress on my moon; I placed the moon on my background paper; I glued Harriet on front of the card so it looks like she is really riding her broom…..
Well Harriet is ready for her Halloween party!
Be sure and join in our weekly challenge at The Creative Knockouts! Please click on the link to join in the fun, I can’t wait to see what you create!!!
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After a busy weekend (my son turned 16, so we celebrated a big party), I found finally time to do some crafting. Here in the Netherlands, winter time has started this weekend. The days are getting shorter and the dark outside comes much quicker. Through every street runs a shadow rushing for some place to hide … real Halloween time!
With this card, I am more than satisfied with my passion for making cards! Have been wonderfully busy.
I first edited the background with distress ink. And of course I drawn some flashy lightning in it. I then printed out the free digital stamp and colored it with my alcohol markers. I punched a few mounds of black paper with my die-cutting machine. Then I thought the card was a bit bare. That is why I myself drew, colored and cut out the ghost and the two pumpkins. Then I also gave this a nice place on the card. I matted the card on black glitter cardstock. I wrote by hand: “Happy Halloween”, with a white gell pen.
Thank you for your visit and your visit to my card making web blog. I hope to see you next time!