Friday, October 30, 2015

Fright Night


Halloween is tomorrow, so I made a card with one of my favorite Halloween images. It's by SU! and it's called "Fright Night. I stamped it and then clear embossed it, sponging green and purple inks before cutting it with a SB labels 18 die. I stamped a few little bats with a stick stamp by Judith and added a couple die-cut ghosts done with an I.O. set of ghost dies. I colored them with fluorescent Copics in yellow and purple, then placed it on a purple card base covered with strips of dsp cut into banners.

I'm sharing this one with the Little Red Wagon challenge # 313 which is Ghosts and Goblins (Halloween creatures)

I'm also sharing it over at the Snippets Playground #200 for my 3rd entry there.

Have a great mischief night (as we call the night before Halloween) and have fun!

Carol

10 comments:

Di said...

Wow Carol - this really popped out of the screen at me - wonderful colours there and such a great design too!

Hugs

Di xx

JanR said...

Ooooh, loving your sponged background! Fab card. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

aussie aNNie said...

Fab card, guess the kids will be out 'trick and treating' soon.xx

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

That is an awesome stamp, which I may just have to borrow (wink wink). Love how you used all the fun bits of Halloween paper.

Donna Hanley said...

Perfect card for Halloween. Love all the different paper banners and those ghosts are darling. Happy Halloween.

jimlynn said...

Very pretty sponging on a fun and spooky card! Perfect for Halloween and as cute as can be. Don't get into any mischief tonight!
Lynn

cotnob said...

A super Halloween card Carol, your inked background looks fabulous and your papers are perfect.
Pauline
x

scrAPpamondo said...

Wow! So impressive halloween card! The fluorescent ghosts are stunning, such a clever idea! Your sponged background for the ravens is just wonderful! All the detail look...spooktacular! :D

MaryH said...

Very excellent sponged background for this fierce & spooky raven. Love the die cut & matting, and especially the background fishtails. Clever design! Very frightening! TFS & Happy Hallowe'en. Hugs

Princess Judy Palmer said...

That sponging is quite nifty! This is a fun yet spooky card.