Friday, October 12, 2007

Spidey Time and Bag of Bones

Wow, Halloween is coming fast, and as a result, I'm focusing a lot into the Halloween motif. The upper spider card was created using Black, Orange and Poison Ivory CS, as well as Chatterbox DP. Groovy Guava was sponged on main Poison Ivory shimmer CS and it was then pierced with a needle and threaded with silver embroidery floss. Spiders were stamped in black, then cut out bodies which were stamped on watercolor paper and colored in with SU markers and water were placed over. On The panel, a scallop was punched, decorated, stamped with spider and another spider body was popped and placed on top. All Stamps are CCdesigns from All That Scraps.



This next project is again using these great CCdesign stamps! I stamped a coffee bag all over with the skull and crossbones, colored it in using white Prismacolor pencil, stamped Boo in silver
versamark Brilliance ink. The topper was stamped on Shimmer White CS, aged, the ghost highlighted with Copic marker and the scallop is Orange CS. Sorry for the abbreviated post, just really, super busy trying to do catch up on work from a brutal week. Cheers and have a great day!

9 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

What an awesome card, love how you did it and your paper bag with the topper is great.

All Pink girl said...

Hi i just came across your blog and i am so glad i did ,your work is brilliant ,Dawnx

Corie said...

Wow these are just so FANTASTIC

Rose Ann said...

Your Halloween projects are totally adorable, Sophia!! How fun!

chelemom said...

These are so adorable!!! Love them both!

Ila said...

These are So Cute!! I love the spiders on the card and I love that spooky bag!

NormaJ said...

Love the spidey card. It is the
cutest thing.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, how cute! I love both of these projects. The design on the spider card is fabulous. Spidey time--tee hee! Love the skull and crossbones on the coffee bag, too.

Danielle said...

I just discovered your blog and you cards and projects are great. Love the spiders!