Thursday, October 11, 2007

Witchtacular



Wow, I won't even try to tell you how bad this week has been. Posting has been a challenge. All the cards I've done with these new stamps were done on Tuesday night. We have had a broken dishwasher, mice running rampant, and other even less pleasant things. I've been scouring the house since we got in on Monday. So anyways, I thought I should take a few minutes to post another card using these awesome CCDesign stamps that came in the mail. Like I mentioned before they are so versatile with lots of little elements to play around with and the price is so reasonable. The particular card is really easy but just looks so cute with that little witch.

Recipe: Paper is Shimmer CS, Old olive, Garden Green, Wasabi, Not Quite Navy, Bayou, Ink is co-ordinating except for using mustard and Marigold on the moon. Image is water colored with Tombow markers and cut out and placed over image stamped on moon. Stickles was used to accent the hills and the hat ( Lime, holly, Black Diamond). Ribbon is SU Wasabi. Thanks and come back soon to check out more fun designs with these great stamp sets.

8 comments:

Well Said Cards said...

Beautiful card!

Flossie's Follies said...

Oh my hope everything calms down at your house. I LOVE this card, your scene and that adorable witch, love it.

Sarah D said...

that is to cute for words!!!!

Rose Ann said...

Your little witch is so cute! I always have to click to zoom so that I can see all of your special touches. I love the added Stickles and your coloring looks great as ever!

Jean said...

Sophie,I love the way you have made the hills. So clever you are and the shading is beautiful as always. I do hope we get those in colours in our catalogue next year - I love them to bits!!

Hugs, Jean

Jennifer Ofiana said...

Another great card. Love the moons. I will have to try one like that!

Ila said...

Gorgeous card!! I like the way you used the stickles on here...very effective.

Leslie Miller said...

Witchtacular for sure! I love it! All your Halloween cards are just wonderful and puts me in the mood to do some, myself. I've been hung up on Christmas because of the Flourishes stamps and haven't done much for the Fall season at all. Shame on me because I love Fall season cards.