Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Happy Halloween...

Hey there!

I'm back with a second card for the Instagram challenge at Hello Bluebird to create a spooky night themed card using their stamps. This time around I wanted to see if I could stretch a few of my non-Halloween stamps and make them work within this theme. As I flipped through my binder I came across the Seaside Girls and this little gal, with the wind blowing through her hair, caught my eye. No difficult or tricky altering would be necessary, I could simply color her into long sleeves, leggings and boots and make her a sweet trick or treater. To help set that scene I grabbed the winding lane background stamp from the Storybook Friends set and added that in behind her. Then it was time to bring it all home with some of the accessory stamps from the Ghostly Greetings set and the Halloween Fun set. A nice, big sentiment from the Spooky Script set completed the transformation from summer beach babe to costumed cutie. :)

Ok, well I shall see you back here tomorrow with day one of TGF previews!
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Catherine Pooler
stamps- Hello Bluebird (Seaside Girls, Storybook Friends, Ghostly Greetings, Halloween Fun and Spooky Script)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Versamark watermark
Hero Arts white detail embossing powder
My Favorite Things A2 stitched rectangle stax set 1
Sharpie extra fine white pen
Ranger glossy accents
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, E04, R00, R20
hair- E55, E57, E49
clothes- YG01, YG03, YG95, YG99, Y35, YR04, YR18, E19, E84, E87, E89, E49, 100, W8, W10
bucket candy- Y04, Y17, R27, E27, YR07
jack o'lantern- YR15, YR68, YR09, E09, Y02, Y18, E84, E87
road- E31, E42, E43, E44
cat- C1, C2, C5, C7, C8, R000, R30, R22, V12, V15, V09
grass- G43, YG63, G94, G99
sky- YR30, BG70, BG72, BG18, BG78, BG99
leaves/trees- Y18, Y26, YR04, YR18, R35, R89, YR16, E09, E37, YG06, BG96, BG99, E27, E29



Heidi Brawley said...

OMG this card looks totally PURRRRRFECT!!!! I love how you gave this beach girl a Halloween outfit!!!!
hugs, Heidi