Friday, October 12, 2012

A Halloween Twist

HMMM I had my post all set to go BUT forgot to schedule it for Friday so here's my Bellariffic Friday card a wee bit late

This weeks Bellariffic Fridays challenge was to make either a Halloween card or a cards using Halloween colours - I chose to go with Halloween colours.  The dp that I used to inspire my card is EP's Chillingsworth Manor.

I stamped Uptown Girls Victoria & Juliette's night out with versafine black ink onto watercolour paper then embossed the image with black embossing powder.  I coloured the image with distress markers then paper pieced the dresses with the dp.  I shaded around the image with spiced marmalade distress ink.  The flower is MFT's Upsy Daisy Die-namics.

On the inside of the card I shaded cream cs with spiced marmalade distress ink and stamped the sentiment that comes with the set.  I used MFT's Fishtail Flags Stax die-namics.

Please stop by the rest of the Babes blogs to see their creations and Bloggabella to see what the sistah's created.  Next weeks theme is a sketch -
Email your card to Em by Thursday to be included in next weeks Bellariffic Fridays on Bloggabella and you could win some bella bucks.

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day 



Carla Murphy said...

This is gorgeous Dana. Love those dresses; I would even buy them (not that they'd fit). But YKWIM... yer stylin. I absolutely LOVE that paper with the newsprint pumpkin - just love it!!

Pauline said...

Dana, I would of never thought to use this image for halloween, but you nailed it! Perfect papers, love the paper pieced dresses!

Jodi Collins said...

LOVE their paper pieced dresses and the papers you used!!

Leslie said...

LOVE us! It IS us, isnt' it?! You on the left with a glass of wine and me on the right with a cocktail! :) You did a fantastic job - love it and it has a place of honour on my desk at work!!!

Crafty Cath said...

Oh my Love this! If it is you and Leslie, you look like you're having a fantastic time! Love how you've showed us how versitile this image is! It's perfect for fall celebrations! Who knew!

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