Monday, October 28, 2013

Smudgy Antics Color Challenge DT Project Week #2

 Smudgy Antics is on Week #2 of the Color Challenge.  
Get working on those wonderful ideas and enter your project.  
The Design Team has some tasty eye candy for you today.  
You must use at least 3 of the colors, which are: 
Dark Grey, Magenta, Dark Green, Black, and Dark Orange.

I used 4 colors, Dark Grey, Magenta, Dark Green, and Black.
I  was inspired to make some candy holders, after seeing Day 7 of Croms' Cubby Hole, or Helen (second on the 31 Days of Halloween Wicked Blogger List).  I did not use TP rolls, but love the idea of these fun little candy holders.

I debated on putting the bat on or not, but went ahead in the spirit of the month.  
So don't wimp out on that one scarey house while know they have the best candy, the BIG chocolate bars!

Creaking Details

Candy Holders
One of Smeared Ink's new wonderful digital papers was used for the design on the boxes.  I used Red Butterfly from the Madame Butterfly set.  I used Picasso to change the color to Magenta and Dark Gray.  Then printed out on Whisper White card stock (CS).

I also used the digi set Calaveras from Smeared Ink.  It is hard to see but I used Sugar Skulls #3, #4 and the Candle.  I printed the images in black onto the same CS as before.

CS was cut in half and used with Candy Wrapper Die (retired) from Stampin' Up!.
Ends were colored in with Basic Gray ink and Aqua Painter.

I tied them all together with Black 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon (SU!).

Front Image
Image is from one of the sets drawn by Rick St. Dennis for the Smeared Ink Rubber Club, called Haunted Places #2 - September 2013.  It is stamped in Black Staze On onto Whisper White cs.

Colored in with markers and Blender Pen.
I added a shadowy figure just inside the door with a black Sharpie.
Crystal effects on door entry.
Finished image was fussy cut and adhered to front.

Another Smeared Ink Rubber Club, Occasions Grumpies - September 2013.
Stamped in Black Staze On on Whisper White cs.  Sponged Smoky Gray ink over words.
Crystal Effects over saying.
All materials used are Stampin' Up! and are current unless otherwise noted.

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