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DAY 19 OF 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN
Aggg...quick quick quick.
More deets later!
So sorry there friends, back this afternoon with more
deets on today's post.
I did not get home til' 12:30 last night/this morning.
Then had to get up and make food for Coffee Hour @ church. Had about 4 minutes to get my post in before the deadline
and JUST made it.
Rushed off, got home about noon, only to find my house full of people. over for a foot ball game.
4 o'clock and I finally get to get this done.
Thanks if you came back to find out more!
The Longing & Wistful Details
The background was from a tutorial from an amazingly talented woman by the name of Michelle Zindorf. She is known for her brayering skills. All/most of her backgrounds are done with the Brayer. I myself am not very good at brayering, so I sponge!
Stamped flowers are from SU! set called Backyard Basics (retired). They are stamped with Black StazOn ink.
They are colored in with markers.
Highlighted with White Gel Pen.
Iridescent Pearlized Smooch Accents on leaves.
Dotted stamp from Glorious Grunge set stamped randomly on upper half of background with Gold Encore Ink.
Cut out background so that edges were a bit curvy.
Image is from Odd Ball Art Co. called
Big Eye Creepy Cute Fairy Girl Image No. 64.
Image was printed out onto Whisper White card stock.
Colored in with Blendabilities.
Iridescent Pearlized Smooch Accents on wings.
Crystal Effects on fairy and spider.
Fussy cut and adhered to background.
Adhered finished top two pieces to Whisper White card base.
Used Black Sharpie to doodle in frame.
Spritzed Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz over entire card.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.
Love your fairy girl awaiting Halloween! LOVE your moon and the black and white stripes and the doodling! Great colors!ReplyDelete
Beautiful use of dramatic black and white!ReplyDelete
Love the image and the contrast with the black and white doodling.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, love the added doodling.ReplyDelete
Great coloring and such an adorable image. Love it! xxDReplyDelete
Love how she sits on the moon and such a lovely moon! Beautiful images and coloring and awesome doodles!!ReplyDelete
Love the image! Impressed by the flowers and doodling!ReplyDelete
Oooooo I do love her to death! GORE-geous!ReplyDelete
love your project! and I love that I'm spook-ster wicked! ha ha you rockReplyDelete
fabulous set up and lay out. I love the thing she is sitting on. a moon? bug?ReplyDelete
Sweet little image. Love the background. Will have to check out the tutorial.ReplyDelete
So many perfect touches here, I hardly know where to start! Love the creepy cute fairy and her green skin, the upside-down spider, the touches of shine and glimmer, the background--oh, heck, it's all just fabulous!ReplyDelete
I love how your background turned out. I have yet to use my brayer either. Scary tool. Seems so easy and innocent, but ....um....No. Love the black and white trim too. She is a nice shade of green young lady. I too have a huge collection of Stampin Up products but love the alternative arty stamps also!ReplyDelete