DAY 25 for 31 Days of Halloween
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A card for today using a creep-tacular image by the one and only Rick St. Dennis.
Annabella Arsenic is the name of this image and I know that when she comes a knockin' this Halloween, I AM going to give that sweet lass some candy!
Showing Clear Embossing Powder over entire image
Wings are stamped with Black Archival Ink and from Stampotique Originals by Daniel Torrente called Wings.
Saying was also stamped with same ink and from set called Piece of Poison (SU! - retired).
Image was printed onto Whisper White card stock, colored with Blendabilities, outlined with marker.
Ink on background was stippled and frame was sponged.
Entire image gone over with Versa Mark ink.
Clear Embossing Powder over and heat set.
Card base is Tangerine Tango card stock.
My son (6) decided he wanted to color in the spider. Pretty good job I say!
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.
The clear embossing over the entire page is a brilliant effect! She is glowing in her evilness! Yes indeed give her candy or keep the lights off and don't hand out ANY candy...heheReplyDelete
Adorable! Love the added wings and clear embossing. Fabulous effect! xxDReplyDelete
OOOOhhh, a new word to play with.ReplyDelete
Anaabelle is indeed CreepTacular!
Love her wings! This is super creepy and yes I'd give her the whole basket! Don't wanna cross her! Wicked cool project!~kimReplyDelete
Wow, this little demon, er, darling is super creepy! I think I'd shut and lock the door if I saw her coming!ReplyDelete
Great image...love the bat on her head! The addition of the clear embossing powder is brilliant! !ReplyDelete
Eeeeeeek she's so creeperific!!!!! Love this image and how you've coloured her and that layer of EP is the perfect finishing touch of creepiness!ReplyDelete
I love the clear all over the entire thing. It's a short post for me my kids are all over me right now. LiterallyReplyDelete
She creepy fabulous! Your son did a great job on the spider.ReplyDelete
This is awesome love all the details. Great creepy card!ReplyDelete
It looks as if she is in bad need of more liquid! She is very dusty! Nice job!ReplyDelete