I know I have been MIA for quite some time and thanks to all of you who are still out there who are still hanging around :) I can't say that the creative bug has bitten again or that I have found my mojo or anything like that but I wanted to say HI and share a picture of some ceramic snowballs I had made for my husband over the winter.
Hope all is well with everyone!
I made this card for my best bud Anna :) She loves Halloween and I liked the variation away from the typical orange and black! I did include a little of both of those but it wasn’t the focus and I really like how it looks. No idea who make the image (I actually think I stamped it from Anna’s stash on one of my visits!) But the October 31st is from Teresa Collins. How about that fun Basic Grey paper with the creepy crawlies on it – pretty cool! Did you notice too I cut out at the bottom of the cape to let it flow right into the black. and the sky was sponged on with charcoal grey ink.
Hope you all have a Happy Halloween! We’ll be seeing some family off I imagine and then we have our Sunday dart league today. I don’t live in a residential area so no trick or treating for us.
Image is a digital from FireCracker Designs by Pamela and I used Technique Junkies Wisped Frames on the edges. I added some Queen & Co pearls and matted with some colored paper before mounting it on the card base.
Today is my daughter’s wedding I am praying for gorgeous weather and all to go as planned :) Glad to be seeing and spending some time with family who we do not see often enough too!
This image is from FireCracker Designs by Pamela and I colored with Copic Markers. I don’t recall much else about the details here, ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon and used Out of the Box technique again (one of my favorites obviously LOL!)
Tomorrow my daughter is getting married so we will be off and running all day! Today we are too getting the last minute details together and then rehearsal tonight along with setting up in the hall! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
I think the image is from Looby Lou and I colored with with my Marvy Wet Look Embossing Markers (Pastel). Added some scraps of patterned papers I found (using my favorite layout again just a different shape like I had mentioned. I added the clippo and a bit of ribbon to the top since I wasn’t using a sentiment and called it done :)