Friday, August 29, 2014

Witches Brew with PCCCS107

Good mornings, its Friday, Friday, Friday!!!  This is going to be one busy weekend, so lets gets started.  Todays challenge card is for the sketch over at The Paper Craft Crew.  Yesterday started the shopping frizzy from the new Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini catalog.  So in honor of this wonderful and exiting catalog, my card is showcasing a couple items from it.  Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and this set is just perfect for all my freakly little friends!

I used the Motley Monsters DSP pack, and love how you can use it for just bright colored backgrounds or use with the bold monster patterns it has. I used the striped scallop thinlit, cut it in two pieces and layered them to look like a spiderweb.

For my witch, I used my basic pens and colored her in.  For the bat I added a couple really small google eyes and a old olive colored pearl to put on the witches nose for a wort...Eeewww Gross!!!!
Supplies Used
Cardstock ~ basic black, whisper white, crushed curry
Ink ~ basic black
Markers ~ crushed curry, tangerine tango, old olive
Blendabilities ~ old olive
DSP ~ Motley Monsters
Stamp Set ~ Freaky Friends and Ghoulish Greetings
Misc. ~ oval framlet set, striped scallop thinlin, basic pearls and rhinestones, silver and black 1/8" taf. ribbon, modern label punch
All these items and more can be purchased HERE!
I hope you have enjoyed my freaky friends challenge card.  Leave some "love" and don't forget to come back Monday to see what color challenge for Stylin' Stampin' INKspiration!


Kathy Peck said...

Cute card. I love the witch.

Jan said...

Such a cute card Cynthia! I don't really do Halloween ( its not something we celebrate in Australia) but I do like your cute bat and the wort on the witches nose!! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Craft Crew this week :-)

Pam Staples said...

Great card! Love how you layered the Striped Scallop in the background. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Craft Crew. Also, congratulations on being selected as a Featured Artisan so look for your card on our blog.