Welcome to this week’s challenge on Kitty Bee Designs! I’m highlighting a cute image from The East Wind! It’s called Lucy Loo – Morning Coffee…our theme this week is Halloween, and it’s kinda cute with the little skulls in the image!
I colored it with my copics in fun Halloween colors and then used some Halloween papers from my stash. I had a fun little skull and spider web as well as a rub on sentiment from Tim Holtz. I hope you like it and please play along with our Halloween challenge this week!
Here is my fun halloween card using some pre-colored images from Sparkle & Sprinkle. I decided to make a shaker card this time, since I had just bought some fun Halloween bits for the inside and it had been awhile since I had made one!
I fussy cut the witch and one of the bats and added it to the front of the shaker card. The DP is just from my stash and I added a few dots with my Viva Pen. The shaker mix I just bought at the dollar store and added a few purple sequins.
I hope you will stop by the blog and check out all the great projects the DT has created for you, and link up your own project this week. As always our challenge is anything goes, so show us what you are working on this week!
So this is the first time in a long time where I am able to participate in World Card Making Day! I am going to be surfing around blog land trying to find challenges to do!
Kraftin Kimmie Stamps has a weekly challenge to help celebrate…it’s holidays! Create a card for any holiday and bonus if you use their sketch of the month (which I did of course!)
So I decided to do a Halloween card!
I have a lot of Halloween supplies but don’t do near enough layouts or cards with them! I used the KKS stamp Zelda Zombie for mine…the paper and embellishments I don’t know the manufacturer for as I just have bits and bobs in my folder! The die cut is Taylored Expressions though! It’s a fun little die and this is the first time I’ve used it! Crazy!
I colored with my copics of course! I’m still learning coloring so pardon the not so smooth look! LOL
I hope you like it and I hope you are playing along with challenges today!
Sunday! The start of another week. We’ve been busy over here, as I am getting ready for my craft fairs coming up next month.
Have you stopped by the Red Carpet Studio blog today? You will see we have a new challenge up!
Our theme this week is drawing inspiration from The Haunted Mansion!
We are wanting to see your Hallowe’en themed projects this week. Here is a layout I created about my little munchkin in his very first Hallowe’en costume. I loved this costume. I thought it was just adorable on him.
Most of this was created from just bits and bobs out of my stash. I don’t make a lot of Hallowe’en projects so I tend to have a lot of left over paper. The jack o’lanterns are just some dollar store stickers I had and the pumpkin in the corner is made from my cuttlebug die. Some thickers finish it off. Thanks so much for stopping by and don’t forget to drop by the blog.
It’s a new challenge day at Lollipop Crafts! My team is hosting the new challenge and we are highlighting Halloween treats–projects that are not cards…you should check out the blog because the team have some great projects to share this week.
So my son is in preschool this year for the first time and I am so excited because I get to make all kinds of fun things for his class. Case in point are these cute little sour cream boxes that I learned about at last month’s Stampin Up workshop. They are ubereasy to make and it took me about 20 mins to do all 12 for his class. I just used some random papers from my halloween stash and then a bit of cord and whatever halloween stamps I had on hand. Inside each container is a Tootsie Roll (the fun thick ones for Halloween 🙂 )
I hope you like them and please stop by our blog and join in the challenge this week.
Can you believe it is only a week until Hallowe’en! I have a fun card for you today for the Digital Delights inspiration post. Every Thursday we have some fun inspiration pieces for you using a variety of images from the Digtial Delights store. Here is my card using the Spooky Pumpkin. It is available in either black & white or colored.
I just used some scrap pieces of Hallowe’en paper for this card. I got the ribbon in a swap awhile a go. The bling is from my stash and the image was colored with Copics. I added some Ranger ink around the edges. I hope you like it and don’t forget to visit the blog to see the rest of the great projects this week.
Hello everyone! Welcome to today’s installment of the Digihaven challenge. We have a fun new Halloween challenge for you.
For this challenge you need to use any halloween image that is a) free and b) is free for the duration of the challenge which in this case is ending November 1st. You can find all the details under the challenge tab on the blog!
Here is the fun card I created for you this week.
I just thought these spiders were so cute and you can find them here~ The DP are just some scraps that I had from other Halloween projects and I cut out the spiders with my spellbinders and then inked them with the Tim Holtz Seedless Preserves ink. The DP I inked with some Rusty Hinge. The letters are from my stash as is the little star. I hope you like it and don’t forget to stop by the blog and check out the other inspiration pieces for you this week and to enter this fun new challenge.
I am off to the Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnival for Friday and Saturday for 2 days of fun cropping and I will have all the great details and maybe even some pictures on Sunday! See you then!