Currently ‘Haunted Design House’ is celebrating its milestone of reaching 666 followers and I really wanted to join the party. They chose the Iron Maiden song ‘Number of the beast’ as their theme for this fortnight’s challenge. I really had to wreck my brain, but last night I finally came up with an idea!
Here’s my interactive house shaped ATC :
I’d like to enter this ATC into the following challenges:
- Window: StampItCrazy
- Door: Crafty Individuals
- Cobweb: stampers anonymous
- Spider: Martha Stewart
- Checkers: Stamp Francisco
- Cat: Rubbernecker
- Speech bubble: Kelly Panacci
- Monster: Stampotique
Two weeks ago I attended a workshop @ In ‘t woefke. The purpose was to create fairylike cards using Lavinia stamps, but I felt like creating a spooky card too:
All stamps are by Lavinia, except for the sentiment, which is Stampendous.
I only had used this card size (100 x210 mm) a handful of times before, but I actually really like it, so I’m pretty sure I will use it more often in the future.
This is my entry for the following challenges:
Haunted Design House offered us an interesting recipe with the following 5 ingredients: black, purple, green, metal and flourish.
Here’s what I brewed in my cauldron:
I mounted a green bubble background ATC on a black and purple card featuring clear embossed flourishes. My metal ingredient consists of a silver heat embossed pentagram. Sorry for the bad scan, in real life the green ‘s got a bit more punch and the pink is actually neon pink.
- Witch: Gaïa
- Cauldron & mouse: Cherry Pie
- Bats: Stampers Anonymous
- Pentagram: Make your mark
- Bubble sentiment: Stampendous
Wicked Wednesday wants us to create an ATC featuring a die-cut. I used a graveyard die-cut and spiderweb border punch:
- Witch: Third Coast
- Sentiment: Quietfire
- Bat: Stampers Anonymous
Lots of creative blogs are offering us great eye candy, so I decided to dedicate an ATC to… eye candy:
Id like to enter this atc into the following challenges :
- Tree, sun, kid: Dilly Beans
- Script: Darkroom Door
- Music sheet: All night media
Lots of people find monsters scary, but to me they are not! I find them mostly funny and adorable and they make me SMILE!
I’m so glad that So Artful Challenges focuses on ‘friendly monsters’ this month. Here’s my ATC (the colours are a bit brighter in person, especially the neon pink):
I used stamps and spray inks by Dylusions.
I hope this friendly monster made you smile!
Ok, let’s make that May… Here’ s my atc for the current challenge at the Dilly Beans challenge blog.
- Heart monster: Dilly Beans
- Tree, sentiment: Katzelkraft
- Cross: Cherry Pie
- Spider: Martha Stewart