This is the last one for today. With this card I’d like to wish you all a wonderful holiday season!
It’s my entry for:
No ATC for a change, but a proper card! It’s even a special one, for the cute little monster spins around if you tilt the card :
I’d like to enter this card into Stampotique Designers Challenge # 126: A splat of paint.
All stamps are Smeared ink.
The following project is my contribution to two of my favourite ‘creepy’ challenges:
This is actually one candle, but I had take several photos to show all images:
How I love those Li’l Grumpies!
Here’s a card I made for a couple of challenges:
I needed a card for a new born and it was the current Smudgy Antics ‘bad baby’ challenge who inspired me into making this Lil’ Grumpie card. I had to rack my brain to turn this grumpie fellow into a baby, but the safety pin and doodled hat did the trick, I think. Ok, he doesn’t really look bad, on the contrary, it’s a cuty, but I still hope to be in line with the current theme. The colour inspiration came from the Macabre Monday HDH137 Perplexing Pigment Play challenge. I love the combination of lime, purple and teal!
I’d also like to enter this card into the following ‘anything goes’ challenges:
The background was sprayed with purple and lime Glimmer Mist. The dots were heat embossed using a combination of white and holographic embossing powder.
- Little monster: Smeared Ink
- Dots: Judi Kins
Here’s a card for two of my favourite ‘creepy’ challenges: HDH Macabre Monday (pass the distressing) and Smudgy Antics (embellish it).
I don’t know if you’d agree, but I find the well-known Tim Holtz sentiment a perfect match for the funny Smeared Ink Halloween image. Makes me smile. 🙂
- Little grumpy image: Smeared Ink
- Stripes: Darkroom Door
- Crackle: Hampton Art
- Sentiment and design scrap: Tim Holtz