I know it is late, but I am just finishing up on my weekend and thought I would put up my latest card in my Halloween Series before I had off to dream land. lol...
Just remember that it is not too late to be a part of my Halloween Candy. All you have to do is check it out HERE. Hope to see you all join in. I think it has been and it is going to turn out to be a blast. You never know, I might just have a few Halloween tricks up my sleeves before this whole thing is done. So bring your friends and remember to post a comment on all the cards from the candy post forward to get more chances at being one of the lucky winners. :O) Yesp, I said winners, but you have to hang around to find out what that might mean. BaaaHaaa Ha!!!
Ok well, let's get on with today's card. This is one that I made out of the Dazzle sheets that HOTP has been making for a couple of years now. I think I have had this set since last year long after Halloween had come and gone. As I told you all, I have been on the hunt for my Halloween stamps that I bought from All that Scraps years ago when I first started my blog. I still haven't located those darn stamps, but did I come across a few things that I had long ago forgotten that I had. So you see that is how this Spooky Halloween house card came to be.
It really was a fun card to create and all I did was put my stickers where I wanted them and then I used my Copics to add a dusk with fog rolling in kind of picture. Originally I was going to use my air brush system to make up the background, but then I decided that I really enjoyed the not so blended look that I was able to get doing my coloring this way. What do you think? I'd really like to know. :O)
Ok guys, I am hitting the hay. Tomorrow starts off a six day work week for me once again, so I had better get some sleep before too long. lol...
Hope you all have a great day and I will talk at you later.
Hugs, Lisa G
stamps-ghostly greetings-Amy R stamps-CC Designs
cs-Neenah Natural White & Smokey Shadow-PTI
Dazzles-Halloween Stickers-HOTP 2012
Sakura Gelly Roll pen-Thanks Amanda!