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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Stamping 411 - Saturday Sketch Challenge #220

I decided to play along with the Stamping 411 Saturday Sketch Challenge #220 this week.  If you've never followed this site before make sure you check it out.  The sketches are always beautiful and they offer some measurements to help you along.  Here's this week's sketch:

I chose to do another Halloween Card for this challenge.  The only changes I made to my card are the addition of rhinestones instead of brads and I changed the circular configuration to a rectangle.  Here are some views of my card. 



Man the lighting was poor for this inside view of the card........... my apologies.  The witch and sentiment are stamped in Black Stazon Ink.

Details:
The cardbase is Pumpkin Pie cardstock.  A small piece of "Halloween Fright" DSP (retired) was used for the bottom half of the card front.  Instead of a ribbon I punched out a strip of Concord Crush with the Lacey Border punch, and then wove 1/8" green ribbon through the center.  Layers of Concord Crush DSP and Wisteria comprise the layered rectangle.  The image is stamped in basic black ink on Whisper White cardstock that's been distressed with concord crush ink.  Green glitter was added to the top of the cauldron for a small touch of bling. 

10 comments:

Patti said...

Really cute card. The dsp is certainly a perfect touch.

Patti Chesky said...

What a spooktacular card!!!!

Dale Morin said...

How cute! I agree with Patti, the dsp is a nice touch.

Yolanda said...

I have got to order some of that dsp! I love your card and all the detail. TFS

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

VEry cute....love the purple and orange.

Debbie Martin said...

Great spooky card!
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Selene Kempton said...

Pretty pretty... This is adorable! Thanks for playing along with stamping 411 this week.

Jean Addis said...

Great card, Penny! You always add the cutest details.

laurie said...

Such a fun Halloween card!

Shirley Pumpkin said...

Love this card too Penny!

Hugs
Shirley