Tuesday, October 27, 2015

BOO!

Oops!!  So I totally forgot to post my card before I left on vacation to the Smoky Mountains!  Here I thought I was all set to go and I totally was NOT!  Today's card is inspired by the sketch at Try Stampin' or Not on Tuesday challenge #242.  It also has the theme of "Boo or Eek!".  I decided to do both since I don't mind making one or two Halloween cards each year. 


Boy did I have fun making this card.  I decided to make a huge moon on my card and use the banner for the sentiment, and of course put "Boo" in the bottom corner.  I used my brayer to get the colors on, then added the trees and extended the trunks so they weren't all the same size.  Next I did a little sponging on the moon so it wasn't quite so bright.  I stamped on the bats with black ink, but embossed the ghosts with white so they stood out. Make sure you check out the challenge from Try Stampin' or Not on Tuesday HERE to see all the other great cards!  Not everyone did the theme since that is optional. :)  Show us how this week's sketch inspires you...we'd love to see it!







Thanks for looking and have a great day!
Sara

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Supplies used on this card:

Retired Stampin' Up! set Holiday Home, Retired Thinlits Little Letters


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4 comments:

  1. Wow, this is gorgeous! I love the sponged sky. It's so spooky and yet so beautiful at the same time!

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    1. Thanks, Jen! I appreciate you taking the time to stop by. :)

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  2. Delightfful. Awesome job with the brayer work.

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Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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