Saturday, October 12, 2013

Krafty Girl Challenge #200

Happy weekend, all! =) I am joining in for a new challenge over at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Challenge Blog.


This week's host is Sharon and the challenge theme is "Halloween is Coming!" To welcome this fun holiday, we want you to use the color "Black" somewhere in your project, easy peasy, huh? =)


I used the adorable Lulu in pumpkin costume from Hey Ghoulfriend set for my card. She is stamped on PTI's Stamper's Select White cardstock, colored with Copic markers then fuzzy cut out.


The patterned paper and trim are from August 2013 Krafty Kardmaking Kit. The sentiment die is from Papertrey Ink

That's all I have. Don't forget to check out what the other Krafty Girls came up with for this challenge and see all the challenge details here. Hope you can join us this week! =)

Have a fantastic day and thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: (kraft, white) Papertrey Ink, (black, purple) Bazzill
rubber stamp: Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps
patterned paper: Bella Blvd
dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko
fiber: (black/orange/white twine) Maya Road
die: (trick or treat) Papertrey Ink
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
skin: E13, E11, E01, E00, E0000, R20
hair: E29, E27, E25, E23, E53
costume: E19, YR18, YR07, YR04, YR02, BV29, BV25, BV23, YG17, YG25, YG03
card size: 4" x 5 1/2"

11 comments:

Amy Johnson said...

So cute! Love how you did the sentiment.

Tenia Nelson said...

Super cute!! :)

Rose said...

adorable :)

Sue from Oregon said...

oh my...super cute!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Totally cute!!

mgoll88 said...

Very wonderfull card creation, looks fantastic and perfect halloweencolours!

LG
Michaela

alexandra s.m. said...

Beautiful card Alice!!
TFS~

Laura B. said...

So adorable! I just adore your coloring!

katslittlepassion said...

awww another great card!!!

*Michaela* said...

Beautiful card! Fantastic coloring (as always)!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

freakin' adorable, well done!

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