Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Sweet Stamp Shop Halloween Card

So how many of y'all are feeling the crispness in the air? I sure am and I'm super excited about it. With Fall comes Halloween. Probably a close tie for first with Christmas. I have so many decorations I need to put up for Halloween. I'll take pictures and post them when I'm finished. Anyways, for today's card I used one of Sweet Stamp Shop's Halloween sets. So adorable!!!



I colored the castle with my Copics. For the windows, I added glossy accents and then put some glitter on the shingles to help it stand out. Quick tip! For the patchy spots on my shingles, I used my colorless blender to push away some of that color! It gave it a lot of dimension. For the accents, I used sequins and enamel dots. The enamel dots were originally green but I colored them black with my Copic marker. 



I'll be entering this into a couple of challenges. First is Simon Says Stamp's We're Going Dotty Challenge.  Another challenge I'm entering this into is over at the Curtain Call Challenge. The theme is Spooky Scene!! So much fun!!! 

Thanks so much for stopping by!!! I love comments so don't hesitate :)

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I love the spooky scene, the glitter and the sequins! :)
    Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog!

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  2. Your card is so cute! Love it!

    I noticed you live in San Diego - so do I. We need to get together and make cards. :)

    I'm a new follower!

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    1. Thank you, Natasha!! Yes, lets have a craft day soon! :):)

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  3. Hey there--I am in San Diego, too. Love this card, and so fun to see a blog of a fellow San Diegan, too.

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    1. Wow! Everyone is here in San Diego! lol

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  4. love your take on the Spooky Scene challenge! thanks so much for playing along at the Curtain Call!

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  5. What a fun card! Love the scene and how the image hangs off the paper... the sparkly roofs and the sequins look awesome. Thank you for playing along with us at the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge.

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  6. Your card is gorgeous, Kristen!

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  7. Great spooky creation!! Thanks so much for playing along with the Curtain Call Challenge!!

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