Booo!

I’m sharing today my take in this month’s challenge at Sarah Hurley365 blog. The theme: Halloween.

I only use one stamp set for this card. It’s Sarah‘s Malcolm Strange stamp set. I got the black & white pattern paper from A Few of my Favourite Things March kit. I used it specifically with that skull drawing in there ūüôā

I added a shine in the pumpkins using glossy accents, same thing to the ghost eyes and kitty’s nose. I stacked them together ¬†to show some form of balancing act while Malcolm is looking at them ūüôā I also used the spider web stamp for my card base background.

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Until next time!

Sarah Hurley, Lookbook Magazine Vol. 4 projects

Sarah Hurley’s Lookbook Magazine Volume 4¬†is already released, yey! Exciting times ūüôā

There are a lot of great projects from the rest of Sarah’s¬†talented DTs and I was blown away by the creativity and variety of projects presented by each of these ladies.

I’m sharing here some of my contributions to the book using Sarah Hurley’s digi kits, stamps, and papers.

First up¬† is the Halloween card using Sarah’s 31 Spook Street Digi¬†Scrapbooking kit.¬†¬†I got the image, Angelica Strange from the kit while the stamps are from Malcolm Strange stamp set.¬†I did¬†partial embossing and background stamping as well in the card base.¬†Angelica, the candy corn and pumpkin were colored with promarkers. The banner’s paper I used Sarah’s September Kit Club Add On 1-Shooting Star.

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Note that the Lookbook Magazine, Vol. 4 highlights Halloween and Autumn season so the projects are a combination of the two.

I also did a set of small treat bags for small chocolate pieces. The stamps are again from Malcolm Strange stamp set. For the orange bag, I used Doodle Doll Art Girl stamp.  I again used stamping and embossing for these bags plus twine and some washi strips.

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I have a set of three cards as well with whimsical characters and autumn colors. I used Woodland Wonders, Under the Stars Digi¬†scrapbooking kit¬†for all the cards here. I did a lot of fuzzy cutting in the images but feels no boredom at all doing them ūüôā What a great feeling seeing these cards in a finished state. A lot of photos here..

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The sentiments for the other two cards are from Sarah’s Sentiments Stamp.

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And now, moving to another craft project, a wall decor using stamps from the Stamp and Stitch! Expedition stamps.¬†Love this one too ūüôā

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ADU challenge # 2

It’s the 15th of the month and now begins the 2nd¬†card challenge at All Dressed Up blog. The theme this time is Halloween.

I used two digi images from ADU, first is the cutesy Magical Day and the other one, All Dressed Up for Mummy.

Both images were colored with promarkers. I added some washi strips for my fairy card plus some strip of gray patterned paper at the base.

For the second card, I used the spider web stamp from Sarah Hurley’s Malcolm Strange stamp set for my background. Then added some buttons.

I also embossed the background dots in  green strip for my mummy.

I had so much fun doing projects using All Dressed Up digis and my Guest Designer stint for October has been so awesome. Thanks so much for All Dressed Up team.

All the best to you ūüôā

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Halloween

It’s October and what would be the¬†most celebrated occasion than¬†the spooky houses, ghosts¬†and other things scary¬†ūüôā

This month’s challenge is already up at the¬†Sarah Hurley Challenge blog¬†with the theme Halloween. Just fit for the 31st celebration.

I used Sarah Hurley’s 31 Spook Street digi¬†scrapbooking kit. I just adore all the elements in this set, so cute to be scary isn’t it? I used Angelica¬†Strange with her little friends. See the pretty little bat in my card? I so love her with her pink ears and ribbon ūüôā

You can head on to Sarah Hurley’s challenge blog for¬†more¬†fun,¬†and inspirational Halloween¬†projects.

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I’m entering this card to Fairy tale Challenge # 77, to incorporate pumpkin, mushroom and bat in your creation.

I have bats and a pumpkin ūüôā

Also sending this to Through The Craft Room Door, TTCRD October 1-7 challenge, Anything Goes.