Friday, 13 October 2017

Eek-a-Boo


Hi and welcome to my blog.  Today I have a card for the new Fusion Challenge.  Don't you just love that photo?  There's something about black and white stripes and lime that I just love!

I decided to play with only the photo this week and chose to use the sketch from SugarPea Designs for my card.


This adorable little ghost is from Eek-a-Boo and I stamped and colored him very lightly before cutting him out with my Scan n Cut.  His bow-tie and the banner were painted with clear sparkle pen. I used some Limelight cardstock for my popped-up front panel and die-cut a stitched circle from the front.  Behind the circle cut-out, I added some striped patterned paper.

The sentiment is white-embossed onto a black stitched panel and I finished the card with some Glitter Drops.



I don't send Halloween cards but this ghost is just too cute not to use!



Thanks for visiting!  Be sure to check out the gorgeous cards made by the rest of the design team.


Products used:

Stamps:  Eek-a-Boo (SugarPea Designs)
Ink:  Intense Black
Cardstock:  White, Black, X-Press It, Limelight (MFT), Dots & Stripes Neutrals (MFT)
Dies:  Inside/Out Stitched Circles, Blueprints 20, 25 (MFT)
Accessories:  Copics, Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle Pen, White Blizzard Nuvo Gitter Drops, White EP

Cheers
Karren

6 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

That little ghost is adorable and looks mighty fine against the striped background! sweet card!

Cindy H. said...

This is just so adorable! Love it! Usually that green is one of the colors on my desk for creating Halloween cards but I probably never would have come up with the black and white stripes to go with it...but I will now :) Thanks for the inspiration!

Shirley N said...

Great take on those challenges, love your cute card!

Viv said...

Wow Karren this is so very pretty, love your colour combo and the sweet little ghost too ;) hugs Viv xx

Barb Ghig said...

I love how you played with this color combo and your horizontal black and white stripes are fabulous! Really cute card, Karren!

Kim S said...

I LOVE how you were inspired!!