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You Creep Me Out…Day 7 of 31 Days of Halloween

Gasp! I am sharing only one project with you today! I know! It’s crazy! But don’t worry (snicker) I’ll be doubling up again soon, I assure you. ;) Fridays have been named Smeared Ink Days, for the 31 Days of Halloween. We have been challenged to use only Smeared Ink stamps on our Friday creations. This isn’t mandatory, but since I have a new set to play with, I just couldn’t resist! My kids and I have been wanting the Creepy Lil Grumpies set for quite some time now, and it finally arrived the other day. The kids are itching to color up the sets I stamped out for them, but I got a chance to color a bit, and this is what I came up with.

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Before I get into the care, I just have to say “Finally!” My purples look purple! I wonder if this means I need to steal my sis’ Nikon every time I use purple on a project?!

Anywho…this little Grumpie doesn’t like you. In fact…you creep him out. I don’t know what you did to make him feel this way, but I think you need to figure out how to make him feel better, quick!

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Look at him! He’s so scared! Poor guy. I hope he cleaned out that pumpkin really good before he jumped into it. Pumpkin guts…ewwww!

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So of course my Grumpie and sentiment are both from Smeared Ink. I used my Tattered Angels Glimmer Screen in the background to give it some pizazz, and a really cool EK Success border punch. I kept it pretty simple here. Probably because I am battling a nasty cold and haven’t been sleeping well (thanks to my children)…so my brain is on the fritz right now.

That’s all for now. Remember, the rest of the Wicked Bloggers are listed in my side bar.  Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a spook-tacualr day!!!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
ADORABLE, and the sentiment (and your post) cracked me up. Except the part about you being sick. Feel better fast, girly! xxD
Sharon Sahl said…
Such a brightly colored little gumpie - don't know why he doesn't like me 'cept I'm here to make that pumpkin into a pie (evil giggles)! So nice that your children enjoy your stamping too.
Laura B said…
Love your card! Feel better quick! Hugs to you, sweet lady.
Kristina said…
So cute, grumpy in a pumpkin! I love it, your card rocks!
Peace,
KristyLee
Jane said…
Love the Grumpie in a pumpkin he looks fantastic
Luv Jane xxx
monique said…
great grumpie card, so cute
Oh Alison... I really hope that you get to feeling better soon!! I love this little Grumpie... I will eventually own ALL of the Grumpies as I am in love with their cuteness, I know they are supposed to look mean and but... really? LOL! Your card is awesome!! And I love your background that you made!!! The purple is perfect! (I think you should *ehem* keep your sister's camera with you!!!)
Sugar said…
I love the cute grumpy! and yep.. great pic!
Alex said…
he is fabulous! Great job with the masks for the background too.
DK Spins said…
Your little grumpie card is adorable! Glad your purples are purple, now. Hope you feel better soon!
MaRyKaY said…
lol yepper he definately looks creeped out. love your coloring
Susan said…
I am loving this grumpie in a pumpkin, OMG I gotta get him :)
terrific card!
Susan
Steph said…
Love the bright colors on the grumpie and his pumpkin and that purple background is fabulous!
jennifer said…
great card and I love that image, too cute.
This is fantastic, lol, I truly love it! :D
ike said…
Awesome colouring on that Grumpie pumpkin - it's fabulous :-)
Hugz
Ike xxx
Scrap Vamp said…
So cute! Love the masking and the border! The pumpkin is adorable and perfectly colored!
ldfdesign said…
how cool, we used the same image on the same day! great minds think alike! yours looks WAY better then mine! your background and coloring really make the image pop! great job!
bonniebluedenim said…
Sewer! What a sweetie! Great card and coloring !
I got to get these Grumpies, they always make laugh! Great card Alison and contrats on your purple showing up as PURPLE!

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