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Day 16 of 31 Days: Quick Witch

I wish there were 45 days to October! I have so many ideas for the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween, and 31 days just is not enough! Today I am showing you another quickie card. This one took my about 7 minutes to make. I wanted to go with Kraft cardstock again fr it, because I really would like to have a full set of cards to give/sell.

This stamp is from Inkadinkado. I love this set. It has so much movement, and a bit of the "creep" factor that I love so much.

I first did my patch of green ink, then I stamped the image on top. I think I would like to try using paint for the next card in this series. Especially if I use a large image like this one. I will have more control over where the color goes.

I stamped the image once I dried the green. Then I added a few details like the border and the white with a couple of pens I have. Nice and simple, but cool. And quite frankly, that's all I had time for today! Now it is time for you to keep hopping! The entire list of Wicked Bloggers is in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fang-tastic day!

Comments

neat...the witch is coming! love what you did with her. Jean
silvia said…
Cute witch card!!!
ScrappingBeauty said…
may have been simple to make but I love the effect you got! Well done!I like that u put the green on first and drew a handwritten border.
Pam Schmidt said…
What a gorgeous set of cards this could be. So simple yet elegant. The beige card choice was an excellent one. Thank you for posting your project.
DonnaMundinger said…
Love the kraft and the fabulous stamp. the green behind and great doodling really sets it off. xxD
Ally White Cat said…
witch in flight awesome.wonderful art
susan s.
xfilekc said…
This is one my favourite Halloween stamps - there is so much detail.
I love your card, that's thinking outside of the box.
~Lady B~ said…
I like the clean and simple look. I really like the black image on craft with the white highlights. Beautiful!
monique said…
love the cas look, great job
I do love a hand drawn border! It makes the art very personal. Lovely card!
Clean and simple witchy card! Love the green!
Julia said…
Great card! Love the green over craft!
hugs,
Julia
Sharon Sahl said…
You do the most striking stuff that you call simple. Your hand sketched border, the lovely green color and those white highlights are great!
Steph said…
Very cool! Love that image.
I love anything on cardstock and with this card, what's not to love?
Kristina said…
Very beautiful!
Peace,
Kristy
Jane said…
love your card the stamp is awesome
hugs xxx

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