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Day 26 of 31 Days: Halloween Challenge at Dilly Beans

Greetings and salutations! It's Friday, so I have a new Dilly Beans Challenge to share with you. This week, the theme is Halloween. How simple is that?! And Megan has a ton of amazing digis that fit this theme, so you can head over to her shop, snag a few, and make something fab for the challenge.

I used Teeghan Happy Halloween Framed. Have I mentioned how much I love Dilly Beans' framed images?

I used watercolor markers and Copics to color her. I gave her a pale blueish face...I wanted to do something different! I like the color for Teeghan a lot.

Kind of a cheery Halloween card, huh? I'm cool with that! Now it's time for you to hop off to the rest of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween Wicked Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fang-tastic day!

Comments

Pam Schmidt said…
Gorgeous, vibrant colors. I love that vibrant green behind your image and the image itself is dynamite. Thank you for sharing a part of yourself.
Steph said…
Fun image! Love how you've colored her, the pale blue face is perfect. Bootiful card!
I love that pale blue face as well. It looks creepy but pretty.
Sharon Sahl said…
Nice interpretation of the image - she looks empty of blood! The crack punches in the green are cool! Love it!
Jane said…
Love the colours on your card. Looks fantastic
Hugs xxx
~Lady B~ said…
Super cute! I love the bright, cheerful patterned paper and the awesome green punched frame around the image! Did the ribbon come with silver webbing or did you emboss the web onto the ribbon? Everything looks great!
Kathi said…
So cute! Great image, colored beautifully. My favorite part is that skull. Of course.
monique said…
so cute love the images, the skullie in her hair is awesome
Carla said…
Love Dilly Beans and your colors are fab!
Fang-freaking-tastic! Love everything!
Julia said…
Great card! Love this image!
Hugs,
Julia
DonnaMundinger said…
Gorgeous bright colors and you know I love the hair! xxD
Ally White Cat said…
nice i love it..perfect coloring and i love this image
susan s
Gorgeous, I love the image and the colours and the cobweb ribbon tag is the most fabulous finishing touch
Lindsay xx
Kristina said…
Kewl boarder, I totally love how you did the hair. Awesome job!
Peace,
Kristy

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