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Day 3 of 31 Days: Mummy Loves You

Hello Halloween fans! It's Day 3 of the Smeared and Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Today, I have a card  that features an image from Strange Skin, which is my sister Pam's company.


I love the way Pam drew this heart. The wrappings are so intricate and cool. I colored the hear with Pumice Stone, Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Inks.



The drippy letters are from Martha Stewart, and I used a couple of rub-ons that I had laying around. I also used my Mini Punchinella stencil from The Crafter's Workshop.


That's my project! I hope you like it. Now it's time for you to keep hopping! The entire Wicked Blogger hop list is on my sidebar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

Windy Doc said…
That has got to be the cutest card EVER!! So gonna steal your idea :P
I like it! the heart is so cool and the the drippi letters are awesome.
ScrappinCSI said…
What an amazing stamp. I have to check out she offers. THe coloring was beautiful. Thank you for sharing a great idea.
Steph said…
Cute card! I love the aged look you've achieved for your mummy heart. The image is fab, haven't been to SS in a while I'd better go check it out :)
daffy said…
very cute love the aged look of the mummys card
silvia said…
Awesome card!! LOVE it!!! Great "mummy heart"!!
Cool Card Alison! I love it! I must see about getting that heart! LOL! Hugs!
Kristina said…
Hi Alison,
Cool stencil! Love your card! Cool heart!
Peace,
Kristy
Aww! That's so cute! You make me smile!
DonnaMundinger said…
Too cute!!!!! This is giving me a major smile today. xxD
~Lady B~ said…
Truly fabulous, Alison! Your coloring skillz are wickedly amazing! I love that image too :)
Ally White Cat said…
I love your mummy heart...awesome
hugs,
susan s.
Jane said…
Love your card great image
Hugs xxx
monique said…
this is so creepy cool, love the mummy heart
great idea
Love that heart! wicked card
Julia said…
This is a great idea, love the heart, great coloring!
Hugs,
Julia
Sharon Sahl said…
Such a neat card - your coloring is beautiful as is the stamp. Great stenciling on the edges as well. All around wonderful!
Regina said…
Alison...this is cute beyond belief. I might just have to try and make one of these for my son's Halloween party. I make lil mummy candy containers and this card would add so much. Thank you for the inspiration.

Happy Hauntings,
Regi ^_^

I have a tut on my blog about how to make them if any one would like to try their hand.
ScrappingBeauty said…
I love the mummified heart..forever love!
ike said…
SUPERB - I love this a lot :-) Such a pity you didn't enter it over at QTR ... this month we did Mummies :-D xxxxxxxxxx
My collge girl would love this card. It just her type of humor. I had no idea you sis had a stamp company. I'm going to go check it out.
Lady Coral said…
Awww I love my mummy too!!! jaja Love this
Dieverdog said…
I'm getting caught up. This mummy heart is really neat! Great coloring of it! And the lettering is perfect for this.

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