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Day 25 of 31: Dilly Beans Halloween Week 4

Greetings and holy cow! Blogger seriously doesn't like me today! I actually had my post pre-posted on Thursday...I was totally ahead of the game! But the gosh darn thing never saved! I am so sorry for posting this late everyone. I was out all day so I never noticed. Thank you for letting me know, Wendy!!!

Ok, so it's Friday, so I have a new Dilly Beans project for you. The theme again this week is Halloween...so no excuses for not playing along! ;)

Isn't she a cutie? I love her green skin. I colored her with Spectrum Noirs. Her top is washi tape.

The green border is actually the negative space from a Martha Stewart punch. I love her punches. I really do.


My sentiment is from Tiddly Inks. And how FABULOUS is the paper I found to match her eye?! Totally unplanned! It's from DCWV. Ok....since I am already late, and totally frustrated, I am off! Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed in my sidebar. Have a creeptastic day!


Comments

Carla said…
I love that image and the way you colored her is gorgeous!
Steph said…
Beautiful colors and I love how you've used the punch, cool idea!
DogsMom said…
We missed you! I knew you had not gone far. Yes, she is delightful.
Amazing how well the background paper compliments her.

I love you using the "negative space" of the punch.
DonnaMundinger said…
Yeah Sweetie, we missed you. this is so stinking cute and I love how you used the punch. xxD
Emily Thubbron said…
Such a great card. Love your coloring. Sorry you had an issue with blogger..sometimes it sucks.
Wendy said…
Great card Alison! Love how you colored the Dilly Bean stamp. Love your color scheme and layout!
maureenjscott said…
Fabulous Dilly Beans card! love the green skin!!! mo x
Lyneen said…
Oh my gosh this it soooo cute. Love all the little details you added to your card!!!!
ldfdesign said…
Love those dilly bean images, they are so flippin' cute! Love the way you colored this. Great layout for the card. Sucks about blogger. Great project though!
Matney said…
She is awesome! Love the color choice and the coloring on her. Wonderful job. Great papers and go so well w/ her. Perfect saying.

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