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Day 5 of 31: Tiddly Inks

Hello! It's Day 5 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Have you been enjoying what the awesome Wicked Bloggers have been concocting so far? I know I have! I wish I had more time to hop, but I am trying to visit as many of you as I can. Today I made a 6x6 mini-page featuring Batty from Tiddly Inks.

For my layout, I used Deconstructed Sketch #121. I haven't played along there forever, and I always like Jen's sketches. Also, the latest Tiddly Inks challenge is Anything Goes, so I will be participating there as well.

I colored Batty with my Spectrum Noir markers. I am going to enter this into their monthly challenge as well, which is to use the color orange. The stars were made with a Heidi Swapp plastic stencil.

So there you have it. I am hoping that I will have time to make some 3D pieces like Mo or Lisa this month. Fingers crossed! Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers. They are all posted in my sidebar. There are prizes to be won every day! Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
FAb sketch and EEEKKK!!!, LOVE her red hair! xxD
Matney said…
What great hair she has! Great layers, sweet image, and love the drip punch on that dp. Nice embellies and washi. Great card!
Sharon Sahl said…
That's a really cute stamp - I love how you've colored her and your use of the layout is super!!
Lyneen said…
LOVE ALL THE COLORS... Cute stamp "Mo or Lisa" great play on the name!!!!
trisha too said…
Great combination of cute and creepy!

:)trisha
DogsMom said…
Very good use of the color orange
Carla said…
that is one of my all-time fave images..great job on it!
Super wicked cute, wonderful image and nicely coloured! Love it!
maureenjscott said…
Fabulous card! I love that image! And the dripping border is awesome!! "Croms' Candy....Woo Hoo" Mo xxx
ldfdesign said…
Love how your coloring is matching your papers! Wonderful job!
Wendy said…
Great page Alison. Love that stamp and how you colored it. Great background and design papers.
Kelli said…
She is awesome!!! Love the sketch!
KC said…
I think this is one of my favorite tiddly images! her hair looks awesome! and I love all the background papers!
Emily Thubbron said…
Fab page. I love your coloring.
Steph said…
Wonderful page! I will have to check out those sketches. Love the orange hair and her green skin and that drippy goo punch I've been drooling over for years. :)
Love the fun coloring you have done, she is so great and the DP's brought it all together! Thank you for sharing with us at Tiddly Inks for our "Anything Goes" challenge :)

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