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Oh the Horror! S&S December Challenge

Greetings! Today I am bring you a card I made for Smeared and Smudged.  One of the many mini groups in S&S is “Oh the Horror!” It’s about… you guessed it, all things horror. So Terra (our fearless leader), gave us a movie poster to draw inspiration from. Here it is…

I love the colors in this poster (although, overall,, I think the art is pretty rad!). So, the colors are what I used for my card.

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Please click on the photos to see them bigger! I used my Spirit of Winter stamp from Stamp Oasis. Isn’t she lovely and mysterious? I used a whole mess of things to color this card in. Watercolor markers, Twinkle H2O’s, chalk, colored pencils. I love mixed media!

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A close up of the Spirit.

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Do you see the shimmer from the Twinkle H20’s? I am really happy with this card. I abso love the colors. I have sent this card out to Julie. Hopefully she got it already! ;}

That’s it for today… sorry about the short post. I have much to do for Nix’s B-Day tomorrow and the kids’ bash on Sat. Plus, we are headed off to the library now! Until next time!!!

Comments

Tonya Klar said…
How very, very lovely and COOL!!! Your card looks really interesting! You did a crazy cool job on this! Vincent Price! Saw his name on the movie poster and all I can think of now are Edgar Allen Poe movies... FUN!
Beth said…
Freaking awesome - you amaze me! AWEsome job!!! xx
Laura B said…
Really, really cool!:)

-Laura
Randi said…
Alison, this is so stunning! I love that image!! So beautifully colored! Love the Twinks!!

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