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Pucker Up: It’s Halloween!!!

It’s here! It’s here! My favorite day of the year! I can’t believe that the month is over! I am so not ready to stop making Halloweenie projects! Luckily, I don’t have to! But I do hope that many of you will keep checking back with me to see some of the things that I come up with! I had so many things that I still wanted to make for the month…And I really wanted to end it with a bang today. Unfortunately, unforeseen things happened (as they always do), and time slipped away. But again, no one’s sayin’ I can’t make them in December! ;}

So for my 31st offering of the 31 Days of Halloween (sniff!), I bring you a card featuring an image from Strange Skin, and a sentiment from Smeared Ink…who just happen to be 2 of the 3 (yup, 3!) sponsors we have today! The third is Wild Flower Kids.

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It’s a pretty simple card, but that fang-tastic Strange Skin image makes it awesome!

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I think he turned out rad! He looks so snarky! I thought that the “Pucker up” sentiment was perfect for him! And as you can see, I sprayed bloody drips all over the card using Candy Apple Red Glimmer Mist and my Martha Stewart cupcake stencils. Have I mentioned that my sister Pam and I are actually going to see the devil herself for a taping of her show??? Wicked right? ;}

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Here you can see the glimmery goodness of the mist. I just love that stuff! I pop dotted my Drac off the card to for some much needed dimension.

Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers…hopefully not for the last time! I have been so inspired by everyone, and I look forward to seeing what else they create! I am so glad that I got to be a part of this. And don’t forget about our final treats…Kelli’s Blog has all of the info.  Have an inspiring and spooky day! Happy Halloween!!!  )O(

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Your bloody background and hilarious sentiment are just PERFECT for this fab image! I love it! Happy Halloween! xxD
Lynette said…
OoOOh, I love "Snarky". LOL

Great Card, and thanks for everything you've shared.

Happy Halloween!!!
What a way to end this hop with this fab card. Pucker up ... hehe ...love it. Blood drips really do look good and real.
Happy Halloween
Helen xx
Danielle said…
FABULOUS! I {heart} strange skin!
Have a happy and safe Halloween sister! )O(
Alex said…
Fabulous card! Love the drac from Strange Skin, and the blood drips are perfection.
Stitchinwitch said…
perfect sentiment for Drac and great blood splats
Jane said…
Happy Halloween
A awesome card one of my favourite images
Luv Jane xxxx
ldfdesign said…
love the card!! the image is prefect! i have enjoyed all the wonderful projects that you have done this month! marolous job!!!!
AnItA mArIe said…
wow girl that looks totally wicked,love the blood background and your colouring rocks..... HAPPY HALLOWEEN....Hugz Anita
KC said…
great card! I love the blood! its been great visiting all month!
Happy Halloween
~Kapree
Steph said…
Ack that blood looks real, it's perfect for that image and pucker up...hehe yikes! Awesome art all month long, Happy Halloween!
Shelley said…
Love it, the blood is great. Love the image too! 31 days has been so much fun!

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