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Day 20 of 31 Days of Halloween

Ok....SO I f'ed up big time... If you were here this morning... you would have seen that I had TWO projects up today. My Strange Skin card and a StampInsanity card. Trouble is...it's NOT Thursday! So...I took the StampInsanity portion of this post down. This is what happens when I get no sleep! So...that post will be up tomorrow, along with something else. Major oops! Sorry Beth! (blushing)

Now for my 31 Days project! I used one of Strange Skin’s Cameos for this card. I love this whole set!!!

Vamp-Cameo-1

Isn’t she awesome! She has such a snarky look on her face!

Vamp-Cameo-2

It’s tough to see,, but I used some pale shades to color in the vamp and the backgrounds. You can click on any of my photos to see them bigger. I’m really happy with the candle holders. My husband suggested I color them to look like they had a patina finish, and I think they turned out great!

Vamp-Cameo-3

As you can see from this photo, I stamped some batty bats on to my deep red cardstock. Plus, I used Candy Apple Red Glimmer Mist along with my Martha Stewart splatter stencil. The K. & Co. paper on top is just divine with the colors I used in the cameo.

Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Blogger…posted on my sidebar. Don’t forget about the Groovy Gurlz! And, if you have time…pop by the StampInsanity shop and Strange Skin as well! And don’t forget…today we will have our hidden image from the Wild Flower Kids! Sorry about any confusion there may have been yesterday. Have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

Sugar said…
oooh those are both awesome cards! I love strange skin!!
ldfdesign said…
love both!!! great cards!!! the cancer girl is mavolous! and the strange skin is fabolous!!!
Lynette said…
Great card and I love the Patina on the candlesticks, great detail. Your "pink" card is awesome in those strong colors.
DonnaMundinger said…
Wow, great colors and I love her attitude. Your coloring is gorgeous and the Cure card is fab too! xxD
Danielle said…
WOW! So much to see today! Your cards are awesome! Love the way the candles came out!
Stitchinwitch said…
love the colouring and detail on your card. She really does have an evil smirk
Jane said…
I love this how come I missed this one I thought I had all the cameos lol great colouring
Luv Jane xxx
Alex said…
WOW- love how you colored her. This is just fabulous!! I love the cameos, what a great idea for images.
I made a comment and it disappeared.
Start again .... I said something like how outta this world this image was with this colouring and I can't remember what else - sorry
Helen xx
Kelli said…
Totally awesome!!! I freakin love what you have done DUDE!!!!
Javablustamper said…
Ahhhhhh!! Your creations are AWESOME, as always!! I don't leave you near enough love girl!! I NEED to visit MORE!!! You ROCK!!




ENJOY LIFE!
Jacquie/Javablustamper!
Steph said…
Wonderful card, I love all you attention to the little details. and yes your candle holders turned out fab!
SuzieQ said…
Love it! The candles are awesome!
kristie said…
ohh I love those digis!!!
and she is so cute!!
KC said…
great card! I love all the blood! the coloring job is just amazing!

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