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Sassy Witch: Day 10 of 31 Days of Halloween

I know yesterday I said I was going to do something creepy for today…but that will have to wait. Instead, I have a sassy little witch for you. You don’t come by this type of witch too often in the stamp world (sadly)…usually they look so old and haggard. We don’t all look like that do we? ;)

Like I said, she’s sassy. She’s actually from Sassy Studio Designs.  I won’t even tell you how long I’ve had her colored for, because it’s embarrassing. I will say this…she’s pretty darn happy to finally have made it on to a card!

I know there is a lot of glare on these pics…sorry about that, but I wanted you to see all of the metallic elements in the card. The web is a mirror paper (gor-juss!), there’s Olive Vine Glimmer Mist on the purple, and the copper oval is a textured metallic paper too. Super shiny stuff everywhere!

Crummy picture, I know…but you can really se the shine here! Ok, I’m off to contemplate all things creepy, and things other than cards. Mommy needs some more decorations! ;) Be sure to check out the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, they’re all listed on my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have an spook-tacular day!

Comments

ike said…
Oh, she's so beautiful - Yes it's nice to see a sexy young witch:-) Love that metallic web :-D
Kristina said…
Oh wow this is really pretty, Love your Sassy witch, she is sexy alright! Love the green behind the spiderweb boarder.
Peace,
KristyLee
Sugar said…
amazing! love the colors and the spiderwebs!
monique said…
pretty card love the green, nice image
Jane said…
Love the image and the colours awesome work
Luv Jane xxx
Ooh "sassy" is right Alison, and don't worry about what you think you "should" be creating, I love seeing whatever you come up with :D
Sharon Sahl said…
Alison, thanks for trying to show the shine - I'm sure it's awesome!
Lots of pretty elements here your sexy lil witch, the striking colors and the web all nicely put together.
Hi Alison. This is fab. The shiny elements used really go with the fab image. Matt would be too common place
DonnaMundinger said…
She's just gorgeous, hon and I love the shine. Perfect for that sassy lady. xxD
Steph said…
So pretty and sexy in that green dress! All that shine is awesome, love that copper paper!
Susan said…
Alison I am sooo smitten with you and your coloring! She is beautiful and the card is plenty lovely also. I am a green freak so I totally love this!!
Susan
She really is beautiful Alison!!! Your awesome coloring skills really do her up!! I love all the shiny and sparkly goodies that you added! A wonderful creation!!!!!
Laura B said…
I like all the shiny stuff!:) Very pretty!
Scrap Vamp said…
Fabulous card! LOVE the witch and the cobwebs with the green showing through!
jennifer said…
wonderful piece love the spider webs
ldfdesign said…
sassy and sexy! perfection! love all the shine and the green and black spider web boader!
bonniebluedenim said…
She IS sassy! Love her and her attitude ! Cool!
Oh she's sassy all right! Love the spiders web.

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