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Day 20 of 31 Days: Rick St. Dennis Witch

Greetings! It's Day 20 f the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Today I am sharing a project with you that I won during last year's 31 Days. It's from Rick St. Dennis, who recently started a challenge blog. I am entering this card into his 2nd challenge which is Sweet or Spooky Halloween. I guess I went with a bit more sweet than spooky this time around.

I love this sassy witch's outfit. And her crooked broom is wonderful. I colored her with watercolor markers and Copics. The blue background is done with watercolors. 

She was a lot of fun to color. But I feel bad for her frightened-looking kitty! I used a doily that I cut up and sprayed with Black Gold Glimmer Mist. I thought it added a pretty element and some nice texture. 

I used some black Stickles too, and my sentiment is from Inkadinkado. I have a few more images from Rick St. Dennis that I hope to get on to a project before the 31 Days is up...but I am running short on days! Now it's time for you to hop along to the rest of the Wicked Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fang-tastic day!


Pam Schmidt said…
The vibrant colors in this project is fantastic. The image is also a wonderful one. Thank you for sharing.
Kristina said…
Totally awesome, I truly love your coloring on this and the black dots, and your blue water color BG, and the doily. Cool looking happy Halloween stamp too!
I too am concerned for the kitty! Maybe he was momentarily surprised by her awesomeness! She is colored so vividly and masterfully!
Ally White Cat said…
adorable loves ricks image and you colored it beautifully.
susan s.
Sharon Sahl said…
Amazing job of coloring this funny little witch! I think the cat will be OK! I do love that you left the blood spatters from the original sheet on your image!!
Celeste said…
Great image, love the colors you used too! That doily looks great on your card. Awesome work, thanks for sharing.
Rick St. Dennis said…
Kitty is fine-he was just alarmed at being held us by his handle for a flash photo-I myself would never hold a cat that way but I am not a BRATTY LITTLE WITCH-thanks for making my image look so great
Hazel (Didos) said…
Ah I love Bratty Little Witch and you have coloured her up wonderfully, What a super card. Thanks for playing on Sparkle and Glitter with Rick this Fortnight.

~Lady B~ said…
Adorable card! I can see Rhi dressed like that! I love the vibrant colors you've used in your awesome card!
Jane said…
A awesome card fantastic colours poor kitty being held by his tail
Hugs xxx
That's a crazy cute image. Love how she's holding the cat by the tail. It's also a lot of coloring. Very cute card.
Wonderfully coloured witch, fabulous card!
Windy Doc said…
Love the colors!! Poor kitty >.<
DonnaMundinger said…
LOVE how you've colored her! Fabulous card and the added doily is brilliant. xxD
Julia said…
This is just awesome!
Great image and colors.
Carla said…
what a wonderfully colored witchy!
Steph said…
Beautifully colored, love how you cut that doile too!
You coloured her very pretty in all those lovely charming colors! Must say i agree with you about the cat...maybe she is havin the cat for dinner or something? ;)
silvia said…
Cute card!! LOVE the image!!
silvia said…
Cute card!! LOVE the image!!
Dieverdog said…
Oh, this is very cute! She does look like she would be loads of fun to color! I bet her cat is one of the rare cats who likes be held by his tail (I had a cat like that once - he loved to be lifted up off the floor by his tail!Not all the way off the floor, but so his back feet lifted off). Great card though, lots of fun to look at!
craftings said…
Wonderful image and colouring love the kitty!
Miranda said…
fabulous card Alison, so cute
thanks for joining the sparkle and glitterchallenge this week
Hi Alison, Love your card. Your witch is looking unperturbed by kitty's discomfort isn't she. Fabulous colouring as I have come to expect from you. Thank you for sharing this with us at Sparkle and Glitter with RSD
Pauline said…
Wonderful colour! Thanks for sharing at Sparkle and Glitter with Rick!

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