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Anya Glam Vamp and The Countess

I have two vampire projects today! One of my favorite subjects. The first is for a special Rick St. Dennis post on the Airless Chambers Blog.   The second  is for this month's Smeared and Smudged Freaky Freebie Challenge.

Say hello to The Countess. As soon as I got her, I knew I wanted to pair her with the fantastic Spider Web stencil from Dreamweaver Stencils. I used their fantastic silver embossing paste to get the image on to my black cardstock.

I colored The Countess with my Spectrum Noir markers.

I hope you can see the dimension of the silver web. In person, it's really shiny! Now on to my S&S tag.

This is Anya from the Glam Vamps collection. It has been one of my favorite sets of Smeared Ink's since I was on the Smeared & Smudged DT. So when I saw that Anya was this month's challenge, I needed to play.

Again, I used my Spectrum Noirs to color in the image. Then I dripped on some Candy Apple Glimmer Mist on to the tag.

Last, I added the "Suck It" with a Just Rite Alpha stamper and the cool red yarn for a tassel. Quick and simple, but I like it. I hope you have enjoyed my offerings for today. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


Pam Hornschu said…
Love how you used the spider web!!!! Very creepy-cool!
Monique's art said…
Love the count and the spiderweb. Gorgeous card
I just love the Countess' eyes! The red in her hair, the rose and the brads ties everything together. Cool card!
Unknown said…
I love your project with the Countess, Alison. The other one's not too shabby either.

Fantastic work the the spiderweb too.
Kim said…
I love your Vampire projects. Great coloring on both, I love that spiderweb on the first one and the suck it sentiment on the second. So cool!
~Lady B~ said…
Fangtastic projects, Sistah! Your colouring on the Countess rocks and I'm loving the webbed stencil. I imagine the silver paint looks immense in real life! You know I have a soft spot in my heart for Anya :) Awesome tag you've created! It displays her so well :)

Hugs, my talented friend!

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