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Day 15 of 31- Just Some Lines with DICC

Hey there! It's is the 15th of the month, (Yikes! How can that be already?!) so if you are a regular follower of my blog, you will know that this is one of 2 days in the month that the Desert Islands Crafters Challenge posts our challenges. For these challenges, we give you a 10 item itinerary. To play along, you need to use at least 3 items on the given itinerary on your project. Here's the itinerary for this round...and we are sponsored by Just Some Lines. Here's the itinerary.
1. Witches/Broomsticks
2. Black Cats
3. Cauldrons
4. Use Stripes
5. Sentiment on Front
6. Lots of black
7. Glitter and Sparkle
8. At least 2 ribbons
9. Use Kraft Cardstock/Paper
10. Die Cuts or Punches

I used #'s 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, and 10. Isn't this a cute image? I've gotta say, it's cuter than I typically use, but I like it! 

I used my Spectrum Noir markers to color this image. My sentiment is from Cosmo Cricket.

I kept this pretty clean and simple, and just used some scraps to finish the piece off. Oh, and some fabby Orange Peel Stickles. I love the little flashes of green that this color has. So that's about it for today! Please visit the DICC Blog to see what the rest of the team has come up with. And of course, there's the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my sidebar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a skulla-riffic day! ;)


***Maureen, yes, I use the Cut-N-Dry nibs like a pen. I swirl the ink colors on to the nib and then apply it to the paper. A simple rinse of water cleans them off. Love those little nibs!

Comments

Anonymous said…
haha, what a cute image - like it so much as well as the vivid colors - lovely card!
hugs serafeena
DonnaMundinger said…
Adorable image and sweet little layout. xxD
Rick St. Dennis said…
That wash day image is SOOOOOOO cute wish I had thought of it!!!
ldfdesign said…
That image is so cute! Love your coloring (as always). Great job!
Emily Thubbron said…
Very cool image. Love the clothes. Great card.
Sara said…
Your card is fabulous! I wish I had more time to visit more often! I do stalk, though! LOL! I hope you are doing well! Love this image! Miss You... Hugs!!!
xfilekc said…
What a fun image, that poor cat and bat out there dripping.

Love the colors and the stickles are pretty.
DogsMom said…
No one can help but chuckle at your card. Great choice of images.
Brilliant card, I like the image and the papers.
Kevin xx
craftings said…
Love the card, washing on the line and the cat!!
Wendy said…
Super cute card Alison. That Just Some Lines clothes line stamp is crazy cute.
LOL, I adore this card! Wonderful image, that bedraggled kitty is sooooo cute!
Carla said…
hehe what a great image...love the clothesline!
~Lady B~ said…
Too cute! Love it!
Steph said…
Fun card, love the image. The cat actually looks fuzzy, lol love it!
Lyneen said…
WOW! this is really really cute... I love the witches laundry!!!!! TOOO MUCH FUN!
maureenjscott said…
What a beautiful card! I love the colours and that's a fab image! Will hae to check out the DICC challenge - looks very interesting! mo x
Matney said…
That image says it all! Love the bat and cat got a quick wash as well. Wonderful card!

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