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Day 22 of 31: Creepy Carnival with Rick St. Dennis

Helloooooo Halloween fanatics! Welcome to the 22nd day of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Today I am posting my project here and on the Airless Chambers blog for Rick St. Dennis. Behold! The most popular attraction of the Creepy Carnival!

I decided to work with the Scary Go Round (great name, right?!) I colored it up with my alcohol markers. 


It took me a while to get all of the details right, but I am so happy with the results. Now tell me, would you go on this ride? I would!


I didn't want to do too much, so that it wouldn't overtake the image. A Martha Stewart Punch, fun Halloween paper, a tag I made...and this 6x6 Mini Page was done. Hope you like it! Remember to visit all of the Wicked Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

Lyneen said…
Oh MY GOSH.... I love this carousel!!!! Then I was always a sucker for them since I was a little girl. LOVE your colors.... really AWESOME!!
Laura S Reading said…
I spent a couple summers running the rides in my wild youth. None were quite as exciting as this.

Have you seen the Haunted Carnival event at Artfully Musing?
http://artfullymusing.blogspot.com/

ldfdesign said…
Great coloring! Love all those poppy colors you used.
DonnaMundinger said…
LOVE the bright colors. Wouldn't that be a magical ride? FAbulous! xxD
Emily Thubbron said…
You rocked this carousel. I have been eyeing up this image in the store, but not too sure about it..now after seeing how beautifully you created it, yeah, I'm getting it. I love this page.
Barbara Rankin said…
Creepy carnival is right, I love it.
Wow your blog is interesting, I think I may wander around a bit if it's o.k. with you. Love the image and love what you have done with it.
Wendy said…
This is terrific Alison. Love that creepy go round stamp and your coloring was perfect. Great mini page!
CarlaKH said…
I love that image and your coloring is just gorgeous!
Steph said…
Wow, love this scary go round and how you've colored it. Fab page!
Oooo wicked cool! Love that spooky RSD carrousel!
maureenjscott said…
Love this card, saw it on Airless Chambers already and loved it! Great seeing the close ups! mo x
Matney said…
I was sooo hoping someone would do Rick's Carnival! Gorgeous coloring, fab papers, and what a rockin' card!

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