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Day 8 of the 12 Days of Creepmas: Creepmas Centerpiece

Hello! It's the 8th day of the Smeared & Smudged 12 Days of Creepmas. It's also my daughter's birthday! I cannot my little girl is 5 today! Today's project features a fang-tastic image from Delicious Doodles. Terri (owner and artist of DD) had a Facebook contest to name the image I used today. And I won! It's called Creepmas Centerpiece.

Isn't it rad? I colred the image with Spectrum Noir markers, and I used watercolor paints for my background.

I love the way Teri draws hands. When I colored in the candle, I knew I had to use my Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch to mimic the dripping wax.

The other punch is from EK Success. Please be sure to visit the rest of the Jolly Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. And now....I leave you a photo of my and my lovely little girl, at a Steampunk Convention we went to last month. Happy Birthday, Rhiannon!

Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Happy birthday Rhi! Wow, time sure flies! such a doll. LOve Teri's fab new image and that's a great name for it. The torn red card stock and drippy goo are perfect touches for this festive card. Love it! xxD
Kim said…
I loooove this card! Fabulous coloring and image (and name!), the drippy goo is terrific. Congrats on the win!
Happy Birthday Rhiannon!
An amazing image, I'm going to have a look at that site, you've had some fantastic images to work with. This is particularly gorgeous, love your colouring. It's so strange to find out that Martha Stewart knows the word goo. Happy Birthday to your beautiful daughter.
Wiola said…
Happy Birthday to your daughter Rhiannon! I hope her day will be awesome and memorable.
Btw. that's a great name you chose for the image - congrats on the win!
Finally, what a fantastic project you've made here! The Drippy Goo punch really works perfect with the candle. :)
Wendy said…
Great card Alison. I just ordered that DD stamp. Now seeing how you colored it, I can't wait to use it.

Love the photo of you and your precious daughter. I hope she has a wonderful birthday!
Hope your daughter had a fabulous b-day!!! Love that card and congrats on winning it!
That image is STUNNING! And your coloring is amazing - great work!
Emily Thubbron said…
Love this card. It's fangtastic. The addition of the borders are great. You and your daughter take a wonderful picture. Happy Belated Birthday to your sweet girl!
maureenjscott said…
Love this image, i remember seeing you'd won the naming of it! Congrats!! Love the card you've made - i've been looking for the Martha Stewart drippy goo punch for a while... but didn't know till now what it was!! thanks for naming it! love your colouring! fab card! mo xxx
Teri said…
Awesome make hun! Love what you did with this image! xxx
Kat Coppleman said…
Beautiful card! Hope your daughter had a great day :)
Glittery Katie said…
That is full on creepy- love it!!

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