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C is for Cupcake and Creepy: Day 12 of 31 Days

Welcome to Day 12 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween! Today, I have a cupcake to share with you. It's sweet....trust me....Mwahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!

I started off with the Spider Cupcake from A Day for Daisies. I colored it up with my watercolor markers.

Awwww.....he's actually kinda cute! So I remembered, as I was trying to figure out how to complete the card, that I had a great stamp set from Bam POP! That has a cupcake, and the sentiment, "C is for cupcake." I thought it was almost perfect...but not quite Halloweenie enough. Then I remembered the "creepy" stamp that I used the other day. Ahhhhh! Grabbed my "&" symbol, and now the sentiment was perfect!

I just had to use that fab chevron paper again. I'm entering this card in the current A Day for Daisies challenge, which is "All Sugared Up". This was a quick ad easy card. Tomorrow's is a bit more elaborate. Be sure to check in! And also be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fang-tastic day!

Comments

Unknown said…
once again can't go wrong with layers of ripped paper love it
Sarah said…
Fantastic fonts for the title, and such a cute cupcake. I love your colouring and shading - outstanding!
maureenjscott said…
Fabulous Alison! love the stamp and your colouring, and the sentiments stamps are awesome!!! x
TangledBlueRose said…
Love it! Wonderfully cute spider and yummi cupcake! Your coloring is ao awesome!
Love that 'creepy'stamp. Wow just so cool how you pulled it altogether.
~kim
Laura S Reading said…
ALMOST good enough to eat.
I like the ripped paper treatment.
Steph said…
Love your cute yet creepy card!
S is for sweet creepy cool cupcake *U* Love the colors.
Unknown said…
I don't usually think of A Day for Daisies as being creepy--but this is fantastic! Perfect use of the senti and the "creepy" addition.
DonnaMundinger said…
Yes, that sentiment IS perfect! Love the torn corner and the fab bright coloring, too. xxD
C is for creepy and cute and your cupcake card is clever...note all those C's bwahahahahaha!
Susan Renshaw said…
Love the sentiment, love the torn paper and LOVE the creepy cupcake!
Julia said…
Great card, love the cupcake and sentiment!
Matney said…
hahaha, love it when a project comes together! You sound like you are having too much fun. Awesome job on this. Cute spider, love the glitz on the cupcake and fab senti.
My Side of Oz said…
Sentiment makes the card! it describes the 2 c's and depicts them fabulously!!

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