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Eye See You: Day 26 of 31 Days

We are SO close to the end of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. I have so many more projects that I want to make, and very few days left to make/showcase them. Well, with all of the chaos of the month, I didn't post my latest card for the Dilly Beans challenge. Thankfully, my project has been doe for a while, so it is on the Dilly Beans Blog. The newest challenge is to make a round card or use lots of circles. I went with the latter.

I always use this fantastic eyeball for the 31 Days. It's too cool to leave out. It's from Inkadinkado, and it's one of my favorite stamps. I paired it up with one of Megan's fantastic Big Eye Girls, and I colored her with my Spectrum Noir markers.

I love coloring these Big Eye Girls. Playing with colors and shadows is so fun with them.

I used a sentiment also from Inkadinkado, and irRESISTables spray from Imagine Crafts. It's glossy and has a great texture to it. Love that stuff! I hope you'll play along with Dilly Beans for this challenge. Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my sidebar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a spooktacular day!

Comments

Laura S Reading said…
I do love that eyeball.
Scary with a hint of cute.
Fun. Love the eyeball background.
DonnaMundinger said…
EEEK! That eyeball is fabulous! Looks great as a background and totally goes with the Dilly Beans stamp. Too cute! xxD
TangledBlueRose said…
I agree that eyeball is awesome! Love your coloring and love the image she is so cool! Fun and perfect colors!~kim
My Side of Oz said…
What an awesome stamp!! Love it! And you colored that lovely image so nicely your shadowing is superb!! Great looking sentiment!!
Steph said…
Ack, what a cool eye ball! Love how you've colored that big eye girl.
Spooktacular use of colour and imagery! Love it!
Susan Renshaw said…
Great stamp - that fantastic eyeball...love the Big Eye girl too!!
Unknown said…
Wonderful card--love that eyeball stamp and your Dilly Beans girl is simply beautiful.
Julia said…
Gorgeous card! Great coloring and those eyes in the background are creepy.
Unknown said…
Wow that background is soooo fab love the eyes
Christine Kiehl said…
EYE see YOU!!! What a page of peepers! That is quite the size too for an eyeball stamp! Love her sickly green skin!

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