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Flowers and Day of the Dead: Day 13 of the 31 Days of Halloween

I enjoyed Saturday's post so much, that I decided to go with another Day of the Dead project. This time, my feature image is from Dilly Beans. And, since I am double posting with Dreamweaver Stencils today, I used their gorgeous Corner Flowers stencil as another focal point.

I colored this beautiful image from Dilly Beans first, with my watercolor markers.


Then, I started to play with my stencil! I used Radiant Neon inks (frm Imagine Crafts), and sponge daubers to apply them.

Then, I embossed the flowers with a clear powder. I love the texture and shine the flowers have now.

I used 2 different ribbons from Maya Road (see the puffy blue trim at the top?), and they finished this card off. My post for Dreamweaver today is verrrry different from this one. I hope you like it! Please be sure to check out the rest of the 31 Days of Halloween Wicked Bloggers. They are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

TangledBlueRose said…
Love your Day of the Dead girl! Awesome colors! The flowers, embossed are stunning! Great ribbon. Both your projects today are wonderful!~kim
DogsMom said…
Such beautiful colors. I love how it all sparkles and shines.
Again, perfect choice of hair color.
DonnaMundinger said…
WOW! that corner stencil is just perfect with the image. SOOO beautiful, Alison! xxD
Gorgeous coloring of that Dilly Beans image and the stenciling is fantastic too! Lovely card.
NanB said…
I love this DOD image and your coloring is soooo gorgeous! The stamped flowers are lovely!
NanB said…
I love this DOD image and your coloring is soooo gorgeous! The stamped flowers are lovely!
Rebecca pettit said…
Holy moly look at all that color and shine from the embossing powder phenomenal
maureenjscott said…
Cute card! love the DB image and that stenciled corner is awesome! love the colours, mo x
Julia said…
Love the Day of the Dead girl! Gorgeous coloring of that Dilly Beans image. That stencil is beautiful.
Julia said…
Love the Day of the Dead girl!Gorgeous coloring of that Dilly Bean image and that stencil is awesome.
Oooo what a fabulous DOTD card, that ghoul is to die for, love her!
Christine Kiehl said…
What a nice card you crafted to share with us! Not sure or not, but the hair is a good title for a great ard
(AJ) ArtJypsy said…
Beautiful. Love how you colored her and the shimmery flowers.
Susan Renshaw said…
Beautiful colouring and gorgeous stencilling!
Sarah Nancarrow said…
She's gorgeous!!! I have a new found love of day of the dead skulls, and this would have to be my favourite. Beautiful colours and spectacular colouring :)
Steph said…
Absolutely gorgeous! She's colored so beautifully and that corner stencil is just amazing!

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