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Too Cute to Spook: Day 4 of 31 Days of Halloween

I have a kind of cute card for today. Don't worry, tomorrow will be creepier. I promise. I used an image from Dilly Beans. Love this little monster!

I colored him with watercolors. Same with my pumpkin punch. And my sentiment is from Tiddly Inks.

My background was done with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. Dreamweaver Stencils is now starting to create embossing folders, but as of right now they only have Christmas folders, so I thought it'd be ok to use this one here.

I'll be dual posting tomorrow, as I'll have another project over at the Dreamweaver Stencils blog. So I'll see ya on the flip side! Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

Matney said…
Ohhh, going to have to find that embossing and get it stat! Love the look of it on the textured paper. Hey he's a creepster and not cute at all...okay a little cute. Beautiful coloring and love his eyes and bat friend.
Sarah Nancarrow said…
What a beautiful background, and that image is just darling :)
maureenjscott said…
I love it!!!! Dilly Beans are some of my favourite halloween images and you've coloured this guy so well! I am jealous of your embossing folder - I have a few bug ones but not this batty one - love it in the purple!!! :) Mo x
craftings said…
Cute....love the images and background embossing!
Such a little sweetie.. lovely image and Halloween colours.
Sue
The Nanny x
NanB said…
Fab coloring and embossing the page made for an awesome look! Love this little creepie!
DonnaMundinger said…
Oh, I just love that little monster, Alison! VEry cute and I've not seen that fab embossing folder. Must SHOP! xxD
Rebecca pettit said…
Ooo the embossing on that paper us so fun. And don't you just love the glitter tape
DogsMom said…
Creepy cute!

I do like that embossed background.
I might pick up a cuddlebug just for that image alone.
Love that Dilly Beans image and the embossing as well! Darn you, now I "need" to have both image and embossing folder! Seriously, I think Dilly Beans images are the perfect cross between creepy and cute.
TangledBlueRose said…
Love your adorable cutie monster, I just wanna hug him! Doesn't bite, right?
The bats are awesome, love the texture!~kim
susan bird said…
This little monster can come trick or treating at our house anytime - so cute.
The colours are my favourites for Halloween - purple, orange and green - background embossing folder is very cool.
Steph said…
Fab card, love that embossing. Great image, I have him on my table waiting to be colored up :)
I love it, gorgeous traditional colours, love the image, love the background, love the senti!
(AJ) ArtJypsy said…
Cute card. love the embossed background.
KC said…
this is one of my fave dilly bean images! awesome card! i love the embossing too!
Susan Renshaw said…
I love that image too! And what a brilliant background - something else for my wish list!!
Julia said…
This guy is spooky cute.Lovely card!
BurningRubber said…
That is an adorable little monster! and a cute card.
Christine Kiehl said…
Love the image and the embossed bat background!

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