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Day 18 of 31: Trick or Treators

Hellooooo! Welcome to Day 18 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween! Today I have a card using a fantastic image from Aurora Wings. One that I started last year...

I used Trick or Treat Boys for this card. Some time ago, I believe on the Kit and Clowder FB Page, there was a contest to color any image with crayons. I made it to the party kind of late, and I never got a chance to finish what I had started. I liked where it was going though, so I wanted to use it now.

I got my sentiment from the Spooky House set from Stampendous. I had printed the image pretty big, since I knew I wasn't going to be able to get great detail with the crayons. So I decided to keep the rest of the card pretty simple.

I did get to use my favorite punch of all time though, the Drippy Goo from Martha Stewart. I inked it a bit and heat embossed clear powder all over it for some texture and shine. It's not too easy to color with crayons the way I like to color, but it sure was a fun challenge! Don't forget to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a boo-tiful day! 

Comments

Squiddy said…
Yum. I'm knocking on their door!
Carol said…
Fab crayon colouring on your card - love the punch too -great card x
Sarah said…
Aw they are so cute, even the little doggie! Hope I get some cute trick-or-treaters this year.
Unknown said…
A brain cupcake swoon
So fun. Love all of the colors.
Unknown said…
I think your coloring is pretty great! Fab image.
My Side of Oz said…
That coloring is super xx
Sari / Granne said…
Great image & coloring and loving the dripping border...
Lyneen said…
OH HOW CUTE.... Love the Trick or Treat BOys... great coloring. Fun card, love the border on the top of the card!! Thanks for Sharing!
Susan Renshaw said…
Oh - I had forgotten the drippy goo die - I put it on my wishlist last year!! Great make - love the image and colouring! See you tomorrow!
Mary Holshouser said…
the coloring is great.
Love the kids and their outfits.
thanks for sharing.
valscraftings said…
Great card, love the little one in their costumes and love the little doggie!
DonnaMundinger said…
Great work with the crayons. Love those Little Trick or Treaters from Aurora Wings and the drippy goo looks fab with the heat embossing. xxD
Wicked cool lil tricksters you have there, the ghost doggie is the best LOL!
Laura said…
Love the slimy goo. Using crayons still relaxes me, but I agree it is tough to do fine details. Nice use of layers.
This is darling. I must go by her store. I have not been there lately. your art is beautiful. always a delight to stop by.

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