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Day 28 of 31: Happy Halloween with WW

Greetings! It's Day 28 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. It's also Wednesday, so I have a new Wicked Wednesday challenge for you. This week, we are sponsored by Oddball Art, and the theme is really simple....it's "Happy Halloween!"

I used Tiffany the Terrible Img 79. I cropped her quite a bit. I used the Indirect Coloring technique from Tombow to color her up. Around her, I sprinkled some beautiful, metallic, Rose Gold embossing powder from Stampendous, along with some Lilac Glass Glitter from the Purple Encrusted Jewel Kit.

For my background, I cut a piece of eggplant colored cardstock, Then I used the Spider Web stencil with Copper Embossing Paste. After it dried, I stapled the image to the background. And that's it! Please visit the Wicked Wednesday Blog to see what everyone else created today. And of course, the Wicked Bloggers hat are all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by, Have a boo-tiful day!

Comments

Carol said…
Fun piece - love the colouring and background xx
DonnaMundinger said…
She's precious! LOVE how you've cropped her and the gorgeous copper web. xxD
Sari / Granne said…
Love your coloring, blue hat looks awesome! Great ATC.
Unknown said…
Lovely ATC today! Love that lilac glass glitter.
valscraftings said…
Love the image, colouring and texture background!
Tina Chianna said…
Loving the background and the added texture is fantastic
Mary Holshouser said…
She is so pretty.
Love the coloring.
thanks for sharing.
Susan Renshaw said…
Fabulous ATC...love the image and how you have stapled it to the background! Just great!
Laura S Reading said…
Great use of a nontraditional color.
She doesn't look too terrible.
I love this. Beautiful act and I adore her cute face. wonderful background..awesome make.
She's adorbs, I just love her blue witchie hat!

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