Tues AM sketch:a witchy line up

shocking but we actually saw sunshine briefly yesterday!  Pezzy had a friend over to play since we haven’t been able to meet up in the yards in the evening like we had gotten used to doing.

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tuesAM sketchi am too late to be in the drawing but today’s card uses Melissa’s sketch over at Tuesday Morning sketches.  i thought it was a pretty neat one and the samples were wonderful!

here is my take on it – turns out i needed 2 more halloween cards so i made one as my sample:

 

 

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i just love this polka dot paper and wanted to focus on it for my card.  i cut the triangles on my cricut so they could have rounded corners AND all be exactly the same with an exactly matching mat.  i actually colored this image when i got it way back in july.  i was going to enter it in a whipper snapper challenge but never did.  i found it when i cleaned up saturday morning!

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i was going to embellish it but then decided to just use these 3 little skittle spiders and keep things simple.

today i am off to the offray ribbon outlet about an hour away – i sure hope i find lots of fabby deals!!!

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Paper: PTI – white, SU Garden Green, patterned – not sure

Ink: Memento black, copics

Stamp: Whipper Snapper – A Witch’s Brew

The Rest: Skittles – Spiders, Cricut, Stickles, Spica pens

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3 Responses

  1. Great looking card, Marti! Awesome coloring of this image! 🙂 NICE use of those spider skittles – it gives it a nice touch! 🙂 FUN!!!

  2. this is just eht cutest love it
    Hugs
    Norine

  3. This is fabulous Marti! I love those little skittles – great touch and all those polka dots. Fabulous!

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