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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Trick Or Treat

Did you place your order for the new Fall and Halloween stamps from DRS Designs? They were released just yesterday!

Today I am featuring another one of those new releases. It is this Trick or Treat Image.



I first stamped the Trick or Treat image and colored it with Bic Markers. Next, I cut it out and matted it with orange and black cardstock as shown. I created my cardstock base from black cardstock measuring for a 6" x 4.25" card. Then, I cut the yellow cardstock slightly smaller than the card front, and stamped the Candy Corn edger stamp along the bottom. I colored the candy corn using a white gel pen and an orange marker. I adhered my matted image in the center of the card front on an angle as shown and then stamped 'Happy' on the left side of the image and 'Halloween' on the right side using black ink. I added black and orange glitter to the letters and set it aside to dry.



Here's a close up of this new stamp!


Are you getting ready for Halloween?

Only 45 days until the creepy crawlies and the spooks come out!



Stamps: DRS Designs- Trick Or Treat (L1032), Happy Halloween (F255), Candy Corn/Leaf Edger (P567)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Paper: Smooth white cardstock by Office Depot, Colored cardstock by Paper Reflections
Accessories: Bic Markers, Rolling Ball Writer by Sailor in Warm Cream, Black Diamond Stickles by Ranger, Orange Glitter Glue

Stay tuned for another Card Sketch Challenge that will be posted tomorrow!
Have a great Day!

Smiles,
Jennifer

2 comments:

Vicki said...

OMG girl!! You really do have a way with that sparkle!! I totally love this!! You've made this image look so dimensional!! Awesome creation!!

Shirley said...

So very cute Halloween to boot!

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