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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Tickled Pink Stamps Challenge #32 - Happy Haunts

If you haven't noticed, I am ALL about Halloween lately! Well, today I had no choice! The theme for challenge #32 at Tickled Pink Stamps Challenges is Happy Haunts! So I thought I'd share my card using Lil Haunt Vampire Lilith. We are in the middle of previews for this year's Lil Haunts 2 images, but I felt like using a classic. She is colored with Copics and popped up on 3D dots. The sketch is WMSC59 from Waltzingmouse Stamps Sketch Challenge. The "bat dropping" stamp is from their Wanda's Pantry set. I used my Tim Holtz Distress inks to age the white paper I stamped it on. I added a few roses, a couple of punched bats and some bling flourishes and I had my card. Oh, but let's not forget the blood.... Both are Martha Stewart punches!

I have to keep this brief - busy day on the way - but thanks for looking and I hope you'll take a peek at my Lil Haunting Pinkette preview today as well. Head on over to the TPSC blog to see what the rest of the {PINK} challenge ladies have SCARED up for you! Heehee!

Have a fang-tastic day!


Card Supplies
Images: Lil Haunt Vampire Lilith (Tickled Pink Stamps); Wanda's Pantry (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Ink: printer; Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Antique Linen and Vintage Photo (Ranger); Copics (R00, E00, E25, E27, E34, Y35, Y38, W6, W8, W10); Prismacolor Art Markers (169)
Paper: Riding Hood Red and Basic Black (Stampin' Up); white card stock (Georgia Pacific); Martha Stewart Vampire paper pad (EK Success)
Accessories: Classic Circles Nestabilities (Spellbinders); Martha Stewart Drippy Goo border punch and Bat and Splatter punches (EK Success); black lace (Wrights); Boutique Fleur mulberry paper mini roses (Recollections); floral embellishments (Recollections); black rhinestone swirls (Recollections); glue dots; 3D dots


Katie said...

Ooooh, I love that bat dropping stamp! And the bats with the bling trail are awesome :)
xx Katie

Kelly S. said...

Oooo more spooky good fun! I love the way you used the black lace on the edges and how you have that little batgirl perched in between the panels. That blood spattered paper and the matchign dripping edge is positively eekworthy! That bat droppings sentiment could not fit this card any better! Another wesome and creative Halloween card, Regan!

Deborah Frings said...

She's a really sassy girl - love the colouring. I like the way you've got drops of "blood" on the card! And the bat with gemmed trails are gorgeous!

Edna Morrisedie said...

I like the dark feel to this card, yet it still has the great pops of red, very cool use of the sketch! Thanks so much for playing along with the Mischief Makers this week!