Day 11 of the 13 Days of Halloween with Simply B Stamps celebrates Famous Ghouls in History. We were asked to chose a ghoul from our all time favorite spooky movie or story. I loved the Nightmare on Elm Street movies growing up so I selected Lola Kruger from the Teen Scene Trick or Treat collection. I colored Lola with Copics and cut her and a mat out using the Labels Twenty-One Nestabilities from Spellbinders. The paper is actually from a Christmas pad called Festive by Authentique. I added a Tim Holtz adage ticket and clock face, a die cut corner, a few flowers, and some bling swirls. My favorite part, though, is the ripped paper, making it look as though those razor sharp fingers had done some slashing!
Two more days to go and I'm still in the running! Tomorrow will be tricky because it is the last night before Halloween and I have treat bags to make as well as baking to do! I may need an extra dose, or three, of caffeine tomorrow evening!