This DT card is also created for the DT Magnolia Challenge the very talented Camilla has set for this month. Camilla challenges the Magnolia DT members to use at least 3 stamps on a card or creation. Thanks for the fun challenge Camilla!!
I used 6 "Magnolia" stamps on this card!! This card was a challenge for me as well because of the size it is. Included in my Magnolia Dt kit was a black card base 8.5" wide x 5.5"height... (21.5 cm wide x 14 cm height). A size a bit out of my comfort zone...so it took a little longer than usual..lol.
The stamps I used are "HV08 Tilda with Spider" - Halloween & Autumn Collection 2008 - "Hoo7 Bat and Hoo7 Iron Fence" - Magnolia's Fall Stamps 2007 - "HW09 Hellbroth - HWo9 Happy Halloween and HW09 Spooky Pumpkin" - all from the new So Spooky Collection 2009.
The images are colored with copics under the prismacolor pencils and a touch h20's to deepen the shade and add a little sparkle. *(Please remember.....do not use copics over prismacolor pencils or the wax from the pencils will ruin your copic tips!)*
The colors in the background were just brushed across with a soft brush. Tilda witch, Hellbroth and the bat on the moon are all attached with foam pop ups. The moon, sentiment and pumpkin are glued to the image panel and attached to the back panel with foam popups. The netting is just a tape used for dry walling. The orange fabric on top is cut from a Dollarama fabric Halloween bag. The spider and webs are from dollarama as well. I've added glitter, stickles and shimmerz here and there. The patterned papers are all from Magnolia's So Spooky Collection and can be found at retailers like "the Little Stamp Shoppe"
Ink - memento black, SU - marigold morning, bordering blue, perfect plum, close to cocoa. Papers - GP white, Magnolia, SU old olive. Accessories - raffia, dry wall netting tape, rick rack (magnolia), spider, fabric Halloween bag, glitter, stickles, shimmerz, stitching, MS border punch, acrylic white paint.
Have a Spooky Fabulous Day Everyone!!..and Thank You So Much for your Wonderful comments!!