Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Be scary...

Hello again!

Today I've made a card to play along in the new challenge over at The East Wind. The theme is 'bump in the night' and while you would think that meant Halloween, it's actually a clever title for an embossing challenge. I decided to do a little of both and created this Halloween card using the lovely and mysterious looking Lucy Loo Hair digi and a spider web embossing folder for the background. Is she a sultry witch or maybe a glam vampire? Who knows, but she is definitely offering up trouble with that bottle of poison. ;)

Alrighty, busy day ahead... talk at'cha later!   
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- Authentique
digital stamp- The East Wind (Lucy Loo Hair)
stamps- Inkadinkado (spider), Studio G (sentiment)
ink- Versafine onyx black
Kaiser Craft gems
Little B poison bottle sticker
Cuttlebug spider web embossing folder
Wink of Stella clear glitter pen
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, E71
eyes- Y38, E39, E18
eyeshadow- W2, W4, W7, FYG1
lips- E04, RV29, RV99
hair- BV23, BV25, BV29


Heidi Brawley said...

This is Amazing looking! !!!!!! Winner winner chicken dinner!!!!♡♡♡♡♡♡
Hugs, Heidi and Brooke Shields

Julie D. Richards said...

Awesome job. Love her hair.

Dotty Jo x said...

Stunner - what fabulous hair, Jo x

Tracey Ann said...

This is so completely awesome Amy! Love your layout and how you incorporated the "bump in the night". And your coloring of this beauty... amazing!

Jackie C said...

Perfect, adore it all! Wonderful that you have shared your great artwork with us here at THE EAST WIND. Good luck hun and do come back again!

Bonnie Irvine said...

Your colouring of this image is awesome, Amy. She is just gorgeous. I love every detail of your card design...very very cool! Thanks for playing along with our Bump in the Night Challenge at The East Wind and thanks for the inspiration. I loved visiting today :)

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Oooooooo I LOVE her! Gorgeous Lucy Loo looks faBOOlous against the web & embossing. Thx for sharing with us at The East Wind!