Thursday, September 20, 2012

I'm going batty...

Good morning and happy Thursday! I have a card to share with you that I'm entering for the Sweet Sunday Sketch challenge #167. I haven't participated in this challenge for awhile and really wanted to take a stab at it again.


the inside:


and the sketch:


It's amazing how my card comes together...once I figure out what paper to use. I swear I had this done within a half hour, but spent probably over an hour trying to figure out 1) which Halloween collection to start with and 2) which papers in that line to use! Grrrr! I did some more embossing on this card (and tried really hard to take a picture so that the embossing didn't reflect the light and show up white...as usual.)

Thanks for stopping by, and if you haven't already, try this challenge! Have a great day!

Chris ☺

Supplies:
Card stock: Recollections
Patterned Paper and border sticker: Martha Stewart
Stamps: Unity Stamp Co. (Spooky bats); Hero Arts (sentiment)
Ink: Versamark; Tsukineko in Tuxedo Black; Clear Snap in Chestnut Roan and Charcoal
Embossing powder: Inkadinkado
Grand Calibur; Nesties: Std Circles Sm and Classic Scalloped Circles Sm by Spellbinders
MFT Die-Namics: Mini Monarch border
Metal Dots: Colorbok
Adhesive: Mystik and foam squares: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

5 comments:

  1. This rocks! I love the border you used and you even decorated the inside so brilliantly! Your paper choices are just too cool!

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  2. This is fabulous, love how you used this sketch and thet great card design

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  3. Love this!! The circle looks very stone-like and the border is great! Reminds me of a wrought iron fence. Love how you did the inside.

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  4. You made me chuckle with your design dilemmas, Chris! Sounds like me. ;)
    Really love your finished card, though. You absolutely rocked that sketch. So love the Halloween theme!

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  5. Aww! Love this! Such a Spooktacular Halloween card! Love the dp's you decided on too! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

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