Sunday, September 16, 2012

In homage to Scooby-Doo...

Hi there. Here is another card I made last night. This is for CAS-ual Friday's CFC70 challenge: to use black, white and one other color.


the inside:



I wanted to start making some Halloween cards, and for some reason the little eyes stamp reminded me of Scooby-Doo! I used Paper Smooches stamps from the Spookalicious set. Stamped and cut out both sets of eyes and the mouth and adhered. I was thinking that Scooby is in the dark with the big bad beastie sneaking up behind him, and he saying in a scared voice "Raggy?" I used alpha stamps from Studio G to spell Raggy. I drew stitches and the "shivers" around Scooby's eyes with a Gelly Roll pen from Sakura. This was another card that came together in about 15 minutes or less. A true record for me! (usually it's more like 2- 3 hours! LOL!)

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a great day!

Chris ☺

8 comments:

  1. What a fun card and totally reminds me of Scooby Doo.

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  2. Awesome! It caught my eye as I was loading my submission. What a fabulously creative card! LOVE IT!
    Jaydee

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  3. This just makes me smile! I love Halloween. Totally adorable card, Chris!

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  4. How CUTE and FUN!! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  5. Hehe Scooby-dooby doo!Love your card, what a great way to do a black and white card + one :) Thanks for playing this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  6. Jeepers!!!! this is just too funny :0) My lad is such a scooby fan and I had to buy that PTI set for those scooby eyes too!! Brilliant card :0)
    Thanks for getting crafty with us at CASual Fridays :0)
    Jenny x

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  7. This makes me smile!!! So clever and funny, and a GREAT Halloween card!

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