Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Drunken Stampers #120: The Birds

Hello and good morning! I'm playing along with this weeks Drunken Stampers challenge #120: The Birds, even though it's not my team's week to play!


This term is all about the movies! You can either make a card based on the movie title, or use the sub-title, or try both! Here's my take on this challenge:


Here's the inside:

So, I wanted to use a creepy bird image, to pay homage to that fabulous creepy movie! And what's more creepy than a raven wearing a witch's hat and saying 'Nevermore'! LOL! I stamped the image twice, fussy cut the raven from one and adhered to the other panel with foam squares. (I did some distressing and inked the edges first) At the bottom of the card, I used a punch that allows you to weave ribbon, which I did with some purple ribbon. On the inside, I used my Slice to die cut 'trick or treat' and adhered. It was very strange to make a Halloween card so early in the year, but I couldn't think of anything else to put there to compliment the front! At least now I have one card done for that holiday! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to check out the blog's of Team Bahama Mamas to see what crafty goodness they dreamed up for the challenge! Have a fantastic day!

Chris
Supplies:
Card stock: Recollections
DP: Graphic 45 - The Magic of Oz
Stamp: Stampendous - Raven Background
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger - Walnut Stain
Adhesive: SA by 3L - EZ Runner, 3D Foam Squares; Elmer's extra strength glue stick
Accessories: Offray ribbon; Martha Stewart punch; Tonic distressing tool; Slice die cutting machine, Words & Expressions Holidays cartridge

2 comments:

  1. I love that ribbon weaving! Awesome :) And I totally covet that raven stamp!!!

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