Tuesday, October 21, 2014

SHOPPING OUR STASH #174 - Halloween or Halloween colors




Hello and good morning, my crafty peeps! This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH we challenge you to make a Halloween card/project, or something that uses Halloween colors (black, orange, green, purple, red) This being my favorite holiday, I was all over it! Here's what I made:


 the inside:

I'm guilty of buying supplies, then not using them. Lately I've been trying to remedy that. The paper collection is from last year, the stamp I bought earlier this year and it's the first time getting inked. That ribbon was one of the first rolls I bought when I started scrapbooking back in 2007. ☺ After coloring the martini, I added a few white lines on the left side for highlights, then went over it all with Glossy Accents. 

 eyeball-tinis, yum!


Ok, so now it's time for you to make one more Halloween card! Just be sure to link it up at Shopping Our Stash! Please be sure to check out what my teammates, and our GD - Ira, created for your viewing pleasure! Thanks for stopping in! Have a great day!

Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - color challenge
The Male Room #21 - Halloween
Wanna Sketch #21
AAA Cards - Halloween
Spectrum Noir October challenge - embellishments (enamel dots, Glossy Accents, ribbon)













Chris

Supplies
Stamps: Crackerbox Palace - Eye Think; Hero Arts - Celebrate Everyday
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Authentique - Thrilling; scraps
CS: Darice; Copic - X-Press It
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers: Ranger - Glossy Accents; Grand Calibur; Deckled Rectangles Nesties; MME - Enamel Dots; Martha Stewart - web punch;
Michael's - ribbon
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent, 3D foam squares; Recollections - red tape


17 comments:

  1. Great card, love the eyeball olive in the martini,

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  2. holy wow, an eyeball-tini!!! awesome job on halloween, the sketch AND superior stash usage!!! :)

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  3. AWESOME eyeball! HAHA! Love the accents on the glass, too.

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  4. Ohhhhh that eyeball is nasty!! Which is perfect!!!
    Love the chevron paper and the candy dots in the corner!

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  5. HAHA! This card makes me smile. It's spootakularly fun!

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  6. Very cute card, Chris! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge this week!

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  7. Eeeks, this is fantastically fun and oh so creepy. I love how you used the wanna sketch for this amazing card, thank you so much for playing along!!!

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  8. OMGosh, how fabulous is this?!!! You know I love Halloween, and I've got a bit of an eyeball theme going on this year, so this is totally up my alley! What a fantastic sentiment. And what a ghoulish image. I love it! Great coloring job and design, too. I'm loving the glossy accents over the glass, and the scattering of candy dots up top is just the perfect finishing touch.

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  9. Oh my goodness! Such a fun card! Great job with the eyeball, too. Thanks for linking up to AAA this week!

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  10. Now this is my kind of Halloween card -- awesome!

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  11. LOL!!! Eye think it's fab! Sorry, couldn't resist. I do like the shine on the martini. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room this week!

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  12. Chris, eye like the way you think! Love this and thanks for sharing your creation with us at AAA Cards!

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  13. Seriously fabulous. I don't want an eyeball in my drink BUT after the first, would I really notice? :D

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  14. I know I already commented on your adorable card, but I just wanted to say thank you for your sweet and supportive comment on my blog. It really means a lot to see all of the positive reactions.

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  15. Ooo..that's creepy, brings a new meaning to 'watch what you drink' doesn't it! Thank you for joining us at TMR.

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