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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

MTSC83......Greeting Card Kid




Happy Hump Day Peeps!!!

Today I have another Halloween project, well a card anyway! This is one of the first sets I knew I would order when seeing the new catalog. This cute litte set of kids kinda remind me of the Campbell Soup Kids, remember them?

I did find them a bit hard to color, they are small with little details, making it a bit harder to watercolor, for me anyway, my eyes are not as good as they once were.

This card is made with Mercy's Tuesday Sketch challenge.

All the DS paper used here is retired from a few different packs. I just pulled some out I liked and I also used pumpkin pie, concord crush and old olive card stock. I cut the circles with my nesties, one for the little witch image and an open concord crush one was created by using two nesties one inside the other, the circle is a bit off but not to bad. I used the inverted scalloped circle nesties in old olive to mat the main image. The sentiment is grom the Grateful Greetings set. I stamped with black stazon and used my stamp-a-ma-jig to line it up, even with that it took me three times to get it acceptable....UGH!!!

I added some vintage brads three inside the circle and one on each end of the sentiment piece.

Well, that is all from me today, I won't have anymore Halloween for awhile, anyway. LOL!!!

Thanks for stopping by today and HAPPY STAMPING!!!!

Vicki

6 comments:

Wendy J. said...

So very cute, Vicki! You did a great job coloring and pulling the papers together. The card is adorable!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is DARLING Vicki! This image is SO super cute and I LOVE Halloween cards!

Marisa said...

Fabulously done, Vicki! Love the way you used Mercy's sketch and that nestie you framed the image with.

Valerie K said...

Oh this is soo cute!! I love how everything came together... the colors, the sketch, the layers. FABULOUS!

*Sally* said...

how lovely xx very cute card!

Rhonda Langley said...

Great card! Nice coloring. Love the circle in the background!