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Monday, September 22, 2014

Dream Valley Challenge #91

Hi, its time for a new challenge at Dream Valley

but before I get to it first the bad news. I am stepping down from the DT.  I have recently stepped down from the Simply Create Too DT and the reason now is the same - too much going on at work, too stressful to keep up with my DT responsibilities....
Since this is my last challenge  I wanted to make a Halloween card - its my favorite holiday. And the challenge theme lend itself nicely to it - its Lace/Ribbon. 



I had this lace patterned acetate sheet forever in my stash and always wanted to use it. It so perfect for Halloween. I put a rainbow paper sheet as background.


The cute little figures are from an ancient Stampin up set called Booglie Eyes, which I got last year on ebay....


I colored them with Copics and fuzzy cut them and mounted them with foam tape. Some Bakers twine to finish the card, voila!

Our wonderful sponsor  for this challenge is Kenny K



Kenny K Digi and Rubber stamps are a fun and edgy way to add the perfect dose of attitude and style to all of your creations!

The Creator, the artist, the man: KennyK is a NYC born professional illustrator who bought his funky-but-slick, urban-influenced look to the cardmaking and papercrafts world His signature style can be seen throughout his various collections of sexy pin-up babes, sweet 'n' sassy girls, cool rocking dudes, kids stuff, retro characters and more at KennyK Downloads

Prize is 3 images!


I am linking this card with AAA challenges - fuzzy cut
Snippets Playground - use a snippet - all the stamped images are on snippets

See you over at Dream Valley!


13 comments:

papierelle said...

Sooooo spooky!! Herrlich, da könnte ich auch glatt zum Halloweenfan werden!!
LG GUndi

Flo said...

Huuuch! Das ist eine sehr gruselige Halloweenkarte!!! Toll und superpassend zum "Fest".
Liebe Grüße

Jane said...

Loving your background colours and fussy cut halloween characters. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

Monika Reeck said...

may I tell you sweety I looove the acetate sheet it looks like you stamped it oder it is a Lace..looks adorable and cool image too, lovely halloween card..psstt I never made halloween card cause in germany you know it is not so common or popular....wie geht es dir,ich habe schon lange nicht mehr dich bei meinem Blog gesehen hoffentlich alles gut bei dir und familie...und ich habe vor paar tage gewusst dass du auch Aries girl yeah...can not believe it...

Big hugs...
Monika

Susanne Vargas said...

Zu witzig! Dieses SU set fand ich immer so süss! Der Spitzenhintergrund ist cool!

Anita in France said...

So spooky and cute, Cornelia ... that lace acetate is such a fabulous background for these creepy characters! Anita :)

Vicki Dutcher said...

Cute fussy cut images! That lace acetate is very cool! Thanks for joining in at AAA!

Cathy said...

Hi Cornelia, love the lacy backdrop for these cute characters, such a fun card, Cathy x

Becca Cruger said...

For some reason this just brings to mind "Where the Wild Things Are" and the wild rumpus. Very adorable.

Kim Heggins said...

So so fun...Love all your spooky Halloween critters, and that lace for the background...just fabulous Cornelia!

Hannelie said...

The little fuzzy monsters look great against your background Cornelia!
Thanks for joining us at AAA cards this week!

Di said...

Oh wonderful Cornelia - reminds me of a few little scamps in the Snippets Playground :)

Wise to step down from DT teams rather than kill yourself trying to do too much chick!

Hugs, Di xx

Manuela said...

süße Karte mit all den niedlichen Kreaturen :-)