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Skipping Stones Design September Challenge

Hi Everyone,

for the coming week we have a fun challenge for you here at Skipping Stones Design - the theme is HALLOWEEN

Now I don't have any Skipping Stones Halloween set, so its time to get creative! Nothing better than a real challenge!




For my card I am using this hilarious Skipping Stones Designs set called Dandelion Dreams. I first masked the moon and then sponged with distress inks to get a spooky night background. I then took various stamps and first stamped them  in white. Then I moved the card a smidgen and overstamped with black. Repeated until I was happy. Added the "clouds" - white ink directly to paper. No sentiment, 'cause I don't have one. 


Spooky enough, what do you think?

Linking up with:
Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog

Happy Stamping!

Comments

Ashwini Rao said…
Love the scene you've created, Cornelia! But spooky...with butterflies..I am not so sure...bats maybe, yes.. But I love the scene nevertheless! :)
papierelle said…
Großartig Deine Himmelgestaltung!!
conil said…
Better than spooky...that night sky looks like an artist created it...and since you're an artist, you did. I know it's supposed to be Halloween-y but it is so much more. Just gorgeous.
!neke said…
WOW, this is great !!!!!
Flo said…
Wowww!!! Die ist klasse!!! eine tolle Stimmung hast du eingefangen.
Liebe Grüße
clelie said…
A GREAT technique!!! A great card!!!:)
Mac Mable said…
Spooky and fabulous. Great depth and colours. Loving the ghosting technique and the over stamping with the black, works fabulously x I've been away on holiday and so missed popping in to your blog to admire your creative genius! xx
Bobby said…
Spooky enough, Cornelia, although I might have cut wings off the butterflies and made bats out of them. ;) The moon and sky are a wonderful inking job.
Jingle said…
This is very pretty! The moonlight looks great! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!
cm said…
As always, your ingenuity is at play, creating an eerie scene from things typically not creepy! Fabulous...and, obviously, spook-tacular!
Hugs~c

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