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Creepy Spiders for the Stampotique Challenge

Hi Everyone,

there is a new Stampotique challenge this  week - the theme is "Creepy or Scary". Just perfect for Halloween!

I used the treasure chest and the spiders from this month release to create my creepy little scene. There is not a lot of stuff that creeps me out, but spiders definitely do. Although those are kind of cute, I must admit.... I sponged the background and colored the rest with Inktense pencils. Added Washi tape.

Please remember you can use any stamps for our challenge and you are allowed to have 2 entries per challenge. From all the current months entries we will draw 2 random winners who will each win a 30.00 gift certificate on the first week of the following month.

Creepy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Stamp, Ink, Paper - Washi tape

Hanna and Friends - Halloween 

Hanna and Friends


Flo said…
Eine Schatzkiste voller Spinnen!!! So eine verrückte Idee muss man erst mal haben!!!
Mir gefällt der sehr helle Lichtschein in der Kiste, der nach außen immer etwas dunkler wird.
tolle Farbübergänge hast du hinbekommen. Bist schon eine Künstlerin!!!
Liebe Grüße
cm said…
I'm a bit creeped out by spiders too (not as much as by birds -and centipede things, though!), but your green ones here do make me smile in a 'that's cool, ewwwww' kind of way! Love the treasure chest, the night sky and the overall eeriness! Yet again, blown away by your creativity!
conil said…
You are just rocking these Halloween cards. This is just another example of your imagination and the talent you have to pull it off. Afraid of spiders...oh, pish!
Nora Noll said…
I have to say that this kind of freaked me out but I HAD to look!! I hate spiders but this card made me smile!!
Bobby said…
Very creative, Cornelia. I bet a chest that's been in storage long would have those spiders crawling all over it.
Anita in France said…
Ha ... I'm thinking Aragog of Harry Potter (or rather Hagrid) fame, Cornelia ... brilliant ... love that glow from the inside of the chest! Hugs, Anita :)
Rosmarie said…
Ich kann nicht mehr vor lauter lachen - wie kommt man nur auf solche Ideen! Fantastisch!!!

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