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Witchy Halloween

Hi Everyone,

 I had to play along with Less is More -one of my favorite themes - black and white plus one more color. 
In addition I wanted to ink up my new Rubbernecker stamp I won recently at their challenge and I had just received it. Thank you Rubbernecker Stamps I love it!


I masked my card base and sponged distress oxide orange  from the bottom up, so I ended up with an ombre pattern. Stamped the rest with my Misti - you really need one here, as you need to do several impressions, to get good, solid ink coverage. Added the sentiment, also by Rubbernecker, but a different set. Also added some white gel pen accents.




Linking up with:
Less is More  - black and white plus one more color
Send a Smile 4 Kids - Cute Halloween
Watercooler Wednesday - all about occasions



Comments

conil said…
OOOOOOH! Creepy! You're just knocking these Halloween cards out of the proverbial park. The ombre in blending with that deeeeeeep. daaaaark image is so effective and I love the sentiment.
Tinstar said…
Love your sponging on this card, such a fun scene you've created. Thanks for joining in the fun at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week. Tristan DT
Heidi Weaver said…
What a great way to used that black and white with one more colour challenge. I absolutely adore the ombre yellow. Isn't it wonderful the way the Oxide intensifies into an orange hue? Your design is so well thought out and such a lot of fun. Love the witch, the haunted house and that great sentiment. This turned out amazingly well. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
Anita in France said…
Brilliant blending of that yummy background, Cornelia ... so perfect for those fun silhouettes! Love how you lit the windows up with the white! Hugs, Anita :)
Kathyk said…
This is fab, I LOVE your gorgeous background and stamp choices

Kathyk
Mac Mable said…
The ombre effect of the oxides look fabulous. Wonderful stamping and Yey to the Misti x.
Nonni said…
This is an amazing one layer! love your ink blending and the scene you created so simply with the stamps and that inked stripe. Such a beautiful Halloween sunset! :) Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!
AO Creations said…
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at ATSM, good luck!!! Amy DT
Such a cute card. Love the silhouettes against the orange background. Thanks for playing along with the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week. Sheri ~ WWC Guest Designer
Lovely card. Thank you for joining at Addicted to Stamps and More and waiting to see next time.

Hugs
Meena DT

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