Saturday, October 31, 2009

Spooky Penny Black

Happy Halloween!!!!! This is the last kit from our swap and it was provided by Tammi. She always sends the cutest images! This one is by Penny Black and it's called Spooky. I colored it in with Copics. I added a little Candle Light Shimmerz to the moon to give just a hint of sparkles. Using a paper piercer and a Micron pen, I added some faux stitching along the edges. Okay, now check out the flowers! Aren't they gorgeous!!! Tammi posted a link to this fabulous tutorial by Lisa Cook on how to make these beautiful hydrangea embellishments. I'm so happy she did because now I'm hooked. They are super easy to make and I love all the layers! They looked great punched out of the Eerie paper. It gave it that extra textured look. I added a tiny Prima crystal to the center of each bloom. I hope that you have enjoyed all of our kits. I know I sure had a blast putting them all together! Stop by and check out what the other girls came up: Anna, Debbie, Rachel and Tammi Hope you and your family enjoy a wonderful Halloween night. I can't wait to see pictures of all of your little goblins dressed up!!!

Stamps: Spooky (Penny Black), Spooktacular (TAC)
Paper: Bazzill, Neenah, Basic Grey Eerie, Kiwi Kiss
Ink: Memento Black
Other: Copics, Sharpie Poster-Paint pen, Candle Light Shimmerz, paper piercer, Micron pen, black organdy, Martha Stewart Hydrangea punches, EK Success Rock Fern punch, stylus, Prima crystals
Copics: E31, 33, 35, 08, YR04, 14, Y21, 26, R20, C1, 3, 5, 7, BV00


Tammi said...

Oh I love it, CUTE Kim! And you used the flowers too, they look fantatic on there! Happy Halloween!

Anna said...

Great layout! Love it! Love those flowers too. Now, I'm gonna have to try that! Hope you have a wonderful Halloween!

debbies said...

I love the flowers on here and your layout is great! Happy Halloween and thanks for being part of the card kit swap Kim!

Rachel Hope said...

Love your layout and your flowers...super cute!

Danni said...

Super cute! Love the flowers!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh Kim this is so cute. Awesome job.