I’m usually not too big on ghost and goblins, but these little guys were to cute to pass up, so I took a few liberties with the circle element of Taylor’s Sketch today. I colored and cut my ghosts and pumpkin. Aren’t these OCL images adorable?
I’ve paired the images with <surprise> Echo Park Halloween paper. I am committing to you that I will *not* use Echo Park on my next blog project. Brownie Scouts honor! My Copic Marker colors for the pumpkin are: YR12, YR16 and a bit of YR04. The mouth, eyes and nose: Y15 and Y19. Gray scale on the ghosts: W0, W1 and W2.
I cut the bottom edge of my paper tags with the new MFT Perfect Bracket Die. <swoon> It’s sized large enough to put a pretty edge across a whole card front. LOVE! How I did it: I cut my patterned paper squares to go across the front of my card and adhered them to a strip of scrap paper at the top on the backside just to keep them all lined up nice and neat. Then, I trimmed the bottom edge with the die across the bottom. Easy-peasy. This die will be a mainstay on my craft table, and I cannot promise you that it won’t be used on my next card – even if I move on to a new paper line.
You can see what the awesome girls on the Sketch Crew did today visiting:
It’s Homecoming weekend here in Midwest America! Go OWLS! We’ll be doing the parade and game thing today and tonight. And, then this weekend, I’m super excited to go shopping with my mom. I hardly *ever* get to do that. Yeah me! Have a wonderful weekend, and thanks for stopping by!
- Stamps: Ghostly Greetings – Our Craft Lounge
- Paper: Halloween – Echo Park, Kraft, Black and Mystic Purple Light – Prism
- Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
- Accs: Copic Markers (colors noted above), May Arts Ribbon, Perfect Bracket Die – My Favorite Things, button and twine