In Stamping Mode

Friday, September 17, 2010

TESC 128 - Happy Fright Night

Ooooh and I am soooo ready for Fright Night to be here already!! I did some shopping for some more Halloween decor and I am definitely decorating the inside of the house this weekend. I think the neighbors might think I'm weird if I put the outside stuff up, hehe.

Anyway, I just couldn't get enough of Taylor's latest set Hangin' Out - Wicked Wardrobe, so I used it again paired with that awesome Fright Night Project Pantry. At this rate, I'll have all of my Halloween projects done before October even arrives!

But here is the sketch for the week...


I turned the sketch sideways to make it suitable for my card and here is my frightful creation!


I stamped the cat, hat, and 2-step lantern pole with Memento Tuxedo Black. I also added a little sparkle to my witch cat's eyes with the Clear Spica glitter pen....LOVE this invention! *tip - store your Spica glitter pens sideways so that the glitter doesn't clog the tip*
I used a little lace from my stash, distressed the edges and glittered up a Technique Tuesday tile with some Martha Stewart White Gold glitter.

And I will leave you to visit the rest of the sketch crew's fabulous creations, because, as this posting goes live, I'm racing through CKC - San Marcos shopping for some good scrapping deals! :)

Have a great weekend!

6 comments:

Sherrie said...

Ooooh, love what you did with the sketch! Your card is so spooky and pretty at the same time! Have a great weekend Melissa!

Jami said...

Ooooh I love that glittered frame and how you used the hat as an embellishment. Very fun card. Hope you are having a great time at CKC!!

Heather Jensen said...

Such a cute and shabby Halloween card. Never thought I would use those words together. :) I am going to paly along with this weeks sketch. I already have an idea. ;)

Monika/Buzsy said...

Super cute and spooky! Love the colors how you turned the sketch... the sparkly frame is awesome! :o)

Rose said...

Love love LOVE your frightful creation! Way to make Halloween so Shabbylicious ;)

Gingerbread Gal said...

WOW! Amazing! This card is spooky and gorgeous! How do you do that? Only you Melissa! Simply breath taking!
:) Rachel

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