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