Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Halloween Mojo Bats

 
I was able to accomplish so much this weekend, as it rained ALL WEEKEND LONG!  LOL...No bicycle rides....no motorcycle rides....no sitting outside on the patio.  :(   But I did get a lot done in my craft room, and that is a good thing as I have so many craft fairs coming up.


I decided to do a Halloween card with the Mojo Monday sketch for this week.  I know shocker...I actually did a Mojo Monday sketch on a Monday...the actually Monday when it was released!...and even more shocking is that I'm posting it on time!  LOL  Typically I don't post it for weeks...well beyond the deadline.


I used basic grey, basic black and sahara sand for my CS colors.  The designer paper is retired from SU.  I also used my web cuttlebug embossing folder as well as my  nestabilities to create the circles.


The sentiment image is from my SU set called Wacky Wishes.  I stamped that with craft ink and clear embossed it.  The bats are punched with my SU bat bunch...they are double layered and spritzed with a little shimmer mist.  I also added some satin/taffeta ribbon.  there are 2 strips of that placed together to create an illusion of thicker ribbon.  The bottom edge is created with a Martha Stewart edge stamp.


Lastly the inside was finished off by adding some sahara sand CS with a stamped greeting and an embossed strip of CS along the bottom.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  :)

{SMILES}
 

9 comments:

Jean Little said...

I love how you used this sketch! Great card.

Marilyn (mlj-mlj) said...

Great take on the mojo sketch! Love your card!!

Andrea said...

I love your Halloween card! The black with green accents made a very cool combination.

Heather Cooper said...

Great Halloween card! Love the colours!

Queenie Jeannie said...

WoW!!! Awesome card! You really rocked that sketch - wooo hooo!!!!

JustMe said...

lol cute card!

Nancy Thomas said...

Really cute Halloween card - I especially like the punch of lime green color.

Katherine said...

I really like the sponged spider web EF layer on this! your multi-photos of your projects are terrific, too! TGIF.

The Archiving Angel said...

Such a great card. You even manage to make spooky Halloween cards look elegant.