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Run in Fear!

>> Friday, October 5, 2012

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
Are you creeped out by all the spiders, yet? Big spiders, little a spider, there a spider...I think there's a Raid for that, lol. Better stock up before Halloween.

Lots of great ideas for Halloween this year. And DRS Designs has the best new images to help you get that perfect card made. Creepy or's up to you! I guess I just haven't felt too orangey lately, so I went with some purple and yellow. I like those colors for Halloween, too. I'm using the new Cat Spider Square and I really love this image. I stamped it in black and used a few purplish Copics to color just inside. I wanted the middle a softer yellow so I sponged that in. The sentiment was a bit big for my layout, which just kind of evolved w/ different left over strips I had. So I divided it in two and used the same Copics around the edges.
On the front of my 4.25 x 5.50 white card, I stamped the spider web down the left side using two purples and a yellow ink then attached all my other pieces.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to check out (and enter!) the DRS Thursday Challenge! This week we want to see your Fall Leaves. Have a great weekend!

stamps: Cat Spider Square, Run in Fear Halloween Greeting, Empty Spider Web 

paper: white, scraps of yellow, purple, lavender
ink: Ancient Page coal, Memento Lulu Lavender, Grape Jelly and Cantaloupe 
accessories: Quickutz long rectangle die, Copic markers


Shelia said...

Great Halloween card. Love the color combo!!

Karin said...

Stunning effect Julie! Love the colors and the way you added the sentiment flags :)

Samantha said...

I just love all the angles on this one, Julie! Terrific card!

Pam said...

This is fabulous, Julie! Great layout with the angled layers.

Sue said...

So fun! and SO different! I love all the angles and the purple/yellow shading combo!

Jennifer E. said...

Love how you stamped the spider web in different colors--I always think it has to be black!

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