Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Love An Eerie Sky

I really love the background on this card.   You know when you have an idea in mind of what you want a creation to look like and it doesn't always work out?  Well, this worked out better than I imagined it would.  I thought it would look decent, but I'm loving the way all the colors fade and merge into each other, including what I was thinking of as green grass.

Bugaboo Digi Stamps is the sponsor for Die Cut Divas this month

I knew I wanted to work with a circle concept because of the nature of the image.  Our challenge is using a mood board as our inspiration.

The image was such that all it needed was color and I think I gave it color!

I knew I wanted to use this image because I also made it to send to my Card Chain Challenge partner, Lucille.  The October challenger here is now closed, but I was able to put Autumn and a cat into the challenge options for October.  You always have four options and one is always friendship.   The November challenge is now open here.  It's great to receive cards from other artists and crafters from all over the world.

Those eyes are looking at you!

Bugaboo Digi Stamps Happy Halloween Cat
Die Cut leaf from a fellow card artist colocred with black Copic marker
Nuvo Crystal Drops Ebony Black and Ripened Pumpkin
Distress Inks Wilted Violet, Carved Pumpkin, Twisted Citron and Mustard Seed
Vagabond Die Cut machine
QuicKutz Nesting Circles dies

See what the other Divas have done at Die Cut Divas and have fun crafting

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