Corrosive Challenge Blog – Halloween Theme

October 26, 2010 at 12:00 am 2 comments

This week’s challenge over at the Corrosive Challenge Blog (#87) is to create a card with a Halloween theme or a card using orange and black. I made my card using a digital image from this month’s sponsor – Robyn’s Fetish.

I had a lot of fun making this card. I used a sketch from Mercy Kerin over at Lord Have Mercy. Here is my card recipe:

Card Stock – 110 lb. White, Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie
Patterned Paper – Basic Grey and My Mind’s Eye
Image – Robyn’s Fetish Digital Pumpkin
Ink – Momento Tuxedo Black, various copic markers, Early Espresso, Tim Holtz Antique Linen Distress Ink
Accessories – SU punches, Nestabilities, self-adhesive orange rhinestones, dimensionals

Sorry for being late with this post – I was out of town all weekend and was on the road for work today. I hope to post again soon! Thanks for looking!

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Entry filed under: Cards, Copic Markers, Corrosive Challenge, Cuttlebug, Distress Inks, Nesties, Punches.

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