Sunday, September 26, 2010

Witchie Woman - Simon Says Grunge

This is my entry for Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge.  This week it's Grunge - grunge I can do.  This card is actually cuter in person or at least I think so.  I don't know if my camera needs new batteries or what but I couldn't get it to cooperate.  Although it's pretty close because it is a dark grunged card.  I had fun making this. I love halloween and I love making halloween  cards.  Don't know what I'll do with them because I never send out halloween cards but maybe I'll start.  I used my spellbinders for the fence because I couldn't find my fence punch and I know I have one.  That's a sign that I have too much stuff when you can't find what you know you have.  tee hee.  The church is from Delicious Doodles digis.  The witch is a digi from Digital Pencil Too.  Mo has some of the cutest digis.  I used a Tim Holtz stamp for the bramble bush.  The bats are just clipart.  I did a lot of sponging on this one to make it dark and creepy and then distressed the edges.  It is grundgy and spooky - watch out for hallows eve !  Someone has been bending the iron fence to get in - EEKS.


  1. You did a fantastic job! I'm not a Halloween person, this had to be a real challenge, that sky is so real looking!

  2. Our creations are ALWAYS better in person...having said that, I think your card is AWESOME!!!

    Thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge!!!

  3. I love this - it looks gothic and gloomy, so perfect for Halloween! I really, really like the colors and effect of that sponged background. So happy you were able to join us for this past week's Grunge challenge at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Hope you'll be back with us again this week for the Distressed/Sanded challenge - great fun!!!

    PS - I saw (and was surprised!) you linked my blog here and I wanted to say that I am very honored that you would consider my work worthy! Thank you SO much!!


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