Happy Halloween

   Happy Wednesday or should I say "Witchy Wednesday"???  Just stopping by to post a card I made just for fun for Halloween. I love Hannah Lynn images. They were among the first I ever colored when learning to work with copic markers and I still find so much to enjoy in working with them!  This is a new digi stamp by Hannah Lynn called "Happy Halloween" and you can find her here.
     The digi has all three images together along with the word art at the bottom so you do not have to merge anything! Just size it, print it and color it.  The image was colored with copic markers and enhanced with Glamour Dust. I did use the florescent copics over the regular colors - I love to do that for Halloween images!
      The design paper was from an old K & Company 12x12 Halloween paper pad. I embellished the image with a wonky stitched rectangle die cut, Wild Orchid Crafts flowers, black tulle and some fibers tied into a bow. My little bats are courtesy of Martha Steward punch!
     Thanks so much for stopping by and, as always, for your kind comments! This card is available in my ETSY shop (see sidebar)!   Have a great day!

I will be entering this card in the following challenges:
Deep Ocean Challenge - Halloween 
CMD Challenge- Copics
Let's Craft and Create- Halloween 
Shopping our Stash- Halloween

Seasons Greetings - Winter Fairy Talva

     Happy Tuesday! I am so glad to be back to share my latest card with you. My Mom was in the hospital throughout the entire summer and then required rehab after her hospital stay. Thankfully, we have her home now and she is getting better each day! Thank you to all who sent their best wishes for her!
     I decided to try to make some holiday or winter cards a bit earlier this year. Seems I wait until the holidays are upon us and then the hustle and bustle takes over and... well you know!  For my card, I selected for a second time this favorite Mo Manning digital winter image, "Winter Fairy Talva".  She is  sooo much fun to color!  Of course, she is colored with copic markers- felt good to be practicing again with them!
         The design paper is Kaisercraft 6x6 paper pad, "Christmas Wishes". It is so pretty and filled with non-traditional colors such as these pale lavender and turquoise as well as mint greens and rich golds.  I embellished the card with Wild Orchid Crafts flowers, hand dyed seam binding, lace and pearl/rhinestone bling from Live and Love Crafts.  The branch die is from Tim Holtz.  I added a few silver beads among the flowers and my sentiment, which is a wood stamp from who knows where! LOL!  Oh the stash we collect.
One last look:
         Feels great to be creating again. Thank you so much for visiting and as always, for your kind comments. I will be entering this card in the following challenges:

Sparkle and Sprinkle - Glitter
Christmas Card Challenges - Christmas/Winter theme
The Ribbon Girl- Anything Goes
Noor Design -Fully Loaded
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