Saturday, October 1, 2011

Celebrating World Card Making Day!!

Welcome to World Card Making Day!!! Thank you for celebrating with us!!

Below is the card I made especially for our blog hop! I have had this idea running through my head, but I am not positive I executed it quite the way I had envisioned. Irregardless, I am pleased with the end product. The main thing is I thought outside the box and was able to put my idea on paper.

If you have not figured it out, I used the a|muse studio's adult female cameo from the Victorian Charm stamp set to make my Bride of Frankenstein. It took several tries - primarily because I was too lazy to cut out a mask. I used the a|muse studio sugar ink with a q-tip to give her her iconic hairdo! I would encourage you to always look at different ways of using your images. Just for the record, I have never seen the movie or television show or whatever media involved the Bride of Frankenstein.

All supplies unless otherwise noted are from a|muse studio: slate woodgrain cardstock, sleepy hollow cardstock, wasabi cardstock, pebble cardstock, sugar cardstock, memento tuxedo black ink, sugar ink, spooky fence die, creepy hollow stamp set, victorian charm stamp set, q-tip, paper trimmer, adhesive

Please keep hopping!! Here is a complete list of participants in this particular blog hop:

Amber Smith
Veronica Zalis
Jennifer Corson
Karen Crisp
Jeanette Cloyd
Sherri Thacker
Seleise Barrett
Pamela Fredrickson
Carissa Fulkerson
Melissa Roell
Angie Schellenberg
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Heather Scott
Suzanne Dahlberg
Dana Vincent
Julie Dylingowski

I hope you find some time in your day to make a card in celebration of World Card Making Day!!!!


sherri said...

Oh my gosh is this ever cute!! And clever! Love it!!

Chelsea said...

How fun!!! Very Very Clever! Love what you did to the silhouette!

April said...

You pulled this off beautifully! TFS

It is fun to think out of the box!!

Carissa said...

Very cool!

Angie said...

Very cool!

Sarah/WAstamper said...

Love your bride!! So clever!

Ronnie said...

What a neat idea! Very creative! Your card is perfect for Halloween!

Suzanne said...

Lisa, this is SO clever! I love it! You did an amazing job and I am gonna have to try the q-tip with the white ink because I really like how that looks.

Anonymous said...

Seriously...this card is out-of-control awesome! You're a spooky genius! ;)

Brenda Lee said...

Wow!! You are so clever!! Fabulous card.

Shawn Klinkner said...

Love it - so creative! I could totally tell is was the bride of Frankenstein hair - love it!!!
Dana K.