I haven't gone all out for Halloween cards this year, but I did manage to get some done with my favorite little witches.
This is Hazel from Wee Stamps. She's just too cute to be a witch! The papers I used are from my stash of years past. Next year I just have to get new papers! The fence is cut on my Cricut and the black swirls are Recollections by Michael's.
Hazel is colored with Copics.
This card is actually recycled from a project I did last year when I made a CD case cover. Just a bit of trimming and adhering it to purple card stock turned it into a sweet card. This actually combines digital stamps from two designers; the Twisty Tree is from Tiddly Inks and the Witch and Frog is from Sassy Cheryl. The bats were cut on my Cricut and the edge of the scene was cut with Bat Wing scissors by Fiskars and mounted on a piece of black card stock.
The images were colored with Copics and the background rubbed with chalks.
This is Betty Belfrey by Tiddly Inks. Such a sophisticated witch! I followed the pattern of the paper by using the Nestibilities diamond dies. The black swirls are from my stash.
I love this little sign! I think I should make one for my studio door. There is a matching stamp that says "The Witch is Out."
Copics, as always, was my coloring media of choice.
I actually colored these little witches last year and, as part of my resolution to clean up unfinished projects, three fresh cards went into one of my shop locations. Two sold the first week they were out! Why did I wait so long?!
I hope your week is going well. We are sweating through October here in Branson with temps in the 80s, but the chill of fall is just around the corner! Thanks for stopping by and keep on crafting!