Monday, October 17, 2016

Lawnscaping Challenge #140 sponsored by Lawn Fawn

There's a new challenge that's perfect for fall - COLOR SCHEME. Just use purple, black and a color of your choice! I can't wait see what you all come up with.

We are sponsored by the always amazing Lawn Fawn! Those folks just rock and they are sponsoring this challenge with a free stamp set of the winner's choice! So many stamp to choose from, I know. It's tough. We just heart them! Thank you Kelly Marie and gang for sponsoring us! 

I had so much fun creating this card!!! As I've said many times before, I LOOOOOOVE Halloween. Everything about October is amazing to me. So I had to make a cute little card wishing someone a spooky Halloween...

As you can see, my color of choice was olive green. 
That's the perfect compliment for this card I think!

I decided to really make this little vampire pop by putting him hanging from a branch.
Such a simple touch, but I really think it makes the card!

I wanted a soft purple to contrast with the dark olive and black, so I turned to my watercolor markers, watercolor cardstock and some water. I did flick on some black and white spray mist for an added touch. If you look closely, you can see in white where I stamped little stars. VERY subtle. 

I popped up the wings and the ghost vampire off the background as well as the entire watercolored panel to give it some interest. 

This was so much fun. I encourage you to have 
a blast with this and enter the challenge HERE!  

  • Lawn Fawn Booyah
  • Lawn Fawn Love You S'more
  • Memento, Tuxedo Black
  • Memento Luxe, Wedding Dress
  • Spectrum Aqua Markers
  • Spectrum Aqua Watercolor Cardstock
  • Heidi Swapp Color Shine, Black Velvet
  • Studio Calico Mister Huey's Mist, White

1 comment:

jamie vanskiver said...

This is soooo cute and fun! Love the background and the bat ghost hanging upside down is just so cute!

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