Thursday, October 11, 2012

Haunted Hills

Hello everyone, how about a Halloween card today? Halloween cards are one of my favorite kinds of cards to make. I don't really give out any :-o  but I love making them all the same. This one is a hodge podge of several different digital and clear products.

The cute witch and her sidekick is from Mo's Digital Pencil (at least it was, I can't seem to find it in her web store anymore!), I think it's called Trick or Treat. I colored them up with Copics.


The papers are digital as well, from Design House Digitals 'Halloween Vintage Findings'. If they look familiar, it might be because I believe there's a paper pad from My Mind's Eye that has these same papers. I freehand cut some rolling hills using different patterns to create the background. I also stamped the haunted house and trees in the BG with a clear stamp set from Inkadinkado, I think. 



And last but not least, the Haunted House ticket is a printable from the Silhouette store. I really wanted coordinating ribbon too, but of course had nothing even close in my stash. So I striped a plain piece of grosgrain with a ruler and Copics. It actually bled a little and I thought I ruined the ribbon, but after tying it into a bow, turns out I LOVE the effect! One of those happy accidents I will be using again in the future, kind of an 'ombré' look to it. 

Hope you like it, thanks for stopping by!

8 comments:

  1. Wow Katarina, that is just superb.
    Hugs
    Jane

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  2. This is fabulous Katarina the image is fabuous and I love your layout. Caroline xxx

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  3. I always enjoy your Halloween cards. Great use of colors and patterns!

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  4. This is wonderful. I love the image and such fabulous detailing

    Sue

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  5. This is fab, love the design and papers, everything really!

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  6. Absolutely Adorable! Love the scene and your DP.
    Hugs, Dangina

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  7. OMG! This is the best Halloween card that I've seen so far. Its very creative and pleasing to the eyes. The design is truly captivating.
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