Spica pen for the red, not enough glitz - added diamond stickles to the spear and bow tie. Hope you like it!
This photographed not true to color but not too bad either. I bought one of those cardboard enclosure things so you can spray items without getting it all over the place. Haven't tried that yet, but thought it might make for an easy way to photograph the cards. So the background of brown that you see here is that box! This is a very small card. Isn't the background just right? Now on to the next one. It is coincidentally a reminder of the granddaughter from the same family - she is younger than Dracula by about 8 yrs. I have the cutest photos of her at about 3 or 4 yrs old dressed up as the devil and yelling Arghh!!! Argh!! You guessed it, the pirate card I made this summer was for her!! She got such a kick out of the Argh!! Argh!!. Wait until she sees this one!! Because I have so many grandkids, I am just going to refer the two of them to my blog. Wouldn't be fair not to make them all cards, but lets face it, Halloween doesn't call for 15 cards!! (14 grands plus 1 great). So I colored Tilda, she is probably called Devil Tilda but don't know for sure, and then thought - now what? Again, I just couldn't find the right stuff for the card. So I thought maybe the black would be just right for Tilda, but this time, the image was much larger as I had made a scene, kind of. So I made it what I call a normal size - an even increment of 1/4" in both directions - much easier to add papers or do envelopes. I found some neat black ribbon - its a girl card! You have to have ribbon AND flowers! I punched out some leaves in black, added some i-rock gems, put some diamond stickles on her wings and silver on her trident. Lets not forget those little horns, either. And then decided it was wayyyy tooo white!! Again, I used the black soot. Only I was remembering a youtube video I saw recently about making lines kind of with ink. I didn't use any paper to mask the lines in - just the sponging tool. I really like the way it looks. Probably because it is "different"!! Can't believe how good the flowers matched in color - they are, by the way, more of my Wild Orchid stash!! You can hardly tell I have been using them!! So here she is!!
I am not even going to try lining them up - at least they are in here so you can see them!! Here are the copics just in case you are looking for colors. Edwin: YR07; E00, 11, 31, 35, 37; R20; B00, 02; C3, 5, 7; spica 21. Tilda: YR07, R05, 20; E00, 11, 31, 33, 35, 37; C3, 5; SPICA 00, 04.Please leave me a comment and tell me how you like them!! Hugs to you all - what a way to end a week! Barb F