Monday, October 18, 2010

Ah…my BFF’s are all here!

This was my one of my first Gilli’s I purchased. And now it’s the first I have created with. This little Halloween chick was fun to make. We celebrate Halloween in a big way at the Williams’s house, but I don’t seem to get any cards completed. I set myself a goal that I would make at least two Halloween cards and two Fall cards. This is my second Halloween that I have finished, and tomorrow I start on the fall cards. I have entered her in a challenge over at ScrapBitzCopics.

Other than the Copics I used:

I also used:
Stamps: Magnolia Moon and Bats from and Romantic Gilli, also from StampingScrapping.

Spellbinders dies: Large Standard CirclesNested Bats,  and Graveyard Scenes
Inks: Distress in Black Soot and Peeled Paint; Memento in Tuxedo Black; SU pigment inks in Whisper White, Certainly Celery.

Embossing powder: Opalescent.
DP: Basic Grey, 6x6, Eerie.
CS: Stampin’ Up! Basic Black; Cryogen;  and Copic X-Press It Blending Card
Other: Spica pens in Garnet and Black; Sharpie Poster Paint Extra Fine in White.

I think that’s everything. At least that’s what I wrote in my sample journal.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate contacting me at . You can also find this Halloween card for sale in my Etsy online studio. I am offering FREE Shipping.

Thanks for stopping by! And I so appreciate all my followers. I am trying to follow back, but if I have missed any of you, please let me know.

Aletha Jane   


anaRy said...

This card is super duper creeepy!!! I love it! Great job! I love how you worked Gilli Romantic...lovely!!

Kevin & Cindy said...


Colorado Crafter said...

This is a really neat card... but there's so much going on that it would really be helpful to have some details about exactly how it was made besides just a list of all the products used. Thanks for sharing.

Karen's Fun Blog said...

Love your card!!! : )

Handmade by Vivi said...

wow, you card is great!!
absolutely stunning!
AWESOME coloring!!

Sara said...

Aletha, Halloween is big here at our house also! I love this card and all the different things that you have included to make it so beautiful! You are very talented! Keep up the wonderful work! Happy Creating! Sara

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