Sunday, September 21, 2014

Trick or Treat!

Ooooh! When choosing a sentiment for this fabulous sexy witch, I decided to go with one that could be taken in a naughty way (if your mind works that way, which apparently mine does! lol)


Supplies: Broomstick Bella from The Stamping Chef;  Spectrum Noir markers; paper from Cosmo Cricket; Wplus9 banner die; sentiment from PTI; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Sakura Stardust glitter pen

Bella has a saucy outfit on, but unfortunately the new card stock that I bought (same brand, no idea why this happened) is allowing the marker ink to bleed & feather if I blend much. So instead of a belly button peeking out, Bella had a purple stomach. Um, nope. Creative banner placement it is! I added a bit of sparkle to her eyes & to the pumpkin's features. 

The Stamping Chef has a weekly Anything Goes challenge - you should pop over & check it out!  I'm entering my card in challenge #47.

xoxo,
Jessi



10 comments:

Annette Allen said...

really CUTE.. love how you did the yellow glow.. so fun

Carol L said...

Great image and colors, and my mind often strays to the "other side" too, but this is just a cute card. I love how you placed the sentiment!

Donna said...

Creative banner placement has often been a saviour of my crafty projects lol
Love that image and as always your colouring is superb!

jimlynn said...

A little bit naughty - and a LOT nice! Very cute card Jessi!
Lynn

Lindsey said...

Even without her navel showing, she's still saucy-looking enough to let *some* minds drift with that sentiment, I'm sure! Awesome colouring, despite the new cs issues.

Andrea W said...

The background paper is fun and the image is definitely on the sultry side. Terrific Halloween card!

lostinpaper said...

Good save with the sentiment banner, it looks like it was meant to be!

Dana said...

Hahaha!! So funny! I love that image with the sentiment!! Fab coloring too!!

Asha said...

She's a babe ... I'm guessing it's a trick... got to be. You've covered up her bottom half ... why is that?! Definitely a trick!
hugs, Asha

Erin Stephenson said...

What a lovely project! Thanks for playing at the stamping chef! We hope to see you next time!