Monday, October 5, 2009

Hag Smack-Down

What happens when an ugly hag and her reflection get into a smack down? Well, I end up with another awesome card, in my opinion! I've been waiting to use this stamp set for a while, and today Kelli and I are featuring projects that use witches; so I was presented with the perfect opportunity to bust these images out of stamp storage.



My hag and accompanying images all came from Third Coast, so check them out if you haven't already. The card was very simple to make by layering papers, a dictionary page, and paint. The coloring was done with prisma pencils, and of course I had to give this badass diva some glitter and sparklies! One of my favorite parts of the image is her tattoed arm.



So now it's your turn... to get 5 extra entries for our enormous BLOG CANDY giveaway, make a project featuring a witch and link to it in a comment under this post. You have until the end of October to do it. Plus, any comment you leave during the whole month will get you one entry, and posting one of my or Kelli's 31 Days buttons will get you an extra 7 entries! Check out my sidebar for more info, and then head to Kelli's to see her witchy project for today!

10 comments:

  1. I love it. She is such a cool witch

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  2. OMG! What a HAG! Love it!!! LOL!

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  3. I love it to cool I never find cool thing like that its great.Sarah

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  4. Your card is great. I love your scene! The coloring job is fabulous!

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  5. Aaaahaaahaaa! That'll teach that mouthy mirror! Now....I wonder what she did to her scale?!> (Probably he same thing I did to mine! LOL) Great card!
    ~Danae

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  6. I did a challenge Yay me lol.
    Does it matter that it's also my bombshell entry?

    http://stitchinwitchsratcage.blogspot.com/2009/10/midnight-madness-sketch-challenge-23.html

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  7. This one doesn't count as it is not stamped, but I think it is too cute not to share. OMG! I made something cute. Is the world coming to an end? Here it is.

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