Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Anya Trick-or-Treats as the Pirate


There have been lots of Halloween challenges lately, but I was getting kind of tired of orange, green and purple, so I decided to let Anya go trick-or-treating in her stylish pink and black. I used the sketch from Shirley's Twisted Thursday - and you had to use chipboard as well. My skull and crossbones are chipboard sprayed with
Tattered Angels black gold (It is really sparkly and lovely in person). Stamp With Fun, Incy Wincy Challenge, Creative Friday and Roses on Paper challenges were all for a Halloween card (and of course I used a Greeting Farm Anya for the ROP Challenge). For Paperplay challenges you had to use your favorite embellishment. Although I have many - I have gotten hooked on making the crepe paper flowers, edged in stickles. Finally, I put the whole card together using the recipe challenge from Dutch Dare: to use 2 colors of cardstock, 2 Designer papers, 2 flowers, 2 brads, and 2 gems (the centers of the flowers are swarovski crystal -another favorite embellie!) That's a ton of challenges to fit into one card, but don't you think she deserves a treat?

6 comments:

Karolyn Loncon said...

Sa-WEET!! Darling image, fabulous coloring, and amazing interpretation of the sketch - love those fun little pink flowers!! Thanks so much for playing with us!!

Iris said...

This is super cute and I love the pink and black! Thanks for joining us at our Roses on Paper and Belles n' Whistles Challenge Blog.

Hugs,
Iris

Ninchen said...

great card!love the colours!

thanks for joining us at creative friday!

xoxo janina

Heather "Hev" said...

That's right - who said Halloween has to be orange and black!!


Thank you for joining in the challenge at Incy Wincy Designs Challenge" this week :)


Have a lovely weekend :)

Peta said...

Great Card, love the pink and black, thanks for joining us at Roses on Paper, Peta

Julie M said...

Fab card, Gini. Great idea to go with pink and black, and I am drooling at those beautiful flowers - they are divine.

Thanks for joining us on PaperPlay this week.

Julie