Sunday, September 19, 2010

Candy Corn Girl

When I saw this adorable Candy Corn Girl from Sassy Cheryl's I just couldn't resist her. I had to have her, just like if I walked by a bowl full of candy corn.

I printed the image onto Georgia Pacific cardstock and colored the image with Copic Markers. The sentiment is a $1 stamp and seemed to go perfectly with the image. Patterned paper and black cardstock were used to complete this card, along with some sheer white ribbon.

This card is in response to Sassy Cheryl's current challenge, Challenge #29, which is to use a Spellbinders die on a card. I used my circle and scalloped circle dies to cut the circle panel that I tucked underneath the main image.

Okay, now why after making this card do I now feel the need to go to Walgreens and look at Halloween candy? LOL!


Linda C said...

Love the purple take on this Halloween Card. You need to go to Walgreens and BUY Halloween candy. While you're there, would you mind picking some up for me too. You have given me a taste for candy corn with the delicious card.

Cheryl said...

Kecia. This is adorable. I LOVE the lavender!!!

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Love your card Kecia! The sentiment stamp is a perfect match for this image. Totally yummy! ~jeni :)

jkreucher said...

I love the way that most of your card is soft colors and the pumpkin and candy are the vibrant pop of color.. very eye catching!
So glad you joined us in the Sassy Challenge this week!

Ann English said...

How cute is this, Kecia! Such a fun image and a beautiful card!

Thank you for joining us this week for the Sassy Cheryl's Challenge. Check out the new one tomorrow!

Janetlynne said...

just love it


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