Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Moonlight Ride

It's Wednesday, which means it is time for a "What If? Wednesday Sketch".  You have two weeks to enter your card using the sketch posted on the Repeat Impressions blog...The House That Stamps Built.  All participants will have a chance to win a $25 Repeat Impressions gift certificate.  I hope you'll play along with us.

This week's sketch looks like this:

Though at initial glance it may appear like I am still being a sketch rebel, but really not so much this time around.  I stamped the Repeat Impressions image of "Halloween Witch" (817-I) onto a X-Press It cardstock.  I colored her with Copic markers and cut around the image. 

I brayered and sponged the "moon" with Adirondack Lemonade, Adirondack Sunshine Yellow and Marvy Ochre dye inks.  I made a couple streaks onto the moon with a gray Copic marker.  Then, all over the moon, I sponged some Brilliance Moonlight Pigment Ink onto the moon to give it some light shimmer.

The "sky" is made with a panel of texturized paper from K&Company.  Then, with the Mini Monsters Cricut cartridge I cut the two black trees and placed them into my spooky night scene.  I added some Baker's Twine for the finishing touches on this card.

My first Halloween card of the season.  I think Halloween cards are a blast to make.  I know it won't be my last time using this cute little witch, that's for sure! Stayed tuned for more witch flights, LOL!

In the meantime, make sure you visit the other Rock Stars.  They have some great interpretations of this sketch.  You'll love each and every card!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today!


nwilliams6 said...

What a great little witch and I love how you made a really big moon - she looks like she is having fun up there. Fun card!!!

joy said...

Kecia -- again you have rocked this sketch! Wonderful choice of image and your moon is fantastic!

Jenny Gropp said...

Way cute, I agree Halloween cards are my favorite... So much fun!

redwasher1 said...

CUTE! CUTE! CUTE! Love it!

Cheri said...

Kecia, I love this card!!! What a great technique for the "moon".


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