This week at Haunted Design House our challenge is sponsored by our very own Temptress of Terror, Teri of Delicious Doodles. Our mission was to create a card with a black or eerily dark background. Teri has so many fabulous dark and sinister images (she has beautiful and cute ones too, but...) that I had a very hard time choosing, but finally decided to make an easel card using the Grim Reaper.
The card base and computer generated sentiment were cut with my Nesties Mega Curved Rectangles. The fab DP is from Basic Grey.
I printed him 4 times and cut the images so I could decoupage the layers, used a tombstone I cut and embossed with my Cuttlebug, and a moon from my Cricut October 31st cartridge. It's particularly fun to decoupage her sketchy images because they often need no coloring at all. WooHoo! I have to tell you a funny story about this card and you tell me if you can relate. I'll admit I make a ton of cards and often show them to DH so he doesn't pay a whole lot of attention but... In this case I wasn't sure of a sentiment so I brought it down almost completely finished to ask his advice. He glanced up and said, "Oh that's nice, is it an Easter card?" ARE YOU KIDDING ME?????? Take another look! He laughed and suggested a sentiment that I'd love to tell you, but I'd hate to offend. Anyway, the Minions have outdone themselves this week and with the fab prize from Delicious Doodles I'm sure you'll want to play along, so hop on over To Haunted Design House and be inspired. I'm also entering this in the Delicious Doodles Challenge for this week which is Anything Goes. WooHoo! You should really check this out, because Teri has a wide variety of images and a fab Design Team.