We're being sponsored by I Brake for Stamps. They have a varied selection of images from various artists. Something for everyone.
We have chosen to work with the new Hallowe'en images designed by Rick St. Dennis. All of his Randy Dandy images are available there in digi and there's a great assortment of Rick's designs in rubber, too. It should be no big surprise that I chose Denise Devlin although any resemblence is purely coincidental. LOL
I've always been pretty much considered the "good girl" but under my sweet exterior lies...Ummm..., nevermind. She was great fun to color with Copics and I fussy cut her, backed her with black and fussy cut a border around her to stand out a bit from my fave flames background image I found on the net. She's glitzed up a bit with gems and I gotta say I really covet those earrings.
It's an easel card and the fab sentiment is one of my faves from Ginger's House. It's cut with a Spellbinder's Labels Four and inked with Distress. Used the last of my webby red ribbon and more jewels to set it off. This is week One of our challenge and my teamies have done a fab job so be sure to check them out HERE and come play along because we're all DYING to see who you're supposed to be.
I'm also entering this in the Outlawz Monday Greeting Card Make it Funny challenge, The Pink Elephant Digi Image or Papers Challenge, Corrosive Challenge Maiden, Mother Crone, and Left Of Center using the LOC theme.