It's our second week for the Skeletal Remains Challenge at Haunted Design House sponsored by the fabulous Octopode Factory. Lily's quirky stamps are fave of mine and I'm thrilled that's she's offering the winner of this challenge a $15.00 gift certificate to her Etsy Shop. I've made a Double Zig Zag card that I found on Deneen's Blog. Thanks for the fab instructions, Deneen! Here it is closed with a band I made with my new Spellbinders Arched Windows, and MS fence punch and Octopode's Saint Valentine, and Pirate Skull and Crossbones.
Inside a lovely graveyard wedding scene unfolds. I've been wanting to enter the Sharon's April Guest Designer's Challenge, add an Architectural Element on the Smeared and Smudged Forum so out came the the Arched Window again, this time backed by the Fancy Lattice (also Spellbinders). The Stair Steps are attached between the back panels and are embossed with the Tim Holts Bricked folder and the steps fold up when the card is closed.
Terrence officiates and the Day of the Dead couple are decked out in their finest for the big day.
I've used Digi Paper from Crafty Chaos (NLIB, boohoo!) with Octopode's Hallowe'en Tombstones both inside,
and out. The edges are trimmed with another MS punch.
You still hangin' in there? I kinda loved this project, even though it took me forever, so I took GOBS of pix. LOL But this is the last one. Please visit Haunted Design House to see the fab makes by the rest of the Minions (both last week and this) and finds some Skeletal Remains and play along.
Besides Sharon's April Guest DT Challenge at Smeared and Smudged, I'm also entering it in the Cheerful Stamp Pad Gothic Cuties Challenge, and Left of Center (LOC).