Yes, you read the title correctly.
We Made it!
We are celebrating our 666+1 followers of
our quaint little, dark sided challenge blog.
So to truly celebrate, we are having a
themed challenge this fortnight.
Join us, if you dare!
Bring out yer beasties and yer monsties! You could even use the numbersix (or multiple sixes) in your project, or make an Iron Maiden project as well.
It's up to you. Interpret the theme as you like, but remember to keep it
creepy, dark, Gothic, Steampunk, or Hallowe'en in nature.
Keep in mind, this is all in good fun. We are not promoting Satanism,
(nor are we condemning it), but we are celebrating our own popularity,
and having some fun while we're at it.
I've channeled my previous Creepy Cricut Cween moniker and made a wall hanging using Cricut Design Studio and the George and Basic Shapes and the October 31st cartridges.
The center is and appropriate image from RSD MFA and more 6's cut with my Cuttlebug. I've colored the image with Copics, fussy cut and added it to a background embossed with the Tim Holtz Bricked folder. Figured the sentiment was perfect to hang on my craft room door. What lies beyond makes Hell look like a picnic in the park.
So come on you chickens! Join us at HDH for some devilish fun! There are lots of prizes to be had. What are you afraid of? You know you wanna! And if you catch some flack, you can always say "The Devil made me do it."
I'm entering this in the Left of Center Use Metal Challenge (metallic card stock and metal hanger, or just LOC if you prefer).