Tuesday, August 24, 2010

It's Time To Cast A Spell

I'm not much for Halloween these days, but I have fond memories of trick or treating when I was a child, and I know my grandchildren love it, too. So, I began to work on cards for the fall and this is the first of my Halloween cards, ones I will send to my sweeties. Using ink in the lid of my stamp pad, I watercolored the image. Here are the supplies I used:

Stamp Sets: Greeting Card Kids and Scary Skeleton
Designer Series Paper: Cast A Spell
Inks: Old Olive, Black, Rich Razzleberry, Cajun Craze, Sahara Sand, and Pumpkin Pie
Rickrack: Ribbon Originals--"Pigtails" in Pumpkin Pie
Card Stock: Old Olive and Perfect Plum



5 comments:

Rach said...

This is very sweet. Why don't I have that DSP?!? It's perfect for that card! :o)

jimlynn said...

So very cute!!! Love that DP for sure. Your coloring is great. Wish I could watercolor like that!!!
Lynn

Kelli said...

This Fall cards makes me all excited!!!

jaydee said...

Lissie
very cute. Fabulous job watercoloring. Mmmm.. I'm beginning to wish I had purchased that paper :-)
Hugs
Jaydee

Cate said...

What lovely watercoloring! The DP is my favorite Halloween paper ever and I am hoarding my little stock of it.