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Friday 27 October 2017

New Challenge at Fussy and Fancy - So Spooky

Good morning my lovelies,

I hope you are well and have all had a fabulous week!

This morning I am sharing a card for the new challenge at Fussy and Fancy. Our lovely Sasha has chosen the theme:

So Spooky

This was slightly difficult for me as as I don't generally make Halloween cards, so I don't have any dies etc., but this is what I came up with.

The image was a freebie from Elisabeth Bell which I have coloured with DI reinkers. 

As I didn't have any suitable papers I embossed black card and applied some Pebeo gold gilding wax. The purple flower is from my stash and the rolled roses I cut with black card and a Joy Crafts die again I added some gold gilding wax to the tops of the flowers.

The die peeping pour on the left is a Joy Crafts die, once again I have once again cut it in black card and applied some gold gilding wax.

The broom stick I made with a cocktail stick,  some natural silsa and some twine.

The bow is made from spider web netting and I've placed a black button in the centre.

DI list:
Skin: Vintage Photo, Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick
Hair: Gathered Twigs
Robe & Hat: Hickory Smoke, Black Soot, Dusty Concord
Broomstick: Gathered Twigs
Pumpkins: Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon

Thank you for popping in.

Take care.

Gina xx


  1. OMG this is just awesome Gina! Fabulous image and your coloring is amazing! Beautiful design to showcase it! GREAT job!! Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Fabulously spooky Gina!! Your colouring is...as always...stunning...such a fantastic design!!! Enjoy your weekend Gina!
    Take care,

  3. Wow hun, love this, gorgeous colouring, no surprise there lol!!!! and love your background, hugs Liz xx

  4. This is fabulous Gina. Such a great Halloween creation. Love the stunning detail you have used.

  5. Wow!!! Gina, It's a truly amazing spooky card, and designed to perfection.
    Hugs, Donna xx

  6. Stunning! Absolutely stunning! Judy x

  7. This is perfect, only you could use dark colours like this Gina and yet still make it so pretty!

    Anne x