Wednesday, October 14, 2009

MDUC #24

Halloween card. As we don't celebrate this holiday I don't have a halloween image so I used this stamp that arrived in my mailbox yesterday
I used marvy markers and aquapen to colour in tilda and cat, wanted to make the cat black but not too black as you won't be able to see him....... I used the slice to cut out the hat, tree and pumpkin...


Jodie from Oz said...

Bootiful Halloween card, love the addition of the witches hat. Such a cute Tilda with her little cat. Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges, good luck & hope you join us again next time. Hugs Jodie

Sue said...

Great job making a Halloween card without a Halloween stamp. Tilda and her black cat are perfect.

Papers, tree and pumpkin are great additions to your card for bringing the theme to life.
Thanks for joining in on the fun a the MDU Challenge this time. Hope to see you back again soon.

Tracey Feeger said...

An excellent creation. I love that you have used a halloween stamp but made it work really well. Great job. Thanks for joining us at MDUC once again. Hope to see you next challenge

Kristy Young said...

Oh wow what a fabulous job you have done!! Thanks for playing in MDU.

Norma said...

Wonderful card. Love your improvisation. I love this Tilda with the kitten. You've set up the scene very nicely. Good job.
Thanks for joining us again at MDUC.


Debbie Pamment said...

Fabulous choice of Tilda for Halloween - and great choice of colours and layout! Another wonderful job Vicki.
Great to see you playing along again at MDUC

Alicia said...

I love your card. It is so cute! I love the tree in the background. Thanks for participating in the MDUC Trick or Treat challenge and good luck!
Alicia xx

Kellie Winnell said...

Gorgeous card love how you made the hat, thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges. Hope to see you back again next challenge. xx

MDUC Site Owner.

stephanne said...

I love how you compile bits and peices on your creations, this image transitions into a Halloween peice wonderfully, beautiful work!!
Thanks for joining us at MDUC, hope you'll join us next time around!!

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