Too Cute to Spook

Don't you just love the images in Greeting Card Kids?  They are so cute!  I colored this sweet little pumpkin girl before I started cleaning my room figuring I could probably use it in the Mojo Monday sketch challenge.  Only problem is it took a full week to clean my hobby room.  YIKES!  (Scary before pictures coming tomorrow.)

Thankfully every week there is a new Mojo Monday sketch, so today I used the new sketch to make this card.  Plus you have time to play along too, since it was just released yesterday.  It's a fun square (or round) sketch.

On my card I used Black Staz-On ink to stamp the image onto Very Vanilla cardstock then I used my markers and blender pen to color it in.  I love the shading I can get using a blender pen.  I'm not an expert in coloring, but I have been doing it since Santa first put a coloring book in my stocking.  ;)

In the close up you can see the texture I added by running the background piece of Very Vanilla cardstock through the square lattice embossing folder.   I popped up the Brushed Bronze button and the Scallop Square using dimensionals. 

My only wish is that I had made this card sooner so I could send it to someone and have it get there before Halloween.  Anyone want to come over tomorrow and trick or treat for this card?  :)  I'm still debating whether to add a VV cardstock liner for the inside or use my silver Stampin' Dazzle pen to write on the black cardstock.

Creative Blessings,
Heather North

Greeting Card Kids - Clear-Mount Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!
Greeting Card Kids

Scallop Square Duo Bigz Die - by Stampin' Up!
Scallop Square Duo Die

Blender Pens - by Stampin' Up!
Blender Pen

Brushed Bronze Designer Buttons
Brushed Bronze Buttons

Lucky Limeade Bakers Twine
Lucky Limeade Bakers Twine


Mum of 4 said...

Very cute, Heather!

Lynn McAuley said...

I do love this little cutie perched on her pumpkin!! Perfect for the MOJO sketch!!

Lisa Lynn said...

Your card is adorable. Love the embossed background and the image is too cute.

Dawn Mercedes said...

oooh...I sure like that brushed bronze button! just enough adornment...and you still can see your image!