Saturday, October 2, 2010

Have a Wild Night- Day two

Whew that went fast! I need to do a marathon of Halloween making goodies time!
I made this little card using some black shiny fiber, a leftover scrap from a spider cut I made ( I waste nothing :) ) and colored the Fire Goddess from Smeared Ink using my pencils...
Now.. check out my blog list of other participants and enjoy the day!
See you tomorrow!

17 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

Great idea using the negative. I so rarely do that. Great card and I love that fiber! xxD

Shelley said...

Love how you colored your image!
Shelley :)

Alison said...

Ooh, I really like how you colored the Goddess!!! She looks awesome!

Alex said...

LOVE the fiber! So wonderful and the coloring is GREAT!

Danielle said...

Awesome Card!! Love it!!

Kymberly said...

The Goddess looks really awesome with the colors you used and I love the black borderfor the card! Great job!!

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

That pop of purple hair lifts this whole card. The colouring is great and love that spider
Hx

Kelli said...

I totally need to pull my pencils out again. I haven't touched them much since I got copics, and I know they are writing me nasty letters and ready to throw things when I get them out of the drawer....hmmmmm inspiration!!!
Awesome job!

Stitchinwitch said...

Love the colouring of the fire Goddess

Steph said...

Great card! Like how you colored the goddess and neat idea to use the reverse of your punch :)

Jane said...

Hi Sugar
A fantastic card
luv Jane xxxx

ldfdesign said...

love the color combinations that you used!!!! i also save everything!!!

~Lady B~ said...

great job with this, sugar!

Lynette said...

Love the spider silouette. Waste not want not. Great job.

KC said...

great recycling job! I love this card the color combo is awesome!

SuzieQ said...

Great use of the fiber - looks perfect with the spider and goddess!

Ola said...

Wow! Your coloring is absolutely amazing... gorgeous work!

Thank you so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
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