I hope the start to your week has been good. It has been cold here. Yeah I know!!!! Where did Fall go?! It's coming back by the end of the week, but we have to endure 30's at night right now. Brrrrrrr!! The dogs have been hogging the heaters leaving Hubby and I out in the cold!!! Hahaha I spent my day in my crafty room working on a few challenges I wanted to enter. I really like how this card turned out. This great Silly Ghost is a freebie over at SKdigis by Sonia Kertznus. You can use Silly Ghost to enter her current challenge which is to create a 'Card with a Ghost'. How much easier could it be? Sonia offers the freebie and you just made a card and link it up!! Thank you Sonia for Silly Ghost!! I printed him twice and colored both the same. I colored him with my Copics. I used RV00 and RV02 for his tongue. For his body I used B000 and B00. His eyes were colored with my Red Spica Glitter Marker. I then added some tiny little googly eyes (on the top one only). I then cut them out. The bg designer cardstock is from DCWV-the Doodlin' Around Stack. I just let the paper do all of the bg work for me. Wait until you see the inside piece!! The senitment on the outside is from the More Spooky Sayings stamp set and the inside sentiment is from the Oct 31st stamp set. Both stamp sets are from Mary-Cardz TV Stamps. Now for the reason I printed and colored two Silly Ghost's: I glued one to the card front and then put the top one on an action wobble!!! Yes I did!!!!! The challenge over at Action Wobble Wednesday Challenge is Whatever Wobbles!!! So this is just perfect to enter the challenge. Now this challenge ends tonight, but they will feature a new one tomorrow. But Sonia's challenge doesn't end until this Sunday. I know she would love for you to hop over and enter. I know they would love for you to enter the challenge for Wobble Wednesday's too!! Hope y'all like my 'Silly Ghost' card!!!! :)
I'm also linking my card up at My Crafting Channel for The gh'oul times challenge.
See the spider in the corner up there? It's printed on the paper. I love it!!!
It is the top of the the piece I used on the front of my card.