Monday, October 17, 2011

Something Wicked!!!

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog.  Today I have a halloween card featured the fun images and coordinating dies from Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps.  For the layout of my card I have used the challenge over at Case Study, this week they are featuring the talented Niki Estes and here is my take.  The main pumpkin image is called "Poker Pumpkins" and is a red rubber stamp.  
 The sentiment is from the "Pumpkins" clear stamp set, I also used the leaves and coordinating die from "Oak and Maple Leaf" clear stamp set.  For the stitching I used the Sew Easy zig zag piercer and hand stitched the zig zag with black thread.
And here is the beautiful card by Niki Estes.

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Size:  5 1/2" x 6"
Stamps:  Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps (Clearly Beautiful Oak and Maple Leaf Set, Clearly Beautiful Pumpkins Set, Poker Pumpkins)
Inks:  VersaFine Ink (Onyx Black), Distress ink (seedless presserves)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock, Kraft Cardstock
Accessories:  PPRS dies (Oak and Maple Leaf Die set), Spellbinders (Fancy Tags Two), Fabric, black thread, adhesive rhinestones, We R Memory Keepers Sew Easy zig zag piercer, pop dots
Challenges:  Case Study #61


  1. This is absolutely beautiful, Angelica! I love the purple, black, and kraft combo and love the fabric you added. Such great texture it brings, along with the hand-stitching. I think the subtle shading you did around the sentiment and image is gorgeous. Really love this!

  2. What amazing creations!!! I love the purple and black colors and your design is fabulous!!! The stamped flower on the second card is absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for all the fabulous inspiration!!!

  3. Ohhhhhh!!!! I simply ADORE your card! It's awesome in every possible way. The texture, colors, design - love it! :)

  4. both are fantastic but you know me and flowers!!!!

  5. Awesome creations! Love that purple. "Hugs"


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