Sunday, 26 October 2014

Mischief

I had so much fun making the mini headless horseman I decided to do another mini from Make It Crafty.

I coloured my mini Dracula stamp in a combination of ProMarkers and Copics.  The image is cut using a die and then cut along the bottom edge to make it straight.  I cut the bottom of his cape and legs out so it would look like the rest of the image is behind him.  I've used the bats from my Halloween PaperArtsy stamps so it looks like he's being followed by bats. Some of the bats I coloured with a biro to make them stand out.

For the actual card I've used black card stock, then overlaid some paper from Tim Holtz a Ideology paper I bought in  Hobby Craft a while ago.  At the top right the card is torn and then I've glued some eyes on to make it look like Dracula is being watched while he gets up to his mischief.

Before I mounted the Dracula image I used the tree and ravens part of the Halloween PaperArtsy stamps at the left hand edge.  I then decided to make him a path, some tomb stones and rough grass cut out of black cardstock (these were actually just hand cut I didn't sketch them or anything first).  Once the path and tomb stones were glued in place I put Dracula onto the card.

The final to touch was some wrought iron fencing cut out of black card stock with a die.  I cut some of the fencing to make it look more derelict.

I love this little guy he certainly looks like he's up to no good.

I'm going to enter him into the following challenges
Creative Inspirations - Happy Halloween
Cardz 4 Guyz - It's Spooky - Halloween
Paradise of Stamps - Halloween
Crafty Little Fairies - Only One Design Paper
Without Words - Boo!
A Little Bit Crafty - Boo!
Fantasy Stampers - Something Spooky

Happy Halloween
Andrea x


13 comments:

  1. A fabulously scary card, Andrea! Some great inventive elements, and the 'broken' fence looks fab.

    Thank you for entering our challenge at Crafty Little Fairies, and good luck in the draw. We would also love you to join us again in future challenges.

    Hugs,
    Jennifer. x

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, I love making Halloween cards :) x

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  2. very nice!!! thanks for joining us at Paradise of Stamps........

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  3. Oh! This is a brilliantly creepy card, loving your spooky elements. Thanks for sharing with us at Cardz 4 Guyz. Caz

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    1. Thanks Caz, must be all the horror books I read ;) x

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  4. This looks fantastic, such a great Halloween card! Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations! xxx

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    1. Thanks Nathalie, I have a lot of fun making these :) x

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  5. Fabulous spooky card, brilliant spooky detailing!
    Thank you for taking part in A Little bit Crafty Challenge this month.
    Sue xx

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    1. Thanks Sue, I love doing halloween cards :) Andrea

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  6. Great card and that little dracula is definitley up to something!! Thanks for playing at Fantasty Stampers, Cindy (DT)

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  7. Love your Halloween card, Andrea - thanx for playing along at Fantasy Stampers.
    Hugz, Jan (DT)
    http://jaybescraftybitz.blogspot.co.uk

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