Sunday, October 10, 2010

Little Witch

     I hope you had a wonderful weekend.  It certainly was a beautiful one here. 
     This little witch is by Crafty Secrets.  It  is a such a fun Halloween set.  The paper is from K & Co. plus some in my stash.  Don't look too close at the stitching.  My bobbin ran out of thread and I didn't notice!  The Halloween ribbon is from Michael's.
     We don't have trick-or-treaters.  Most of the kids in our neighborhood are too old now. When I was a kid we had one neighbor lady who always made popcorn balls.  She would make us come inside and sign her guest book!!  What fun!
      This card is a sketch challenge for Flourishes.  They are celebrating this month's new release.  I'll also enter it in Simon Says Halloween challenge as well as Baby Bud Designs.
       Have a creative week!


  1. You have the cutest stamps and your colouring is so lovely! So jealous that you have Michaels there - it's very hard to find speciaized embellies here!

  2. fabulous card Linda :-) I love this image ,,, very cute and the papers and ribbon are fab ,,, love the bat too :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
    Lols x x x

  3. Thank you Linda for your super comments on my blog, I have to say though that the pencil drawing of the little Dormouse is already shaded by the artist and noting to do with me!! I only added a touch of colour!
    I wish my colouring was that good though!

    I love this super Halloween card, the image is just perfect and you could teach me plenty about colouring!

    Keryn x

  4. Linda, this is so sweet! You colored her beautifully! I really love the mix of patterned papers!

  5. What an adorable little witch! Love the vintage appeal of these Crafty Secrets stamps. Your card is fabulous!

  6. Love that little vintage witch! Super cute! Thanks for playing with Flourishes!

  7. I love the heritage images, she is just darling, very sweet. Beautifully colored and designed,love the colors and papers!! thanks for joining our bbd challenge....good luck
    Mary Anne


Thanks for such encouraging comments!