Monday, October 13, 2014

All The Skeletons

Today is the thirteenth day of the 31 Days of Halloween Challenge and Blog Hop, sponsored by Smeared Ink and the Smeared and Smudged forum!

To see everyone who is participating in the blog hop, follow the blog roll on the right.  If you're following the blog roll, you probably got here from Sue's blog and will want to proceed to Leslie's blog after you've stopped here!

Third in my series A Gibson Girl Halloween, I have Diana, who has decided to let "All The Skeletons" out of her closet to play.

The details:
  1. Skeletons in the Closet stamp--I purchased this stamp from this ebay seller, although I believe that this stamp originally comes from Viva Las Vegas Stamps
  2. Diana--Gibson Girl stamp from flonzcraft (also on ebay here)
  3. Kimberly General’s and Loew Cornell watercolor pencils
  4. Alphabet--Studio G alphabet stamps
  5. Prima Marketing Chalk Ink Edgers
  6. Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Inks
  7. Background paper--from me & my BIG ideas mambi sheets Vintage Birdcage
  8. Faber Castell Gelatos


  1. Very nice fussy cutting. I like how the words are each edged in color to coordinate.
    Diana does have a LOT of skeletons!

  2. Perfect Gibson girl and letting the skeletons out is brilliant! Fantastic!!

  3. Heheheh Love this!!! Funny sentiment and perfect images! x

  4. Eish she has been a busy naughty girl to have that many skeletons in her closet LOL, love it!

  5. Love the sentiment and all the skeletons trying to get out.

  6. Love the moody stamped lady! She is many skeletons, lol!

  7. OMG!!!! I'm soooo loving these! the vintage ladies totally rock and your sentiments are hilarious! xxD

    1. Thanks, Donna! I've really had fun making these--I've loved Gibson Girls for a long time. Stayed tuned for more of this series later in the month!

  8. Fun. Love your coloring and sentiment.

  9. Loving your Gibson girls! Love Diana's expression and the sentiment!

  10. Haha Diana looks so smug, but I wonder what each of those skeletons has to stay when they burst out of that closet? Love seeing how you combine images :)

  11. hehehe, I love her expression, like she's ready to see which skeleton is ready to be exposed first. Fab project!

  12. How did you get a picture of my closet? LHAHA!!! Your sense of humor delights me to no end! Love your work!