Saturday, October 18, 2014

Something Wicked

Today is the eighteenth 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!

Thank you all so much for all your kind comments about my work, and especially yesterday's Bat Out of Hell Driving School.  That idea had been rattling around in my head since I first ordered the A Little Bit Batty set from Smeared Ink, and it was so much fun to create!

Today I have a postcard, which I have entitled, Something Wicked.

Don't open that door!

The details:
  1. Woman's head--from All the Gals stamp set by Dina Wakley
  2. Door--Half Open Door from Viva Las Vegas Stamps
  3. Cat--from Cats-M05 set from The Enchanted Gallery
  4. Background paper--from Kaisercraft Basecoat paper pad
  5. "Something wicked" quote--Something Wicked This Way Comes Shakespeare quote from British Isles Artworks etsy shop
  6. KimberlyGeneral’s and Loew Cornell watercolor pencils
  7. Prima Marketing Chalk Ink Edgers
  8. Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Inks


  1. This is a very creepy postcard! Super wonderful coloring, love the textures and great layers. Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring spookiness!

  2. We will see if this comment disappears. Blogger is not playing nicely today.
    I like your choice of a brick background. The overly large face in the window has such as Alice in Wonderland feel.

  3. Don't worry I will not open that door! The sentiment is enough to send goose bumps up my spine! Frightfully wonderful postcard!!

  4. Eeeeeeek, what a fun and spooky scary postcard! Don't open that door, whatever you do!

  5. Another super creation. Love the quote and the way you have depicted it!

  6. Love this creation, that image is kind a spooky, looking from behind the window.

  7. I love the different perspectives and sizes of the images that you used. I think the brick wall is ingenious on your postcard. Wonderful wonderful job

  8. What a great postcard! Almost looks like a mad Alice behind that door after eating (or drinking? I can never remember which makes you larger). Love the blue kitty eyes! Fabulous! xxD

  9. Fab project, I love the images and how you've worked them all together.

  10. I would probably board that door up and put some heavy furniture against it for good measure!

  11. Oh goodness that is one scary looking neighbour. Don't think I'll be going over for suger. Great postcard!

  12. What a delightful mix of images to create one project! Thank yoU!