I have some adorable images and this is the cutest little wizard I've ever seen! This one is from The Stamp Fairy and his name is Tommy Wizard. A special thank you to The Stamp Fairy for providing me with the wondeful image. It sure makes it easy to make a cute card when you have a great image to begin with! The challenge at the Sweet Stampin' Challenge Blog this week is HALLOWEEN! So, pull out those witches, wizards, pumpkins, ghosts...and let's see what you can create for this challenge.
I've colored my little wizard with Copics and my haunted house is a die by Sizzix outlined in black Stickles. The spider web and spiders are clear stamps from Michael's for $1.00 along with the ghost stamp. The black grass along the bottom of the card is a die by Joy. The scary pumpkin is a digital from SKdigis. I used black paint to leave the little black dots on the edge of the Spellbinders die around Tommy.
Here's a close up of Tommy and I applied a little stickles to the stars on his hat and his brew..and you can see there's stickles on the pumpkins face, as well.
The weekly sponsor of the Sweet Stampin' Challenge is The Stamp Fairy and the monthly sponsor is The Ribbon Girl who has donated a £10 voucher. Both of these companies have outstanding products and if you haven't visited their websites, please click on the links I've provided. No, I don't get more "stuff" for encouraging you to visit or if you do visit and buy something. When I find a company with high quality products and great customer service, I just want to recommend them!
Now that you've seen my card, I'd love if you'd go and visit the Sweet Stampin Challenge Blog and see the awesome Halloween cards made by the Design Team to inspire you!
This card is entered in the following challenges:
My Mum's Craft Shop, Emerald Faeries, Card Makin Mamas, Crafty Calendar, Stamp and Create, Stuck on us Sketches, Cards for Men, City Crafter, Party Time Tuesdays, Through The Craft Room Door, Divas by Design, Paper Pretties, Just Hanna Stamps, Moving Along With the Times, Paper Crafting Journey