Frank and the background bat stamp were both little clear stamp singles from a pack called Stamp It: Halloween. I was inspired by a sketch from Taylor, but that challenge is already over. I thought I was playing along with the current Play Date Cafe colors, but wow, I don't think I got it quite right! On my laptop last night the color looked more purple, but now on my desktop computer it looks completely magenta! Oops!
The sentiment from Monster Fun went perfectly with Frankenstein, I thought. I cut the little shape around it freehand, that's why it's a bit wonky, LOL! The fun pumpkin stickpin is last year's Making Memories, and the little sparkly black trim is Making Memories from this year! I love their Halloween stuff, it makes me squeal every year! And I thought the way I knotted that trim made it look a little like a bat, and that made me happy. :-) I also added a little Glossy Accents to give Frank some shine:
So how much do you know about the Hero Arts blog and the Hero Arts Flickr group?? Every month on the blog there's a monthly contest - you could win a $50 shopping spree! Here's the info about this month's Everything Autumn contest, check it out! And Hero Arts also has a group on Flickr. The people there are all so nice and fun and supportive! You really should check it out if you haven't before! And as a matter of fact, this card is part of a little Blog Hop of cards from members of the Flickr group! Head on over to the Hero Arts September HOP thread to check out all the links!! Or if you've been hopping, that means you got here by way of Karen and your next stop is Anita! Have fun!
Thanks for stopping by today,
- Stamps: CM004 Stamp It - Halloween, CL391 Monster Fun from Hero Arts
- Paper: Bazzill, Stampin' Up card stock
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Palette Noir, Copic markers
- Accessories: Glossy Accents (Ranger), circle punch, embossing folder (Swiss Dots - Provo Craft), purple ribbon, Making Memories stick pin & trim