Thursday, 5 March 2015

Black widow

Another something different for me - I'm starting to dabble in the dark side.  I saw a challenge on Left of Centre to show your spiders and I knew I had the perfect image.  BUT instead of going all girly this time I thought I'd try a dark fairy.

The image is Chin-Chou Kuik's Spooky Blue.  I've used ProMarkers and Copics to colour her with.  She's cut out with a Spellbinders die andn I've added some DecoArt glitter to her wings and the spider web.  There's also a touch of white gel pen to add highlights to her heart, eyes and the spider.

The papers I've used are from Lili of the Valley/Raspberry Road Designs Father Knows Best, Lili of the Valley/NitWits Enchantment and Santoro Gorjuss Neutrals.

The image is mounted onto some black card stock cut with a Spellbinders die to give her a frame.

Accessories black lace, black roses and black stamen are all from Wild Orchid Crafts.  Black pleated gauze trim and flim strip (Tim Holtz) are from Live and Love Crafts.  Black heart gems from Hobby Craft.  Brass swirl corner from Amazon - that I've had forever (or so it seems).

I think that's listed everything :)
Andrea x

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges
Left of Centre - Spiders
A Step in the Dark - Anything Goes
Ching-Chou Kuik - Fancy & Frills
Roby's Fetish - Use a Digi
Ribbon Girl - Add Flowers
Corrosive Challenge - Follow your Heart


5 comments:

  1. That is a fabulous image and you have really done it justice with this. Love the netting and the roses (note to self, must dig mine out!) and the whole thing really ties together. Stunning and so happy to see this over at Left of Center.

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  2. Thanks for joining in with the Ribbon Girl Card Challenge - best of luck! Mary x

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  3. Wow this turned out beautifully. Love your coloring. Thanks for joining us this month at Ching-Chou Kuik Challenge.
    Linda K. DT

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  4. Beautiful image beautiful art. Thank you for joining us at A Step In The Dark.

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  5. Andrea, what a stunning card albeit out of your comfort zone. It fits perfectly the Ching-Chou Kuik Digital Stamps Inspiration and Challenge Blog Monthly Challenge this month of “fancy and frills”. Even more FANTASTIC is that you have used one of Ching-Chou Kuik's digital stamps. Don’t forget you are entitled to two entries into the monthly Blog Challenge draw as you have used a Ching-Chou Kuik image. For the first entry link to the card/creation you have created. For your second entry just link to your main blog.

    Thank you for entering, best wishes in the draw and for your support of this challenge. Kym (Ching-Chou Kuik Digital Stamps Design Team Leader)

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