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Monday, 13 September 2010

Spooky September Blog Hop

Hi folks, welcome to my part of the Elusive Images Spooky September Blog Hop! First of all, there is a special offer over at Elusive Images  right now that I would like to tell you about. There are some super Halloween stamp sets available, perfect for this time of year. There are two A5 sets and two DL sets for you and a super special offer when you buy more than one set. There is an inspiration sheet featuring the work of the talented Design Team , guaranteed to get you reaching for those oranges, purples, blacks and sickly greens – all great ghouly fun! There is some blog candy this week too.
The first thing you need to do to win some free stamps is to find them! All this week the Design Team are showing you some of their Halloween artwork and some of them have candy to give away, so go grab a cuppa and be prepared to visit some inspiring blogs.
At least two team members have blog candy to give away, so why not go visiting and see what you can win. Winners will be announced on Friday 17th.
I have made a Halloween card using two of my favourite images on the new stamp plates, in conjunction with some other Elusive Images stamps.

Firstly, I made an arch shaped card, and stamped the cloud, moon and bats image in Jet Black Stazon Ink. I stamped this again onto making tape, and covered my original image. I took some Crushed Olive, Forest Moss and Dusty Concord Distress Inks, and blended them across the page. I then stamped two trees, one in black, and one in grey to create a scene, and then stamped the raven on the tombstone on the right hand side. I stamped this again on a seperate piece of card, and decoupaged it on top of the first image, to give some depth to the scene. I stamped the small scroll leaf design from the Tall Trees stamp set around the edge of my card, as this feels quite gothic in design. I then stamped the words on the left hand side to balance the card design. Finally, I watercoloured the clouds with Weathered Wood Distress Ink, and added a tiny touch of Stickles to the Raven's eye.

To be in with a chance to win some Blog Candy, here is what you will need to do:
1. Become a follower of The Elusive Images Design Team Blog and my Blog.
2. Post a link on your Blog linking back to the giveaway.
3. Leave a comment.

The winner will be chosen by Random Org at the close of the Blog Hop on Friday September 17th and the winner will be announced after 5.00 p.m.

You can reach the Elusive Images Design Team Blog by following the link in my sidebar and the other design team members are listed below:
Phree
Lesley
Ikki
Debbie
Elaine
Miranda
Have a spooky day everyone, and thank you for stopping by! Judith xx

27 comments:

Miranda said...

Hi Judith, love your beautiful Hallow card! Great start of the Hop!
p.s now running back to my mailbox, LOL, greetz, Miranda

Elaine said...

Hi Judith

great card - suitable shade of sppoky green. All this hopping is going to wear me out!

Elaine x

ikki said...

Hi Judith, your arched card look very halloweeny! Great outlay and use of these fab stamps. ikki

Bets said...

The more I see of these images the more I like them. Great Card!!

Aquarius said...

Tghe arch shape is so suitable for this spooky card - I'm having problems though with leaving comments on every hop - Mr.Blogger isn;t playing nicely today

Jacqueline said...

like the gothic arch what a great idea

Jackie Beatson

Dianne said...

Ooooo, spooky! Love it!

Lil Sis said...

Oh wow love this, the raven looks brillaint against that background
Beccy x

Sarah Liz said...

Fab shape Judith, and I think I need those new trees ... S x

veronica said...

love the spooky graveyard!

lionteen said...

Very unusual and I love it thank for shareing

crafty flossie said...

Hi Judith. The arch shape of your card works so well. The raven on the headstone is rather chilling.
Hugs
Debbie

Alexandra said...

I love the images on this arch,looks like a cool moon lit walk in a spooky wooded, ancient graveyard. It gives me shivers thinking of it, lol
Alexandra x

Kezzy said...

I love the card and also love the stamps.
Kerry

Sarah said...

A very spookilicious arch, fabulous!

craftimamma said...

Hi Judith, I'm having terrible trouble getting in and out of blogs let alone leaving comments. Apparently others are having some problems too so at least it isn't just me.

Love your gothic arch card. Love the way that scroll leaf works around the edges and the colour is great for Halloween.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Gina said...

A lovely atmospheric card. Love the gothic arch.
Gina R x

Phree said...

Lovely gothic arch card Judith. Those stamps are just the best fun to play with!

LizM said...

Hey Judith, I love this card - it's so GOTHIC! Fab-u-lous!! I'm going to HAVE to have these stamps in my stash! I NEED them, honest.
well done, you,
Liz M.

Wellington said...

There's only one word to describe that card - it's haunting! Very eerie (sp?) Love it!

PaulineC said...

Love the arch shape it goes so well with the theme.

themessycraftroom said...

Hi this shape works lovely with the spooky stamps you've ysed. A great card. x ChrisB

joan.turner said...

Hi Judith, like the use of the gothic arch - it certainly adds effecr to those stamps. Joan x

Claire said...

Wow, I love your spooky card - beautiful stamping. This blog hop is proving to be a real treat :-)
Claire xx

Max said...

I never send or received a halloween card but might be tempted to start as an excuse for having these sets LOL!

Luv'n'Stuff
Max
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gillian_hopkins said...

Love the edging around your gothic arch. Great combo for Halloween.

Princess4Wiz said...

Fab work, Judith!

You are very talented.

Beth. x

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