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Best Witches with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

This past week end, my mojo was totally working for me. I got 6 cards done. That is amazing since usually I struggle to get 2-3 done. And I didn't even craft on Saturday because we took a trip down to Ikea to check out furniture and storage solutions for my future craft room. Yeah me! Okay, I am going to pipe down now before my muse thinks I am cocky and totally deserts me and get to the details of my LSS DT card.


I had fun making this card. I created the pumpkin using 3 ovals cut using my nesties. I embossed them and inked the edges. The stem was hand cut and then embossed and inked. After I assembled the pumpkin, I folded a matching piece of orange paper (for the fold in the card) and then traced my pumpkin. I cut it out for my card base and attached my pumpkin to the front. Does that make sense? If you would like more info, please feel free to email me.



I thought Lindsay's cute little witch from Cute Halloween would look perfect here. She is attached using pop dots from some dimension. I am still practicing using my Copic markers. This is the first time I tried to color anything black. Some parts of her look better than others but I was afraid to keep messing around with her.



Here is a look at the complete Cute Halloween set.






Please visit the rest of the DT blogs to see their LSS creations this week. As always, Lindsay will have a freebie on her blog.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Laurel Seabrook
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen
Tracy Vinson

Thank you for looking!



Challenges:

Supplies:


  • Stamps: Cute Halloween from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff (mygrafico.com), Studio G stamps
  • Papers & CS: Neenah Solar white CS, PTI kraft, misc orange
  • Inks: SU Chocolate Chip, Momento black
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Oval Nestabilities, Swiss Dots embossing folder, Distressed Stripes embossing folder, Copic & Prismacolor markers
  • Embellishments: Raffia, PTI button twine, misc button, Sakura gold gelly roll glitter pen

Comments

What a cute stamp and so creative to use the nesties to make a pumpkin! You did a great job with the Copics, I am fairly new and would think black would be difficult, but wow, you did awesome. Have an awesome day.
chris said…
Hi Cheryl wow, wow, wow, I love this so so much, its so special. hnugs chris xx
Pat (mspfd) said…
This is totally gorgeous! What a creative/fabulous Halloween card. Your image is fabulous and the pumpkin is pure genius!
Gemma said…
a lovely creation Cheryl! Thanks for taking the time to join in with this weeks challenge at One Stitch at a Time! Gemma :)
Laurel said…
This is so sweet!
Joycelyn Turner said…
Awww!!! How sweet is this!!! Very cute image and your coloring is fantastic!
How adorable! Love how you made the pumpkin and the embossing adds a nice touch. Thanks for joining us at StampInsanity!
Cindi said…
cute, cute cute!! what a fun card
:)
Karin said…
Super sweet and totally creative card! Awsome coloring job too.
Margie said…
This is adorable! I love the embossing, adds just the right touch!
Jo Davies said…
How cute Cheryl...such a great card indeed! Thanks for sharing with us this weeks "Anything Goes" challenge at One Stitch At A Time! hugs Jo xxx
Joanne Travis said…
This is just as cute as can be!!
Thanks for sharing with us and for joining Speedy's Friends this week!
MiamiKel said…
Absoolutely adorable! I love seeing pumpkins with the swiss dots background - outstanding coloring!
How cute is she?? Love how you made the pumpkin! Have you seen those pimple-y ones in real life? They are weird!!!

I have TWO Ikea tables in my room for crafting. I LOVE them!!

I will go to their on line catalog and send you a link of what I use. LOVE IT!
Maria
Lorraine A said…
brilliant card !! I love the pumpkin shape and tmbossing ,, fab idea ,, the witch is very cute too :-)

thanks for joining us on the Stamp Something Challenge :-)
Luv
Lols x x x
Tammy said…
This is awesome Cheryl!! I love that image and the embossed pumpkin is fantastic!
Lynn McAuley said…
Sensational work on this delightful shape card!! What a Halloween delight!!


Thank you so much, Cheryl, for creating this amazing card to toss into Speedy the Cat's pumpkin patch for this week's challenge!!
Riet said…
So beautiful Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.x
Carla said…
Wow!! What a wonderful Halloweem card!

Hugs,
Carla
1CardCreator said…
Great card Cheryl, I love how you colored her in too, the shading is perfect! I love how you made the whole card the shape of a pumpkin too. ~Diane
Elizabeth said…
Very cute card - love it!
Laura said…
What a beauty.I'm going to have to case this.And I went to see the shop.The digi's are so cute.Thanks for joining us at stamps r us
Marlene said…
Oh, I love your pumpkin!! The embossing is perfect. That witch is just too cute, too!
Dragonlady said…
Hi Cheryl

Love how you made the pumpkin. Thanks for playing along at Aud Sentiments.

Hugs Ali x
Beth said…
Hi Cheryl!! This is SO cute! I completely love this - using the ovals to make the punkin - GENIUS!!! :)) Thank you so much for sharing with us at StampInsanity!!
Very pretty, love the way you used the nesties :) tfs
Julie said…
6 cards in one weekend! Were they all as pretty as this one? Love how you made the pumpkin. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments
Hugs,
Julie
Lisa Jane said…
i love that pumpkin - what a brilliant idea - may have to remember that one!
Thanks for joining us at Sarah Hurley challenges this month
Lisa ;)
Rhonda said…
Cheryl,
this is fabulous! Again I have to say you are the most clever person I know.
ljurecek said…
What an adorable pumpkin, Cheryl! And your coloring is superb!
Denise said…
Great coloring job, and very creative thinking on the pumpkin!
FitterTwit said…
This is perfect for the holiday season!!! Thank you so much for joining us for this week's challenge at The Town Scrapper!
Shelly Schmidt said…
So sweet- love your pumpkin and love the witch- your coloring is wonderful! TFS
Kelly Schelske said…
Oh my gosh this is adorable! Thanks for joining us this week at The Town Scrapper!
CuddlyBunny said…
Uhoh! I'll have to steal this idea!

Your pumpkin is just OutStanding! Excellent embossing and inking and your cute Lindsay witch! Super!

Thanks for dropping in at the Drunken Stampers craft pub!
SuzanneK said…
Fantastic, love the pumkin and your colouring is fab. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.
Adorable pumpkin card! Love the embossed effect. Very nice coloring. Perfect for our challenge.Thank you for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge and hope to see you again soon.
Hugs,
Danielle
ona_i_ja said…
Cheryl, your card is amazing. I love it(image and colours). I like pumpkin shape.
Great Job!
Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week. Good Luck!
Hugs from Poland,
Agnieszka
Tamara Bennett said…
I love the dotted pumpkin! So cute!
REally love the pumpkin shaped card. The emossing looks great. What a great touch to add the raffia bow too.

Smiles!
Gwen DTC~ACLP
Vicki Dutcher said…
This is too cute!! Fabulous coloring with that black! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!
coldwaters2 said…
Hi Cheryl, wow, this is absolutely gorgeous what a brilliant bit of creativity that pumpkin card with the little image is first class thank you so much for sharing this with us at Aud Sentiments.
Hugs
Lorraine x
Meg said…
What a great card! I love how you made the pumpkin--so clever!
Virgo5 said…
Oh I love this, great pumpkin, and I love the texture, specially on the stem!
Audrey said…
Wow! Your mojo is definitely working! What a clever idea for the pumpkin! I love it! Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments and don't forget to enter in our October monthly drawing going on right now.
Melissa Craig said…
This is really cute! I love the textured pumpkin and the witch is adorable.
SUPER CUTE Cheryl! LOVE the embossing, and the image is too cute. Thanks so much for playing along at BUGABOO's 3-D Halloween challenge and also at STAMPIT CRAZY's anything goes challenge:)
I just love this cute little pumpkin card! So clever! Love how you're used the fall colors to create this fabulous card! Don't you just love the colors of fall? It's my favorite time of year!

Thanks for playing along with us this week at Stamptacular! Hope you'll join us again soon for some more challenge fun!

Hugs,
Priscilla
Lindsay Weirich said…
Love this cheryl, the embossing adds just the right touch!
Tami said…
Thanks so much for playing at Gingerloft I love your card:)
Micki said…
oh girl this is awesome!!!!! totally awesome. hugs
deesdesigns said…
Super Cute! Love all the little details you added to the card - it really works. I think you did a fantastic job coloring the black as it is one of the toughest colors to work with.

I really like the embossed detail to your pumpkin and the straw tie is perfect for the Fall themes!

Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments - hope to see again at our next challenge.
Hugs,
Dee
Tracey said…
Gorgeous Pumpkin card Cheryl, love the embossing & that image is fab :)

Hope you're having a great weekend.
Hugs
Tracey
xx
Super cute!! Love the fun pumpkin shape!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at ACLP!!
Sheri-ACLP DT
craftykitten said…
Fabulous project Cheryl, great colours. Thanks for joining in our Halloween challenge at Aud Sentiments.
Hugs
Dawn x
Kathy said…
Such a fun shaped card! Cute little witch image too!
Nikki Schmaltz said…
Wow Cheryl! Love this. Your mojo WAS working. This is just so adorable. Thanks for sharing at ACLP:D
4kids2many said…
Great cards, glad to see you are back.
Micki said…
OMG, this is totally awesome. Clever, clever way to create the pumpkin card and I simply love how you colored the cute witch!

Love it.

hugs
Piali said…
Wow!! Super cute!!Thanks for playing along with us at ACLP!!
Heather "Hev" said…
Magnificent :) Love it :)

Thank you for joining us this week at Incy Wincy Designs

Would love it if you could come and visit my blog Vanilla Hevn sometime :)

Heather and the DT
Leanne said…
Cheryl this card is adorable!! You did great coloring her in. I'm not good with coloring black at all but wow you rocked it girlfriend! TFS!
Princess Scary said…
Gorgeous card! Thank you for joining us at Sarah Hurley Challenges, I hope you will come back again soon!

Sarah x
Maria Matter said…
love this Cheryl!!! totally adorable!
hugs & blessings!
Ruthie said…
This is so cute - your mojo is definitely flying strong!

Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments

Rx
Mary Anne said…
adorable witchie poo card...thanks for joing ur 1st babybuddesign challenge
Mary Anne
"bbd"

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