Sunday, 5 October 2014

Pork Scratchings

Hello.  Welcome.   Did you have a fun world card day yesterday?   I hope you managed to get a card or two made.  Here's one I've made for the Mixed Media Mojo WCMD challenge.   They want Halloween or Fall with a twist of fabric.


I used some net-type fabric which is printed with metallic spider web.  I wrapped it around a black card panel and mounted it on a grey pearlescent card base.  I stamped DRS's Count Porkula and coloured with sharpies.  That pig is so cute!  The letters are Basic Grey Alphabet stickers.  I changed the colour a bit with an orange sharpie and added clear Wink of Stella.  I have also stuck red rhinestones on the web. 

Joining the fun at
Mixed Media Mojo Happy WCMD
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Finishing Touch
DREAM it UP - Happy Hallowthanksmas
Country View Challenge - Sparkle and Shine

Thanks for your visit.  Hugz

8 comments:

  1. ooooh I love that net fabric! It is awesome! Love the Count! Cool coloring! Thanks for joining our WCMD Challenge at Mixed Media Mojo!~kim

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  2. Now that is super cool, love that netting! Thanks so much for playing along with Mixed Media Mojo for World Card Making Day!

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  3. I would put this under a black light and light it up! Awesome job! Thanks for playing with us at Mixed Media Mojo! ~Niki

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  4. A pig in a spider web - not something you see every day - lol! Very cool card, Miss Gail!

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  5. Congrats on your win, Gail! This card is really cute!

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  6. LOve this guy! What a cute card Gail! happy Hallowthansmas this month at Dreamweaver STencils has been fun! Thanks for joining us!

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  7. that is so cute - thanks for joining us

    Barb Housner (DT)

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  8. Vampigra! very cute.
    Makes me smile.

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