Sunday, 1 October 2017

Let's Get The Spook On

Hello.  Welcome.  I can wait no longer to share some spooktacular fun.  OK, maybe this guy is too cute to spook!  But he's giving it his best shot.  Meet Franken-Henry.....

I had plans for die cuts and background stamping but at the end of the day this little dude just steals the show without any backing group.  I stamped CC Franken-Henry on a kraft card base and embossed with black powder.  Then I used sharpies for colour, with gold pilot marker bolts and white gelpen t-shirt.  I also added the BOO to his shirt using a black pen.  A splash of Ground Espresso distress ink applied with my water brush for a shadow and he's off and running.  

I've already spotted many Halloween themed challenges and the 
31 Days Of Halloween is up and running.  
The Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda design team is joining the fun again this year, posting something beginning with spook every day this month on the Portal to Creativity.  Hop over and join the fun.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Franken-Henry is joining the fun at
Hjerteboden Oktober Utfordring - Halloween
Papirplaneten Oktober Utfordring - Halloween
Addicted to CAS Challenge 121 - Favourite Stamp
Susan's 31 DOH Book


  1. He's a real sweetie, isn't he! Love the look of the sharpies against the kraft card, Jo x

  2. Thanks for entering my giveaway in the 31DOH at!
    Love your little Halloween make!!

  3. He is adorable and your coloring is fantastic!

  4. So cute :) Thanks for entering Hjertebodens October Challenge. Monica A - DT

  5. He is a cutie, Iona. Great for a youngsters Halloween card. Thanks for sharing him with us at Addicted to CAS.

  6. Lovely coloring! Thank for entering Hjertebodens October Challenge. DT Monica L


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