Friday, September 22, 2017

Witching you the Best

Hey there Crafty Friends,

Today I'm posting a card I was inspired to finish for a Crafty Friend. I started working on this image a while back but only colored the eyes and skin. Last night I colored the hair, clothing and background and I didn't stop until I finished the coloring. Yay!

I used Prismacolor pencils on Kraft Paper to color Witch Willa from http://www.kraftinkimmiestamps.com For the background I used distress inks and I drew in some details like the spider and spiderweb also added golden shimmer to the clothing and jewelry with some gel pens. The dies are from Craftin Desert Divas Fancy Frame Dies
Inside scalloped rectangle dies  and My Creative Time Stitched Rectangular Frames Dies and More



Distress Inks: Black Soot, Salty Ocean, Seedless Preserves and Mustard Seed. 

 Here is a close-up.

Don't you love the little toad's expression?! Haha



I hope you like my card. 


Thank you for visiting.


Katya Bess

4 comments:

  1. This is just so pretty it makes me want to get this stamp and try to color it as nice as this! I doubt it but if I can get close I'll be happy!

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the glow from the wand and around the book and wow to that background! Thanks for joining our challenge this week with Kraftin Kimmie Stamps.
    Marilyn DT

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  3. What a fun but somewhat scary you have made here which fits perfectly the Ching-Chou Kuik Digital Stamps Inspiration and Challenge Blog Monthly Challenge this month of “Fall/Fall colours/pumpkins”. Thank you for entering and best wishes in the draw. Kym (Ching-Chou Kuik Digital Stamps Design Team Leader).

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  4. Oh! Amazing card !! I love the beautiful background. Your design is perfect, each trench beautifully arranged.
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful card with us on CWAA.
    hugs,
    BożenA DT CWAA

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