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Thursday, October 1, 2015

TTPH Sept inspiration...Hocus Pocus


Hi Everyone,


The theme was halloween/Magical - but as we dont send halloween cards I tried to keep it as a general greeting card.

Recipe

Skin - Promarker blush, Lyra pencils light flesh, med flesh
Hair - Promarker tan, Lyra pencils burnt ochre, vasn dyke brown, dark sepia, cinnamon, raw umber
Roses - PM lipstick red, Lyra pencils pale geranium lake, light carmine
             PM sunflower, Walnut Hollow pencil yellow ochre, Lyra pencil candy yellow
             PM honeycomb, Lyra pencils canary yellow, orange yellow, light orange
             PM moss, Lyra pencil moss green
             PM lemon, Lyra pencils lemon cadmium, light chrome
Corset - PM pale pink, Lyera pencils pink madder lake, Derwent pencil pink
Cloak - PM Ice grey 3, cool grey 4, Lyra pencils cool silver, grey, cool dk grey, Faber Castel pencil                                         warm grey v


The backing paper is a sheet of Black Cherry Bitty Pad from Provo Craft.

The roses I made with ribbons.



Please come and join our challenges over at Through The Purple Haze. We love to see what you do.

kind regards

Theresa

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I would like to enter this project into the following challenges ;-

5 comments:

  1. Love the way you did her eyes, and I love the flowers, Theresa! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  2. Hocus Pocus, pretty, pretty! Thank you for playing again with our challenge at the House That Stamps Built.

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  3. Wow - even your blog is halloween shades! Amazing. Thanks for sharing this with us at The House That Stamps Built.

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  4. She looks really wizard like. I love the colours.
    Thanks for playing with us at Inspiration Destination.
    Good luck. xxx Michelle (DT)

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  5. Very pretty! I have paper in my stash just like that "vine-y" one you used and have never been able to use it. But yours looks really cool. I'll have to try taking a look at mine again. Love all your flower embellishments. Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built. Sorry it's taken me so long to comment; life has been crazy this week.

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