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Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom
This is a blog I use to share my papercraft projects. I make them for friends and family, as well as selling them to fund my craft stash. You can get in touch with me at loumac03@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to place a commissioned order.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Happy Vampy

Good morning Quixotic-ers! :) Sorry this project is going up a little later here on my blog, it was up on Quixotic yesterday evening - I hope you had a chance to look! :)

I've used a cute? if you can call it that, Halloween stamp from Kraftin' Kimmie - Happy Vampy.. nothing but sheer delight on their faces!! A bit like me nearer Halloween. I love it. I wish the UK made a big deal of it like the US - it would be fab-o-lous!!

I've coloured these two characters using a mix of ProMarkers and Copics. I felt like going for an unusual hair colour and Halloween is the perfect time for some bright green do's - so there ya have it! I've used a strip of lime green cardstock to stamp the sentiment, also from the Happy Vampy set to tie in. I've used a square punch on each end to create a banner. My usual doodling and distressing ties the pieces together.

I hope you have a great day, whatever you're doing - despite the weather. I'm off to work in about 20 minutes and then I'm off to the doctors later on for my flu jab. THEN I gotta come home and (have a nap) get cracking with my DT work.

I finished my order of tags for Floating Vintage Design's next jewellery collection - Make, Do and Mend!! Yippeee. I had great fun doing them, all 20! :) Pictures to follow soon. Kate is in York tomorrow, so if you could stop by and check her out she would really appriciate it! :)

No rest for the wicked, as they say! ;)

1 comment:

  1. fantastic tag lou.am loving the spooky image and her green hair is brilliant :D

    xx coops xx


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