Welcome everyone to day 2 of the Sassy Studio Designs Halloween release. If you have arrived here from the spectacular Rina your in the right place. If not head back to SSD and start the hop there.
Lindsay has done a fabulous job once again. Are you just loving these images! I was fortunate to get the Vampire Slayer. Buffy is one of my sister's (Rhonda) favorite shows of all time.
This month's release comes with many prizes too. Leave a comment on each blog and there will be a drawing for a lucky winner to receive a prize. Then there's the Bingo contest you've been reading about. Make a card by choosing one of the lines in the card and link up to the SSD blog. Here is the card:
I chose the diagonal line with spider web, tombstone, free space (bones), ghost and blood.
To color my image I used Copics of course. The tombstone comes from Dress Me Up. The blood border punch is Martha Stewart as are the ghosts. The papers are from Making Memories and my stash.
My nieces wanted to play along too and so I am happy to show you Cara's card.
She did the Vampire Slayer also. She and her sister Cortlynn are becoming quite the crafters. You can see her blog here. They both love to get comments so hop on over and give them some love too.
Next on your hop is the magnificent Jackie! Don't forget to leave comments for your chance to win. In case you get lost, here is an entire list of the hop. Have fun!
Sassy Studio Designs has rotated the teams once again and I am back on the Fabulous Freebie Friday team on Paper Craft Planet. Today's freebie is called Support a Cause. The challenge is called Support the Girls. Your project must be one of encouragement or support. You get a bonus if your project has pink in it. I grabbed everything pink I could find and got to work.
I colored my image with Copics. I must sayI did it very quickly. My work schedule has been crazy lately and I am trying to squeeze in my crafting when I can. I did something I have never done before. I purchased and used washi tape. I am not a fan of washi tape but I believe in giving things a try. I used it down the middle of a card where I would have normally used ribbon. What do you think?
Please head over to the Sassy Studio Designs PCP group and check out what the rest of the team has done. Don't forget to grab your freebie while you're there.