A Princess For Halloween!

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Good Morning!

Tomorrows October 1st, which only means two things in our house - Halloween decorations come out and new stamps being released from Claudia and Company! Yippee! Today's card is a sneak peek of what's to come!

Meet Princess Chloe!

Another adorable Puddle Jumper from the fabulous designer Lori Boyd!! And the best part is that she's also releasing a Halloween Treat Bag digi set...so you can turn Princess Chloe into a Trick or Treater!! And what perfect timing too because my Little Ray of Sunshine has been begging to be a Princess for Halloween since, oh, last Halloween! LOL

As usual, I colored Princess Chloe with my reinkers and aquapainter brush. I used SU's Morning Marigold on her dress and More Mustard for the shadows. Her hair was done using Antique Linen, Tea Dye and a teeny, tiny bit of Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Although, in this photo you can't see it too well, those streaks in her dress are areas of glitter I applied using a Quickie Glue pen. The sentiment is from the Birthday Lily set. Love how versatile she can be! That patterned paper is a 6x6 Girl's Paperie sample pack of paper I bought from Claudia's online store, DieCutsRUs. But those things fly out the door like hot cakes, so I can't link you to them....because they're all gone!

If you want to see some more sneak peeks, then check out what the rest of the Claudia & Co team have been working on this week! (The links are in my sidebar.) Or, if you'd rather keep it a surprise, then stop back here tomorrow for a huge blog hop where you'll see another Puddle Jumper, a new monster on the block....and our FABULOUS guest designer for October!! Bet you can't guess what FARM she's from?! ;)

Stamps: Claudia & Company 'Princess Chloe Digital Stamp' & 'Birthday Lily'
Inks: Creamy Caramel, Pretty In Pink, Morning Marigold, More Mustard, Sahara Sand, Distress Inks 'Antique Linen, Tea Dye and Vintage Photo'
Papers: Georgia Pacific, Bazzil Basics, PP - The Girls' Paperie
Access: Ribbon, Martha Stewart Edge Punch, Fiskars Decorative Scissors, Stampendous Crystal Snow Glitter, Machine Stitching, Dimensionals


Linda L said...

Oh my gosh she is adorable Sandra. Love the colours you've chosen and those PP's are some of my all time favourites. Enjoy the Halloween decorating:-)

Judy McMullen said...

What a beautiful "princess" card! She and and all the background papers are so very pretty! You do the best job of trimming paper with deco sissors! Love it!!!

Give your sweet princess a hug and a kiss from me. I'm looking forward to hearing the tooth fairy story!

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