Friday, October 11, 2013

CCM DT Day....Just Wanna Say Hi

Hello Stampers! This is a 3 day weekend for us so I am looking forward to relaxing and hanging out with kiddos. Today I am sharing an all around Halloween theme card using this month's  CCM release called Costume Set 2.


I colored this little tiger in with Copic markers then did some fussy cutting. I then cut out a couple of shapes and popped the image on using 3-D foam tape. I used orange and black glitter paper to add some sparkle to my card. Last of all was a button with some black hemp cording and dew drops.
Please join the DT over at the CCM blog for more fun projects using this adorable new set.



Supplies:
Stamps: Chi Chi Memories (Costume Set 2)
Inks: Copic
Papers: The Robyn's Nest (orange glitter paper), Authentique (black glitter paper), SU (solid cardstocks)
Accessories: The Robyn's Nest (dew drops), Craft Store (button, hemp)
Tools: Spellbinders (square scallop die)

Linking to the following:

Tuesday Morning Sketches #219










Craftin' Desert Diva - anything goes with sentiment
Markerpop Challenge - anything goes with marker
Stamp and Create Blog - Fall or Halloween (monthly)
Bearly Mine-Challenges - ribbon, string or twine

5 comments:

Jessi Fogan said...

EEEEK! That tiger is just too adorable! Love how you coloured it & the embossing & stitching & gems :) Awesome! Thanks for coming to play at Tuesday Morning Sketches this week :)
I'm going to feature your card on our Facebook page this morning:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tuesday-Morning-Sketches/165327566909261?ref=hl

Michelle Pearson said...

simply the sweetest card! Thanks for playing the MarkerPop challenge! :)

Grandma Bonnie said...

Wow, Kim, I totally love this card! Thank you for using our sketch at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

Debbie said...

This is soooo cute!! Sweet image!!
Thanks for joining us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!

The Little Stamper said...

Great card and I love how you have used the string on your design. Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine and I hope to see you there again soon.

Sharon