7.01.2009

It's never too early for Halloween... Boo Sprite Girl

Haa haa! I received several replies from FB & Twitter after my status update last night :) So, here is the little bit o' cuteness I was talkin' about:


Boo Sprite Girl


{squeal}


Isn't she abso-freakin-lutely adorable? I LOVE LOVE LOVE this new set from TAC. So versatile... I mean, we all know I can spook-up just about anything... but come on, isn't the image cute?


Stamps: Spunky Sprite Girls, Glitter Goblins (might be back in September), Punk Princess (retired)
Paper: Bazzill Mono-Oranges, Basic Black & Olive cardstocks, & Premium White cardstock
Ink: Noir Palette, VersaMark
Other: pop dots, black lace, distresser, Prismacolors w/ mineral oil, grey Tombow marker


I missed a spot on her hand, but I'll fix it later... just a quick swipe with the blending stump! The woven background is a leftover from my Paper Wings design team project, so that should peak a little interest, there {insert evil smiley w/ raised eyebrow & horns here}


The VersaMarked background really popped after I sponged a bit of Noir ink over the edges. The orange was really bright, and the Noir toned it down quite a bit.


What would be AWESOME is if I had a spring under the skull instead of a pop dot... oooooooo... me likey!


What do you think?

27 comments:

Patti J. said...

Who'd a thought to make her spooky? You would!!! I think this card just rocks - great job Barb!!!

Jennifer Carter said...

I'm not a big "Halloweener" (haha) but this is so cute! You are just too creative!!

Laurie said...

Ok Barb! We have to talk! I mean come on this is ridiculous!! YOU ARE SO STINKIN CREATIVE!!! I am not a halloweenie type person but I LOVE this! You made her so spooky cute! And the background? It's AWESOME!! You are SO good! :):)

Debra Hensley said...

WOW!!! She is adorable!! I absolutely love your creativity barb! I would never have thought to alter that cute image to fit any occasion.. I wasn't sure about this set but now I have to have it! You're amazing and so talented! Thanks yet again for the inspiration to think outside the box!

Kim said...

Ack, I LOVE this!!!! It is a Cah-yoot Halloweenie card!! Love the torn, layering in the background and all the skulls!!!

Chris said...

You are the bomb! I love these little sprites but never thought Halloween - of course you did! :) It's fantastic!!

Michelle said...

I LOVE how you can take a stamp and make it booo-itful, LOL! Seriously, this is too cool - you rock!

Anna said...

Okay, you so totally need to pull apart a pen to get a little spring! I love that idea! Very cute card. I like how you did the paper stripes. Very cool! Cute new set too!

LadybugSue said...

You know to be honest, I was not that fond of this set, but YOU
can make anything look special and I like it. It's gotta be the halloween theme!! Your card is too cool!!!

Rach said...

this is awesome what an amazing card. love the design. hugs rachxx

Seleise said...

oh my gosh - you are a SCREAM! :) love the card! what a hoot to use the skull instead of the flower!

kolling143 said...

Ok, I remember hearing you say at seminar that you wanted to "trick" her out for Halloween and I thought, no way.....but you did it!! I really like this!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Fabulous card! Love the background and the cute images. :o)

Sandy said...

Your creativity is so awesome Barb!!!

Jeanie said...

Too cute! I love it! :-)

Kim said...

What A Scream! To Stink'in CUTE!!! Whooo would have thought to turn her into a Halloweenie girl!!! ONLY YOU!!!! I luv this set & am so glad it's on the way... : )

KellyRae said...

OMGosh girl! She totally looks like the gal from the Growing up Creepy cartoon. I love how you used the Noir to warm up the edges and your black paper background is brilliant!

Sarah said...

I love what you did with this set! You're so creative!!!

Suzanne said...

OK, so at seminar I kept thinking eeuuww! But now, it's just wowzers!!!

inkmistress said...

This is just too freakin' much! Makes me want to make every stamp set I have into a Halloween stamp!

I know! You're not surprised!

Christina

Trudy Osborn said...

Oh MY! I would NEVER in a million years have though to use this set for anything but a girlie cutsie set, and definitely NOT Halloween. Super cute, super creative

Maria said...

You are absolutely the best and so creative, I was thinking in the lines of a candy striper for this girl. The ghoul girl is a cutie.

Sonia said...

Barb you are so creative.. love the "Halloween Girl", look so nice.

**Sony**

Photo Gal Jan said...

I have to have this now, and see how I can do my own spin of halloween on this!

Melisa Waldorf Angel #4405 said...

Holy CRAP Barb!! CREEPY-ADORABLE!! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!

Belyona said...

It's so unusual! :) I like it!

Andrea said...

this is amazing x