Happy Friday everyone! Has this week gone by fast or what? Where does the time go, I wonder. Most days it feels like there are not enough hours in the day!
Today my card is for the third Friday of the month A Day For Daisies challenge # 4 "As much black as possible!". I tried something a little different---an Easel Card and I used vellum in the oval after printing the "Spooky Tree" digital image and embossing it with black embossing powder.It looks a bit wrinkled at the top of the vellum in this photo, but it really isn't. Then I placed a battery operated tea light behind it. I think the light behind the tree gave a nice warm glow. I borrowed this idea (with permission) from Bonnie from Priceless Scrapbooks and More. She made a beautiful Christmas card like this. The challenge is for us to use "as much black as possible" which would usually be kinda hard, but because it's Halloween time, it was alot easier. I had to use a touch of orange to give it a little punch! :-)
Image: A Day For Daisies
Papers: CS-Bazzill, DP-K*I Memories Pop Culture "Wing Ding", and Doodlebug Design "Tuxedo Dot"
Ribbon: May Arts Halloween collection
Gel Sentiment and Orange Disk: Gel Candy by K*I Memories "Haunted Shapes"
Page Pin Up: 4 in. Baroque Black by Karen Foster Design (hard to see in photo---pinned through orange ribbon knot)
Nestibilities: Oval and Scallopped Oval
Hope you enjoyed today's card---it proved to be a bit challenging putting all the layers together and making sure it all lined up well---but I LOVE how it turned out! Please jump over to A Day For Daisies, see the other DT entries, and give this challenge a try as well---the more the merrier!
Have a great weekend!
Hugs and God Bless!