Have a Monster Halloween!

October 26, 2018 1 Comment

Have a Monster Halloween!

Hi everybody! Cathy here having a little fun with the Coffee Monster stamp set for Halloween. This is one of my favorite Gerda Steiner stamps and they looked like they wanted some candy to go with that coffee!
I stamped and masked the monsters with a light gray Copic friendly ink and did some no-line Copic coloring with colored pencil accents. 
 
The candy pieces and sentiment are from an MFT stamp set, but the candy pieces from the Gerda Steiner Where is the Candy? 4x6 stamp set would work perfectly with this too!
Since the card base is black, I added a white insert inside and couldn't resist adding a little surprise.
Is it just me, or do they look really happy for the candy?
 
Hope you enjoyed and see you soon!
 
Cathy
 



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SmilynStef
SmilynStef

November 02, 2018

That is just too spooky-cute.

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