Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Day 18 of the 31 Days of Halloween

I have lots of pictures today so I'll try to have less words. This project was one that came of a piece into my head and it was just a matter of finding the stamps to see it though. There is one actual picture of the book. The rest of the post is from the digital pages I printed to put into the book as it didn't want to lie flat to get scanned. I tried printing on matte paper but ended up with glossy photo paper to get the sharp graphic look I was after.



 These two pages are the front and back covers.












Wicki Witch and the Haunted House and the door and the axe are from Rick St. Dennis.A lot of the bats are Inkadinkado but also 100 Proof Press (frogs and snail and teapot and cup too). Books and bookshelf are most likely Third Coast. The candy is Inkadinkado again. I used Chiller font for the witch's voice and A Mouthful of Beer for the kids' voices. Oh, the kids are that Michaels Halloween set.

I am sorry to hear that some Bloggers and Hoppers are under the weather and hope everyone recovers to be able to finish up. I'm actually feeling a little ahead of the game as Pam and I are going to a tiny stamp show this Saturday and I needed to get a wee bit ahead!

Another day of beautiful projects - if you haven't made it around to see the whole Hop, you should really try it!! Start with Terra at the top of the blogroll and go all the way! Thanks for all of the wonderful comments you are sending my way!! And now get on over and see what Lisa's done today!!


14 comments:

xfilekc said...

Your book is Fantastic. I love the pictures, narration (piddle puddle, hee hee) and great colours. I just love it.

Steph said...

OH my gosh this is the best Halloween story EVER! Love your creativity! What a fun little book :)

Mummy lade said...

gorgeous project and so fitting for our first challenge at Sparkle and Glitter, thank you for participating!

Candace Jedrowicz said...

Wow! This is amazing! Very very cool book!

silvia said...

LOVE the book!!!

Jane said...

A fantastic book love it
Hugs xxx

Pam Schmidt said...

Fabulous book and great story. Love everything you did here. Thank you for sharing your art.

Julia said...

Wow, this is awesome!
Hugs,
Julia

~Lady B~ said...

What a fabulous book! I am all smiles and giggles after reading it! You are so clever and creative and a wee bit twisted. LOL! No wonder I like you and your work! You're the best! :D

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Hahaha! That was a thoroughly entertaining read! Great job with images and story!

DonnaMundinger said...

HeeHee! what a fabulous tour. Love your story and wonderful imagination. Your work is always exceptional. xxD

Sandra said...

What a fabulous book ! Your work on it is amazing, and the result brillant :)

Kristina said...

This made me laugh, "The Brave Little Beggars" LOL Your digi work is so splendid! I love the way you constructed this book! Just too cool!
Peace,
Kristy

Dieverdog said...

This turned out great! I especially love the page with the house! This looks like it was a lot of work - but well worth the effort! I love how everything stands out on the black background. Sorry about missing the stamp show...