Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Lawn Fawn August Inspiration Week - Hoppy Halloween

Hi friends! :)

The excitement continues today with another Lawn Fawn release, this time we're featuring a cute mini set, Hoppy Halloween. Even when Halloween is not very popular in Spain, I love it, all the decorations, the costumes, the bright colors... and of course, the stamps! ;)

So I've made a card with a spooky cute Halloween scene. This little vampire rabbit, Bunnicula, is sucking the juice out of all the carrots and wishing you a "Hoppy Halloween"! hee hee


I used other sets to complete the scene. I wanted a castle for our cute little vampire and then I thought: I have the perfect one! The castle of Critters Ever After colored in dark tones is a perfect spooky castle, don't you think?

The other elements are from Happy Haunting, a set that I totally love <3

I hope you like my little scene! Don't forget to visit the Lawn Fawn blog for amazing inspirating inspiration and a cool giveaway!!

And please, come back tomorrow, we will be featuring another stamp set :)

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: Hoppy Halloween, Critters Ever After, Happy Haunting and A Birdie Told Me
- Memento ink: Tuxedo black
- Stardust Stickles
- Copics
- Distress inks

20 comments:

Elise C. said...

Wow, I really like the little scene you created! That castle works great for this scene and I really like the carrots! :)

Kanan Pandya said...

I like your card very much...love the colors and yes love those carrots too...;-)

Thank you very much.... :-)

Melanie said...

You did such a great job coloring your scene. Love those carrots!

Tami B. said...

This is absolutely fabulous! I wish you would do a video tutorial on how you did it. The coloring is beautifully done and the drained carrots....brilliant!

conil said...

Incredibly fun and clever. Just gorgeous.

Lauren, Crafts by: readysetLove said...

your card is amazing! love the carrots. such a great idea. :)

lauren

(sorry if i commented twice - my computer is being silly and i'm not sure if the other one went through) :)

Barb Ghig said...

I really LOVE the scene you created with this cute stamp set! Great color palette, too!!!

Aida said...

You did such a great job! So adorable! I cant wait for halloween!

Laurel said...

Oh wow! This is fantastic! I love the sucking the color our of the carrots! Love the scene you created! As always, this is fantastic!

Lisa T said...

Wow, this is amazing! Love your scene.

Wendy G. said...

Very imaginative and also very cute!

Amy Smidebush said...

This card is GENIUS! I LOVE how the bunny is draining the carrots! HILARIOUS! PLus, that castle looks AMAZING! BRAVO!

Lalo said...

love the background!! Adorable card too!!!

Terri (blindstamper) said...

I adore your scene! So well-done and creative (with the other sets and the drained carrots)!

Kari Webster said...

This card is out of this world! You're so smart and clever on the ideas you come up with - The carrots - OMGoodness!!!! You rock girl!

Ruth G said...

Love your card! Are you familiar with Bunnicula? It's a children's book (4th - 6th grade level). Your bunny definitely reminds me of Bunnicula! Fabulous! Thanks for sharing!!!

Sabine said...

What a fun and cute scene you created! I love how the bunny sucked out all the carrot juice and how they look all pale now ;)
Really great and fun!

Renee said...

Ahhhh, how cute Yainea!!!! LOVE the drained carrots! You always come up with the cutest scenes! Lawn Fawn is very lucky to have you on their team!

Tashina said...

I LOVE THIS CARD. Would you be willing to do a video to show us how to use copics to make the sky look that way? I would appreciate it so much!

Yainea said...

Tashina, thank you so much for your nice comment :)
I didn't use copics on the sky, it's colored with distress inks, I used: Shaded Lilac, Seedless Preserves and Dusty Concord. I think you could get a similar look using copics with an air-brushing system but I don't have it, sorry.
I hope you find this useful, if you have any other question, just e-mail me or leave another comment! :) Thanks!