Sunday, February 13, 2011

Fun, dancing ghouls and other Valentine's Day happenings


I recently won a challenge over at Anita Be Stampin'. With the credit that I won to her store, as well as my Paypal balance that's been sitting there for all of....oh...maybe a week, I purchased the Diva stamp bundle. This fun little dancing ghoul is part of the bundle. I don't think it's available any longer, but you can still buy the stamps individually.

My friend Michele is a huge fan of horror movies and all things scary, so I had to ink her up and make Michele an unconventional Valentine's Day card. Now, I know, I have been going on and on about how I don't "do" Valentine's Day. However, Michele has been going through some rough times lately and recently got some news that just sucks. I wanted to lift her spirits a little. Since it will be late if I mail it out now, I'm going to sneak by her house at some point tomorrow and leave it where she'll find it right away. I hope she likes this little chickie, and I hope this doesn't make you think that I actually like Valentine's Day. I'm just indifferent. If you want to send me some chocolate to change my mind, feel free.

5 comments:

Sara I. said...

hey you - i think this is pretty awesome!!! Love all your layering and details like the bats and the bracket! Love how you inked her up and especially love that cloud of sparkle she's standing in!!!! Sending you a big huge big box of virtual chocolate (hugs)

The Scrappy Cottage said...

Now thats a way to make a card personal. You have such a wonderful way of thinking outside the box and making thinks look amazing.....

Starla B. said...

What a great card, sweetie! She's going to love it!

Brenda said...

Gina, so glad you got this set. I can tell you are really going to enjoy it!! Love the card! She is fantastic! Great design, what is it with you and bats lately!!!

Tracy S said...

This is so cool. I am glad you got this bundle.. I know I am going to enjoy seeing all that you end up making with them. I love this girl.. your design, paper choices and those bats are perfect.