Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Inkin’ Up the Skeletons today for the All About the Dead week on Stampendous using a bit of Dreamweavers and Glue Dots.
I began by first applying black embossing paste on a white card base using the Dreamweavers Damask Stencil. 
Allow it to dry completely.
Spray over embossed card base with Margarita Memories Mists.
Allow it to dry completely.
Stamp the prepared card base with and Industrial stamp image and black ink.
Stamp Skeleton Lady with black ink on white card stock.
Color with Copic Markers.
Tear around the excess paper from around image.
Using distress tool….distress edges.
Ink all edges with brown ink using blending tool.
Run two lines of Glue Dots down the side of the prepared card base.
Add pretty black ribbon.
Layered prepared pieces to top of card.
Add button with green ribbon bow to top with Glue Dots.
Add black bling to the corners of the purple distress pattern paper. 
I hope you enjoyed my Inkin’ Up with Skeletons Card using Dreamweavers Stencils and Glue Dots
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23 thoughts on “Inkin’ Up with the Skeletons….

  1. jcobb says:

    Never considered an elegant skeleton lady. Neat stamp!!!


  2. Bunny says:

    Ghoulishly good.


  3. Sue D says:

    I like the background and the distressing.sue in Ohio


  4. TracyM #6773 says:

    BOO-tiful card Pam!!!LOVE the ELEGANT skeleton walking amongst the tombstones, LOVE your stencilled background, the lace finishes it off perfectly!!!THANK YOU for sharing :)Tracy from Victoria, Australia


  5. Tracy says:

    My favorite card on the hop today!


  6. Jean says:

    Wow- this is amazing!!!


  7. Beautiful colors! Love that awesome background!


  8. I love your background! It reminds me of wallpaper in a Victorian home. Adding the lace is such a wonderful touch. Viki in Kansas


  9. Stampendous says:

    Vintage glamour! All those beautiful colors and yet still spooky, love how it all adds up to a glam walk through the graveyard! Thank you for posting today!


  10. I absolutely love this!!! I would make a box covered with this awesome skeleton lady and fill it with peanut butter skulls!! TFS!


  11. Love how you made the background paper.the torn and distressed edges really give the design a vintage, grunge look.Love this.thanks for sharing.


  12. Forgot to say I like in Illinois


  13. cghundley says:

    How unique andspooky looking!Carla from Utah


  14. Judy says:

    Love that stamp!! I really like the spooky images for Halloween and Stampendous has some great ones. Thanks for sharing. I'm from Iowa.


  15. Unknown says:

    Love the skeleton lady and the stencil


  16. FeM says:

    Yo made the skeleton look elegant. Great job.


  17. Unknown says:

    Fantastic card. Thanks for the directions.


  18. Katia says:

    awesome color combo, so beautiful!!!


  19. Stampendous says:

    The Dreamweaver Damask stencil creates the perfect background for your creepy/cool card. Thanks for sharing with us for Dreamweaver Thursday!


  20. Wow- another fantastic way to use this skelly stamp.Great details and combined use of materials.


  21. Wonderful project. Love that background!!!! TFSTeresa in California


  22. Love the attractive colors and the image itself is fabulous. love your background papers. Happy Day 30


  23. Anonymous says:

    Spook – tacular card ! Great background !


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