9.04.2008

Mojo returneth?

I think I got a little of it back late last night.
From the first moment I saw the Fresh Air Favorites stamp set, I knew I had to have it for Halloween... yes, I know *freak*. There are a couple of images in there that really look like you could creep-them-out with just the right color palette:

Stamps: Fresh Air Favorites, Boo! GWP, From the Heart GWP
Paper: DCWV purple, Bazzill Mono Yellow-Greens, black & white c.s.
Ink: Noir Palette, Moonlight White Brilliance
Other: edge distresser, paper piercer, pop dots, sanding block

I really like this one. It's almost got a creepy-elegance to it?! The second photo is more true-to-life colors.
What do you think?

12 comments:

Allison said...

Gorgeous...so unique and creepy!

shannon said...

Ooooh, I like! Elegantly creepy...that's good!

Lisadwb said...

Creepy, in a good way!! LOL I do believe your MOJO is in da house!

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

Elegant indeed.
:-)

nic_d said...

This is one of my favorite images in the set! I love how you creeped it out. Wickedly cool and elegant...which isn't an easy combination to achieve. You go, girl!

chelemom said...

LOVE it!!! I think my mojo took off with your mojo, cuz mine has been missing too...... LOL!

Stampin' Meg said...

hmmm kinda like a big droopy venus fly trap!

Cindy C. said...

I don't know how you see things like that. I would have never thought to make it creepy. Cute maybe - but not creepy. :)

Miss ya!

Mel M. M. M. said...

OMG! I love creepy elegance! That flower looks like deadly knightshade, so gorgeous. The three of them repeated looks SO stunning (in a completely terrifying way of course) ;o) Love the sanded cardstock & the paper piecing; they add a sweet touch. :O)

Debbie Olson said...

Elegantly creepy is a great look! I love the colors and the sanding and distressing--beautiful!

Beverly said...

Love this one! It reminds me of "Little Shop Of Horrors" ...LOL "Feed me Seymore!"

Beverly said...

Love this one! It reminds me of "Little Shop Of Horrors" ...LOL "Feed me Seymore!"