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Thank you for visiting me today, I hope you see something here that you like. I love colouring digital images and I am on a few Design Teams.I am taking art classes with Kit and Clowder, and Make it Crafty. I hope maybe you will get some new ideas here or you can leave comments and links so I will be picking up new ideas from you. Anyway I will put on the kettle and have some cupcakes at the ready...

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Carnivorous Angel for Creepmas

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both by Rick St. Dennis

The Smeared and Smudged blog list is on the right hand side bar you should have arrived here from Julie and your next stop should be Jane

The 13 days of Creepmas Blog list is on the right hand side bar you should have arrived here after AEIOU...and sometimes why  and your next stop should be Church of Halloween

This is one angel you wouldn't want on your shoulder! He really is very tatty and that tinsel halo isn't fooling anyone.
The extra spooky window is from a range by Rick that I haven't seen before, you can find this window and much more spooky stuff here   Printed onto neenah, coloured with promarkers and spectrum noir pencils. Papers and fancy stuff added in Craft Artist 2.

10 comments:

  1. Awesome window, love it! Great Angel to guide me through Creepmas! Wonderful stuff Sue!~kim

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  2. Gotta say I wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley. LOL Scarey dude. Love how the window looks in that brick wall. xxD

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  3. Fabulous and love the window sooo much! I only have my Cricut for a window like that...very naughty looking angel!

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  4. And if his halo doesn't give him away, his sewed-up mouth and rather bad skin tone will! Love this piece!

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  5. I'm with Donna, I wouldn't want to meet in in a dark alley or a bright one either!!! I do like the window frame - great work.

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  6. Fantastic combination of images.

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  7. I was admiring that window in the Smeared shop just yesterday - it looks even better "in the flesh" as it were and it complements your angel wonderfully :)

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  8. Brilliant use of Rick's window image with the brick wall and that, um.... angel is a hoot, LOL!

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  9. Have missed your posts while I have been deprived of Internet!! Another great post - wonderful images!!

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