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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...

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

On the First Day of Creepmas

Snakes and Rats (Kevin)
by Rick St. Dennis
Doorway yet to be linked
by Rick St. Dennis
Autumn window skulls
by Rick St. Dennis
Background is a mixture of Mischief Circus kits

Kevin had survived Halloween. Fifi had finally dried her fur and of course it had gone frizzy. Betty who lived in Kevin's pocket had come off worse. She died the day Kevin was rescued from the lake. One of the ghouls was a part time taxidermist and he treated and stuffed Betty and arranged her in an almost natural position and stitched her into Kevin's front pocket. Kevin was feeling festive. He strung Creepmas lights outside his house underneath the bats. The bats were quite annoyed at this but stayed where they were after Kevin had tied their legs to the wires which held the lights in place. In fact.. the waving of their wings lent a somewhat cozy look to the place. It was agreed amongst the animals of the lake that a party should be held at Kevin's Pit.. of course no-one thought to ask Kevin if he minded. Kevin had just settled down to watch Dragons Den.. one contestant had just been barbequed and another was waiting to see if he had answered correctly when there was a loud knock on the door.

I have been invited to be a Guest Designer at the Dream in Darkness Challenge Blog. I am so pleased and honoured to have been asked and I hope you will visit them for much more creepiness.
As always I used neenah, promarkers, pencils and Craft Artist 2

17 comments:

  1. Hurrah, the start of another brilliant chapter being revealed in your blog

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    1. I hope you will be well rested.. we are all going to be very busy over at Kevin's. x

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  2. Wonderful Creepmas scene, poor bats!

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    1. I hope you will visit often... you may find yourself helping Kevin battening down the hatches. x

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  3. Sue - this is brilliant! Love the idea of tying the lights to the bats! xxx

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    1. Thank you Deborah, it does keep them tidy, x

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  4. Do you realize I have to wait two days to see who is behind the knock on the door? hahaha lovely piece. very beautiful.
    Hugs

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    1. Hi Susan, I hope you will rest in-between the posts...we're really going to need you on this one.... x

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  5. As always a pleasure to visit and today is no exception. Patiently waiting to find out who knocked on the door. Love the image you chose one of my favourites :) xx

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  6. and the saga continues...now what in the world is going on by or in the lake now! Awwww poor Betty but at least she's still all nice and cozy in Kevin's pocket! Love the lights tied to the bats...that's going to end in delightful disaster I'm sure! Fabulous start to creepmas Sue, just love this scene!

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  7. I have been waiting for the next instalment!! Glad you are here!
    Fab creation to this next part of the story.
    Thank you for sharing!
    Susan
    Calling All Crafters! – My Blog!

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  8. I just love the poor stuffed Fifi in his pocket...so sweet yet creepy! Love the way this one is going and love the make with it fits perfectly! Thanks for playing at our house for Creepmas hugs xx

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  9. There's a Dragon's Den? Wow, bet there's a spin-off story there :)

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  10. Just catching up here. Can't miss a Creepmas story. Everything is looking quite festive. Sweet that Kevin still wants to keep Betty close. Yellow snowballs. YUM! LOL xxD

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