Halloween with a Victorian Twist

Have I got a treat for you today!  It's time to share with you the final Halloween images of this year from Simply Betty Stamps, and oh boy are they beautiful.  Today we are previewing four of the Halloween Steampunk images, and tomorrow we will show you the final three and you'll be able to get them all in store, in gorgeous red rubber.

The Halloween Steampunks will not be available to purchase as digital stamps, a few lucky commentors will win them as digital stamps tho, so make sure you comment on all the DT blogs if you want to win the digital stamp.  You will notice a couple of my images are slightly different to the rest of the DT, as i've flipped them before printing them.  You can do this with the actual rubber stamps using the 'Kissing' Technique. Other than that I've not done anything to the images digitally, so you can re-create my cards with the rubber stamps. If your asking why i get to use the digital stamp and you don't, it's pretty simple, Simply Betty Stamps in based in the USA and I'm in the UK; and the postal systems are very slow, so to meet the release date I use the digital version of images.

Introducing Bella the Vampiress..
Isn't she a beauty, I coloured her with my Letraset Promarkers, and a little white gel pen. I added lots of tiny green gems to the card, and used a couple of them to give her some gorgeous green eyes.

Introducing Draco the Ghostly Gentleman..
I love Draco, such a scary face.  I thought he'd look cool in some bright colours, so went for these rather in your face lime, purple, and fuschia striped papers.  Afterall who said Ghosts had to be pale?  Here's a close up of his face to see, his rhinestud eyes, and the glimmer mist I added to him after I'd coloured him with Letraset Promarkers...

Let me introduce you too Gillian the Ghost...
As soon as I saw Gillian I knew i wanted to use these beautiful vintage rose papers with her, definately not my normal style of papers, but I think she looks stunning, and so sad!

And for today's final introduction, Here's Jacob the Warewolf...
Is he a Sexy Beast or What??  I kept this card quite simple, I used Sketch#350 from Splitcoaststampers.com for my layout, along with some Echo Park Halloween Paper, and some vintage damask paper.  Jacob is coloured with Letraset Promarkers, and then sprayed with glimmer sprays over a grid mask, before being added to the card.  I love how the grid over jacob echo's the background paper.

That's it from me for today, remember to come back tomorrow to see the final three images in this collection.  In the meantime, why not visit the Simply Betty Stamps Blog to see what the rest of the DT have done with these awesome images.

Bye for now
Suzi
xxx

Comments

Debbie said…
Spectacular!

DebbieM
Bonnie said…
Love all these images and you did a wonderful job coloring them.
Sammibug said…
Awesome projects! Fabulous coloring and great paper choices!
Robin said…
What a wonderful line. Betty has outdone herself. Great job on the cards. I love the colors and papers you chose. Gillian is so elegant and sad. Those flowers are great with that one. Love Draco's jeweled eyes.
Regan said…
Superb! Love these projects, especially your layout on the Vampiress Bella one! Great coloring on all and Draco's jeweled eyes are a creep-tastic touch! :)
{hugs}
Regan
callyannc said…
He is a sexy beast! spectacular designs and coloring! You by far rocked this!!!!!! TFS CallyAnn
Beth aka BR-T said…
This trio if amazing I love the green gown in the first card, the funky eyes in the second card and the third one is so beautiful!
Alex said…
WOW- such variety in your cards. Lovely. I think the rhinestone eyes and bright colors on Draco are FAB!
Look at all this lusciousness in one post! You're spoiling us, and I thank you for it :D
DK Spins said…
Gorgeously spooky projects! I love the close-ups and how you colored each image. Gillian's card is wonderful with the flowers, so pretty.
Steph said…
Fabulous cards! I love the bright colors with Draco and the elegent flowers with Gillian.
DonnaMundinger said…
Fabulous! Love how you've used the mist. these are quite different and stunning! xxD