Bubbles and Trouble

March Anything Halloween

The Two Old Bats Halloween Challenges have begun again in March with an Anything Halloween Goes challenge. They did provide a really fun mood board:

As I am normally drawn to anything witchy and love those legs I decided upon an older red rubber wood mounted Great Impressions stamp. My patterned paper is from my stash and made me think of bubbles. Colored in my cauldron with pencils and a combination of markers for the legs and shoes. I could not resist giving Ms. Witch some red sparkly shoes. My sketch is a Lisa Curcio sketch that I found a while ago and decided to give it a whirl. Sorry I did not save the link but the panels are 1″x4-1/4″ and 1″x3″ with center 1-7/8″ x 3-1/8″ The dimensions worked out well.

Thanks for stopping in for a peek.

23 thoughts on “Bubbles and Trouble

    1. LOL….how about it Bonnie. My wandered to Wizard of Oz and the Ruby Red slippers but then realized they were a little too witchy looking but my mind was set on red.

  1. What a fun image and card; made me LOL! Thank you for sharing with us at the Two Old Bats Halloween Challenge.

  2. Love those red sparkly shoes! Your paper gives the suggestion of bubbles, such as those that would be bubbling up from the witch’s cauldron. I hope she hadn’t started it cooking yet before she fell in! So much fun to see this in our gallery at Two Old Bats! Thanks for playing along!

  3. OMG!!! This is SO COOL! I love your image and all the ‘bubbles’ in the background are awesome! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at the Two Old Bats Halloween challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back each month. Remember, you can play as many times as you’d like!! If we have 50+ entries, we will give a PRIZE.

    Please stop in for a visit!

  4. Fantastic use of pp for this one. The image made me smile and think you nailed the challenge perfectly

  5. OMG Gayle, those legs sticking out are too cute! Thanks so much for joining us at Two Old Bats Halloween Challenge.

    — Dalis

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