Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Fang-tastic Bat with Bugaboo Stamps

Hello and happy Hump Day!  Today I'm sharing a card for Bat Appreciation Day.  Yes, there is such a thing.  And at Catch the Bug, we like to celebrate ALL the holidays out there just for fun.


I'm featuring the bat and stars from the Bugaboo Stamps Cute Halloween set 1.  I was trying to think outside the box, and not make a Halloween card.  So I think this is more of a "you're great" kind of card.  I went with yellow in the background to represent the moon, since these little guys come out at night and keep our desert from becoming overpopulated with bugs and rodents.
I did the copic refill smoosh background again and added some glossy goodness.

So that is my share for today.  Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek.

This meets the following challenges: Classic Design Team: Anything Goes, Mix It Up: Black, White & 1 other colorThe Creative Crafters: Anything Goes, Through the Craft Room Door: Anything Goes, and Digi Choosday: Anything Goes.

8 comments:

*Vicki* said...

Now he is such a CUTE little bat fellow!! Your background is just perfect for him! Love how you've done this and that sentiment is perfect too! I've never heard of such a day to celebrate!! Now I'm in the mood for Halloween!! LOL!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

Lisa Lynn said...

Lola, that is so adorable. Love your background and the star. Great coloring as usual.

AO Creations said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at MIU, good luck!!! Amy DT

Julie Reed said...

Fab, the yellow really makes it pop, thanks for sharing with us at DIGI CHOOSDAY this week.
Julie DT x

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Alka said...

Beautiful Card.We loved to see that you are here. Thank you for joining us at The Creative Crafters. DT Alka

Joy Wilson said...

Great background! I have never used copic refills for the smoosh technique. I think I will give it a try!
Hugs, Joy

Carolina Girl said...

Yup, and adorable card and again you used the smoosh technique. I need to go look that up...or google.

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