CASology Zombies!

It’s Tuesday and time for a new cue word over at CASology! Are you easily frightened or do you like a good scare? You might find the CASology gallery interesting this week…

http://casology.blogspot.com/

I went with something not so scary.  Zombies tend to make me think of splatter and the color red.  You too?!

Stamps:  Concord & 9th (Lots of Blots)

Concord & 9th has a fantastic set called Lots of Blots and it just seemed to grab my attention for this challenge!  I stamped the sentiment circle and two splatter images.  I then stamped the small heart from the set & fussy cut it before adding sparkle with a clear Wink of Stella brush marker.  I popped up the heart with a foam dot for a little dimension.  I love black, white & red on CAS card designs.  There’s just something so clean about that color scheme!

Be sure and go say a quick hello to the design team members & this week’s guest designer!  They work so hard each week to create inspiration!

Melissa Chipperfield – You are here.

Tracey McNeely

Then, don’t forget to link up your own creation on the challenge blog by Monday at NOON (CDT) for your chance to win a prize from this week’s sponsor, Concord & 9th!


Have a terrific Tuesday!

Melissa

0 Comments

  • Jen W. Posted Tuesday, 10/20/2015 10:28 pm

    As always a totally unique and genius take on the cue word, Miss Melissa. I love this! 😀

  • Lisa Posted Tuesday, 10/20/2015 11:52 pm

    I like the pop of red, this is scute!

  • Tracey McNeely Posted Wednesday, 10/21/2015 12:33 am

    Love your fresh approach to this one Melissa, and love that the Wink of Stella heart!

  • Joyce Posted Friday, 10/23/2015 3:31 am

    Wonderful and creative approach to the cue word. And, of course, your card is CAS perfection.

  • Monika Reeck Posted Friday, 10/23/2015 10:26 am

    Dear Melissa
    I see your card has no horror image 🙂
    I dont have any image that show me horror too like frankestein or kid with verban walk in white costume..
    I think I will follow your Idea..
    I really want to join since I have not play long time ago at CASology
    not because I dont want to
    its because My brain is stopped no idea with the cue card
    now I will try my best its difficult cue card for me Melissa
    hugs, Monika

  • Monika Reeck Posted Friday, 10/23/2015 10:28 am

    your new design of your Blog and CASology is great
    two thumbs up
    my blog has changed by my friend in Java (Indonesia)
    he try all posibilty to make my blog easier to look from different device like from smartphone or from tablet or from IPAD or from computer or from laptop etc….
    and he said it is important then many people can access even they are in a BUS and want to look at my blog and it must be not long to downloaded cause expensive internet in the BUS hehe 🙂
    sorry to long writing
    you can deleted if you already read dear Melissa…
    hugs and happy Friday sweety

  • wienerhoneymooners Posted Monday, 10/26/2015 2:47 am

    Wonderful take, I ADORE it!!!!!!

  • Judy1223 Posted Monday, 10/26/2015 3:23 am

    Yes, I agree…the splatters do give it a zombie feel without being too scary! Great CAS card!

  • Maria A. Posted Monday, 10/26/2015 12:20 pm

    Hello Melissa: I agree, I'm not to fond of horror ANYTHING!!! so I don't watch any kind of shows or movies that have stuff like that. Your card is simple yet, elegantly scary, I don't know, that beautiful red heart laying in the black splatter, kind of makes me wonder…..to me, it's frightful.
    Thank you for sharing your clever card at CASology.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

  • Maria A. Posted Monday, 10/26/2015 12:21 pm

    Hello Melissa: I agree, I'm not to fond of horror ANYTHING!!! so I don't watch any kind of shows or movies that have stuff like that. Your card is simple yet, elegantly scary, I don't know, that beautiful red heart laying in the black splatter, kind of makes me wonder…..to me, it's frightful.
    Thank you for sharing your clever card at CASology.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

  • kreativekymona.com Posted Tuesday, 10/27/2015 5:51 am

    Hey Melissa!! I love how you stretched out your new stamp set to create your card. Nicely done.

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