Friday, October 7, 2016

A Day for Daisies - October Challenge

It's a new month, which means a new challenge for A Day for Daisies and since it's October, we have a Halloween Challenge.  The DT was asked to use images that were first released five years ago.  So many cute digis to choose from!  Here's the original post.  What a fun idea to take a walk back through time!

I just love this little girl and her cat, called Happy Halloween Night.   I hear that Tammy's images are so appealing and fun to color from many folks. I feel the same way!  I really concentrated on that Jack-o-Lantern and tried to make it look like it was lit with a candle.  IRL, the color around the image looks more like a dusky night.  I used BV20 and 23.  Stop by the ADFD Blog and see what the rest of the DT created for you.  You can always find our challenge posted in the upper right hand column.  Come and play along this month!  There are so many delicious ADFD images to choose from.

Challenges Entered:
CAS(e) this Sketch #193/
Crafting By Designs October Challenge - AG
Little Red Wagon #362 - Purple Orange & Green
Simon Says Stamp Wed. -10/5/ - Halloween
Crafty Girls #27 /- AG
Cute Card Thursday #446 /- AG


  1. Oh, what a wonderful take on the sketch!

  2. Wonderful card, love your colouring and that wonderful image.

  3. I love this, Cathy - and wow, you were so successful in making it look like there was a candle glowing inside - impressive! Love the purple bg too!

  4. This darling card couldn't be more perfect for our LRW challenge. It is amazing! Thanks for joining us this week at Little Red Wagon Challenge!

  5. Fabulous card fir Halloween, thanks for joining us at Crafting by Designs good luck x

  6. Cathy, I'm such a fan of ADFD images and I love the way you've colored and designed this card. I'm a follower of your blog now. :)

  7. Oh wow Cathy, this is amazing. Your colouring - wow!
    Thanks for joining in this week at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Caryn x


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