Monday, October 13, 2008

Scary Monster Movie Four Pack

Frankenstein is an absolute classic, so I figured we'd start there. Harley wanted to go green for Halloween.

Howl-N-Scream,Domestic Cat

I used Kathy Goldstein's What a Scream kit on this. Frank-N-Stein is © 2008 by Tiffany Kennedy at Scrappiles of Digi Style. The ribbon and ALL of the alphas in this four pack come from Free Digital Scrapbooking.

Next up we have Dr. Eric and Mr. Flynn, although I'm not sure where one starts and the other ends. The scraps were from Scrap Happiness Collab Freebie, except that the chalice - I couldn't find a potion bottle - is from Chaos Priestess' Magikal Workers kit and the Iron Skull button is from Creation by Jo's Dark Gothic kit. (Note: i just realized there IS a potion bottle in the Magikal Workers kit, but I'm too lazy to go back and change it. Maybe I'll do that later.)

tabby cat,Howl-N-Scream

If you don't think birds can be scary to cats, guess again. Miss Diamond often gets dive bombed, usually after she's raided a nest, and is force to seek shelter under a vehicle. Even the Veranda is not safe, they've been known to do fly throughs.

Domestic Cat,Howl-N-Scream

The background and the frame came from the Scrap Happiness Collab Freebie, one of the birds came from Scrappy Lover's Witchy Pooh kit, and the other bird came from something entitle MME_Puffy Felt Halloween Pack. A freebie from Digi-free, obviously, but...there's no other credit or TOS with it.

And last, but certainly not least...this could have been either the Hunchback of Notre Meep or the Meep from the Black Lagoon. I decided he looked better in green then he did swinging from a bell tower.

Howl-N-Scream,House Panther

Again the Background, frame and vine are the Scrap Happiness October Collab Freebie, the spooky tree is from Creations by Jo's Fright Night kit and the Jack-O-Lantern is © 2008 by Carolyn McComas of Infinite Visions.

I'm still casting for the Headless Horseman and the Hound of the Baskervilles, so if you have any suggestions for a puddin' or a woofie to fill the roll drop me an e-mail.

Hope I didn't frighten you too much!

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