Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Eva the Witch and Sweet Pea Stamps

Hi all! I hope that you had a great weekend. It’s Tuesday and time for me to show you something that I made with a Sweet Pea image. I am on a Teresa Sherman kick this month. For this project I chose Eva the Witch. Eva can be found in digital format and as a rubber stamp.

Eva has been colored with Copics and a few glitter pens. She was then fussy cut and layered on some brown designer paper. I distressed the edges of this brown designer paper.

The background designer paper was distressed and layered on the same brown paper. All of these edges were distressed also. I attached this paper to the black base card. I die cut a spider web and sprayed some shimmer spray all over it. After the web was dry I attached it to the background.

I then added the main element to the card. You really can’t see them, but I die cut some corners in black and added them around Eva. The final embellishments are the roses which were distressed with black soot distress ink.

Have you checked out our One Sweet Challenge? I hope you join us. If you do, and you used a Sweet Pea image, head over to our Facebook’s Group art contest.  The one going on right now lasts until July 7. That gives you plenty of time to make some Sweet Pea goodness.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope that you stop by every day and check out what Sweet Pea’s Design Team has in store for you. If you have any questions, you can always contact me.
Aletha Jane
Sweet Pea Designer


  1. You know oranges are my favorites and this card is just STUNNING in those colors. YUM. That spiderweb is an awesome embellishment. Gorgeous work.

  2. So so pretty. This card comes together so well. And i absolutely love your coloring.

  3. Very cool - I will have to add her to my wish list :)

  4. Oh love the spider web. Fabulous job.

  5. Aletha, I always feel I write the same thing every week on your cards, they are always so beautifully coloured and with great colour choices giving so much depth. I just want to imagine holding your artwork in real life so I can feel the texture too :) :) :) Hugs Jane xxx