I read and enjoyed this book earlier in the year - it's in the 'grip lit' sub-genre and has lots of twists (although I think the twists are less surprising if you read a lot of this type of book ). It's definitely not a ghost story but is quite spooky at times and is set in a big, old, New York townhouse . So, with the yellow behind the windows on the bookcover , I was inspired to make a spooky house shaker Halloween card.
We'd love you to join in with the challenge...
Crafter's Castle Halloween
Love that shaker, Marina! What an interesting idea, to design a card based on a book. It appears you've taken that inspiration and have "run with it". Love the colours and that spooky mansion. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
Great shaker card, Marina! I've not read that book, so will have to look out for it, Jo x
What a clever card Marina. Love how you interpreted that book cover and made a great shaker card. Thanks for joining in the fun at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week. Tristan DT
Very creative and clever and loving the shaker element of your spooky card x
Amazing card. The sequins resemble eyeballs. So neat. Thanks for joining us at QKR Stampede this week. DT Kathy [https://myasperations.blogspot.com]
This is a fabulous Halloween shaker card. I love the texture of the paper, too. Thank you for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT
Wonderful shaker card, Marina. I'm so happy I found the Library challenge and will join in regularly :)
Spooky looking! The golden sequins seen behind the windows is a brilliant idea to add to more light and interest to the design. Cool!
This looks awesome! It took me a minute to figure out what you had inside of your house shaker... very cool! I read this book last month! Hopefully I can find time to enter soon.
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