Thursday, October 25, 2007

Michelle Ward's Get Gothic

There is an artist--Michelle Ward--I have mentioned before. I have expressed my love of her art--see the image at left which she designed. If you have a chance please look through her site and her Green Pepper Press unmounted stamps. From her Wayward Collection I am especially taken with Graven, In Vogue, Crow About & Printed Matters, but I could swoon over it all!

Michelle Ward also has a street team--GPP (Green Pepper Press) Network Street Team--where she has monthly artistic challenges for those so inclined to participate. Michelle Ward and her Street Team are truly gifted!! I have been meaning to participate for ages. Finally! I am going to participate this time around for Crusade No. 13 (magical, perfect number). Crusade No. 13 also celebrates the year anniversary of the GPP Network Street Team. Below is the header Michelle Ward designed which explains this particular challenge:

For my "entry" I have my redesigned blog and I also wished to share with you the invitation I sent out or gave for the Halloween party coming up. I also made a simple matching envelope and filled it with black spider confetti and a little tombstone eraser from Target. With the ribbon I tied on one of those fun spider rings. Michelle Ward designed the "Invitation" stamp you see at center.

Here is the front:

And here is the back with all the information:

The information was printed out on vellum so you could see the incredible orange damask pattern (it is actually paper napkins) attached with black photo corners.
I will try to post some pictures of the decorations, but I am not promising anything, dear reader!


Anonymous said...

Shay - love your invitation! I can imagine how wonderful it is on the vellum in real life. This whole place is feeling pretty gothy - thanks for sharing with the street team. now for a little howling wind!

tina's space said...

fabulous invitation. I love what you have done. thanks for coming by my blog; michelle rocks the house!!!!

carlene federer said...

Awesome invitation! and I love the Halloween themed look on your blog...great blog name, too!

Pocket Size said...

What a beautiful invitation! And hey, your favorite GPP stamps are the same as my favorites!

Fiona said...

That's a fab invite! A Goth themed website? Love it!

MezzoKat said...

Glad you joined the crusade. Your invitation si the best! Your website design is great. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Jodi Peary said...

Love the invitation! Hope you will share some photos of the decorations the night of the soiree; they are sure to be as fantastic as the invitation! Also think your profile icon is perfect.

Anonymous said...

Great invitation

Laura Bray said...

What a great party idea! Love the invites!

Retro Cafe' Art Gallery said...

Thanks for your comment! VERY cool invites!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I am blown away Shay. I have seen other things from you that were very nice and well tought out with the many talents that you have.

These Invitations you created have blown me away. Your talent really shines over and over again. If I were at a store looking for invitations and were to see these.I would pick them up in a nano second. Thank you so much for sharing them with all of us. I loved them!

Anonymous said...

wow, that's a cool invite! and i love your header and blog. we all agree, michelle rocks the block.

Babsarella said...

Love all cool header and the super invite you created!!!

Ariel Gill said...

Whoa, Shay, for a Crusade "newbie" your art rocks! I'm so glad that you are sharing it with the Street Team. Happy Haunting! Ariel

Valerie Cramer said...

hi Shay- love your invitation. Very cool blog you have going on here. Thanks for checking mine out, it's nice to hear from another "crusader-in-training" like myself :)

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