Monday, October 22, 2012

Nosferatu Ad Nauseam

Nosferatu is my favorite vampire movie of all time.
There has never been a creepier vampire than Count Orlok.
That was one creepy dude!  
The challenge at HDH this week is basically, Vampires.
Here is my homage to the Werner Herzog/Klaus Kinski film,
Nosferatu the Vampyre , 1979.

I believe I bought this stamp years ago through Gorey Details.
(I had some bad customer service there, so I don't promote them usually.) 
I got this cool grapevine wreath die from Memory Box, and used it to
add some wicked looking bling to the existing chipboard frame.
It's surprising sometimes what a little Stickles can do to make a project pop.

I used a killer hearse woodcut from Porkchop Show on Etsy,
added more Stickles, and threw on a Cuttlebug headstone die cut.  

For my second card, I used the image, Count Drako
from Rick St. Dennis. Rick is this week's sponsor at HDH.

What is a scary creation without some Martha Stewrat (hee hee) Drippy Goo punch?
And LOTS of red glitter!!! I also added a MS bat punch and a small headstone die cut.  

I added a TON of red fine glitter all over the outer edge of this
arched design. But then the wicked witchy writing in the sky needed some too.
Thanks for dropping by today.
Happy Haunting!!


  1. Both are brill. You sure do know how to use those stickles to the best effect. Whenever I use stickles it looks ridiculous, is there some spell you use that I should know haha x

  2. klaus is one creepy dude without makeup...

  3. Love them both Glo, Love the GD stamp, one creepy vampire.x Always love seeing how you colour up an image.x

  4. Nosferatu is just amazing. I really love the movie aswell, and I think this is a REAL vampire, not a little butterfly like twilight series vampires.

    nice blog :)

  5. love them both! the hearse completes the first card so well. great find!! and question - is that pentacle in the second card a stamp?


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