Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Meanwhile in Rileyville and a Challenge!

Not only is this sneek peek number two but it
is challenge day for the Riley and Company
Design Team.  Be sure and check for my
challenge cards at the end!  The challenge
today is  a challenge from Frances-
Inside and Out - decorate your cards
inside and outside!  Please join the challenge
post links here in my comments or
post at Splitcoaststampers with the keyword

Meanwhile back in Rileyville a war was brewing.
Rileyville had long been the home of Vampire
Riley.  He loved his town and secretly ruled it.

Then a stranger moved to town.  His name...
Count DracuRiley.  There can be only one
vampire ruling this town!

This was not good. Not good at all.
Before you knew it Vampire Riley had
captured Count DracuRiley and put him under
guard.  Cowboy Riley and his new friend
and sidekick Indian Chief Riley were told
to guard him with silver bullets and a wooden

This had all the townspeople scared.  Suddenly
they had discovered vampires in their midst.

Stay tuned for more happenings in Rileyville.

Now my challenge cards. I have been playing
with what I call vellum windows for a peek a boo
look to cards.  So these are decorated on the
outside and a bright image stamped on the inside to
show through the vellum windows.

Design tip - heavier weight vellum embosses beautifully!
This was the spiderweb Cuttlebug embossing folder
on vellum!  Cool huh?

Inside Image - Witch on a Broom

I call this my Monster Trio!  LOL!
Franken Riley and Mummy Riley on the outside-

Inside image peeking through the window -
Count DracuRiley because of course he can not be
out in the sun!

Enjoy all our monster madness!  Until tomorrow!



Cindy Haffner said...


Riley and Company said...

Ok - this is hysterical!!!!!!!!! AND LOVE the vellum cards!!!!

Rose said...

Oh my gosh, I love all your cards!!! The story was also cute, excellent work.

StampOwl said...

spooktacular cards

Mocha-Latte Crafts said...

Great story and cards. I love the look of the vellum windows. Thanks for sharing, Tanya R.

JessicaK said...

Too much goodness to comment on. You are rocking the Rileys. Wow.

Virgo5 said...

Great story Therese and the vellum windows are a great idea!