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HDH133 is "Hot As Hell In Here!!" - these Haunted Design House Challenges get my Mojo flowing! I patterned this card after a sign on I-65 North towards Birmingham, Alabama. I have passed by it on my way to Birmingham 1,000 times, and it always makes me smile. Watch this amazing YouTube video and you can experience it too. I totally love this video!!!!

I used some clipart pictures and typed in my sentiment. I distressed my bg panel and burned my main panel with a candle - that was an experience. I kept praying my DH did not walk in because I think he is close to damanding I get an OSHA certification before I attempt additional creativity (I also cut myself making breakfast this morning). I coated my devil with some Glossy Accents, and I used some of the Blood Red Stickles on the flames and the Devil's eyes. IRL this looks amazing.

Another 5:00 AM card! Hope you all have a special day - don't forget to watch that YouTube Video I linked here - it is sooooo great. Hugz to all.

Comments

  1. Ha! I watched the video - too funny! Are those lights or cloven hooves on the top of the sign?
    Fabulous creation with the devil and the flames! LOVE those red sparkly eyes! I did all my burning while the husband was away. He's so afraid I'm going to burn the house down with all of my candles, he'd have had a fit to see me burning papers in the sink!
    Thanks for fanning the flames with us this week at HDH!

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  2. LOL I watched the video too very very funny......FAB creation ..... love the burning edges and the burning eyes of your deveil. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House :)

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  3. LOVE IT! LOL on the video. The music is great. Looks like something my MIL might have in her yard. Way cool card. Love the "devil" and flames. I can't believe you did your burning in the house. Would have been a rough wake up for hubby if sirens came screeching up. I'm so glad there's another pyro playng along. Thanks for sharingwith the Minions, and for the laugh. I'll be forwarding that vid to a few friends for sure. xxD

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  4. I really like this card you created, and now I'm off to see the video! Sorry that you've been dealing with more than your share of woes lately, but hopefully everyone in your circle is going to move into the sunlight real soon! {{hugs}}

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  5. Soooo funny on that video.... I thought they looked like hooves on the top too but it must be lights right ??!!!!!
    Fantastic card creation and I love the red glossy accents. So glad you did burn yourself doing it !! Thank you very much for sharing with us at Haunted Design House this week :-D xxxxxxxx

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  6. Awesome card and love the. Video

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  7. This is a great project, my mom would always tell us kids this, IMO my mom was a "Holly Roller" well sorta, She always dragged us kids to church. Or she would always go. I am going to go check out that vid. but wanted to tell you I think your project is great! And I totally understand your comment about OSHA and your DH that was funny! I am accident prone myself so I understand about when you burned some of your project for the effect, I might have lite myself up, so I just stayed w/ paper flames LOL! Stay crafty!
    Peace,
    KristyLee

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  8. Yep, Im back. Okay I watched the video. Is that the same one you see???? http://kristyleesworld.wordpress.com/

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  9. If they are lights - then the designer had a great SOH. They do look like cloven hooves. You used your flames to good effect on this card. love the sheen and shimmer of the fire. Thank you for sharing this with us at Haunted Design House this week

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  10. Oh how fun! I knew exactly where you meant as i"ve passed this sign coming from Montgomery to B'ham hundreds of times. Fantastic card!

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  11. My gosh, Nancy..........you know I've seen this sign a zillion times on my way to Montgomery. I didn't realize it was on YouTube..should have known. Your card is a good representation of it. Don't burn your house down!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. Nancy, this is cute and oh, how true it is. I had to giggle about your OSHA certification.
    Too, funny.

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