Monday, 18 November 2013

Tale of the Halfling in Distress

Greetings. Today the Lady Commander of Copics and I gathered our weapons, potions and armour and spent the day gleefully battling our way through the Whispering Weathered Woods. We haven’t spent the day grinding for XP in a while and thought it prudent to gain a few levels before the onslaught of quests sure to come our way with the Winter Festival right around the corner.  We were just comparing who had killed more goomy demons when we heard a cry from deep within the forest. We exchanged a look of silent affirmation and headed off deeper into the dangerous woods. Following the cries of distress, we eventually came upon a young girl, with puffy pink hair who was surrounded by vicious goblin dogs.

I made this bookmark by first cutting some watercolor paper to the appropriate size. I then stamped it using the There She Goes Clear Stamps “Nutmeg” set. I watercolored everything using Distress Markers and my Hydra Brush of +222 wetness. I then made a tassel using some baker's  twine earning myself +402 pizazz exp points. I might also decide to laminate it before giving it away, just to give it some extra defence points.

This bookmark will mark its place in the following challenge:

Simon Says Monday Challenge: It’s a Mystery (bookmark for reading “mystery” books!)

My sister quickly cast a stun spell on the goblin dogs so they couldn’t pounce on the poor pink-haired lass as I drew my new sword, Frostbite - a recent acquisition from a previous quest. It was an easy battle to dispense of the goblin dogs, especially after they had been stunned and the young girl was unhurt, just a little shaken. She introduced herself as Nutmeg (Megs for short), of the Spicey Halfling Clan who dwelled in the Fennel Forest. Apparently she had been gathering herbs when she was separated from her clan. The Lady Commander and I offered to take the girl back to Fennel Forest as it was a full day's ride from where we were. Perhaps we would even be rewarded with some herbs - always useful in potion making…

Continued in “Decorations Poppy-ing Up Everywhere”...

~ Guild Master Crystal ~


brenda said...

Your bookmark really is sweet and perfect for our theme this week.

Thanks so much for joining us at Allsorts challenge.

B x

Wendy L said...

Cute gift idea, thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week. xxxx

Deborah Adams said...

Such a cute bookmark. I love the pink hair. :D Thanks for joining us at OSAAT.
Deborah - OSAAT DT

Ingrid Mason said...

Oh I do love this adorable bookmark .....perfect for any young person to read the books that I would really love to see you write and publish. Your posts are such a joy to read that your adventures could be spread so far and wide. Good luck in our challenge this week. Ingrid xx ( OSAAT Team )

Nikki Byrne said...

FABULOUS bookmark!! Love the image :) Thank you for joining us this week at OSAAT this week and good luck. hugs

CraftyGirl said...

Great bookmark! Love the skulls. Thank you for playing along this week at OSAAT. I sure hope to see you back again very soon. Good Luck in the challenge!!!


CraftyGirl OSAAT DT

soapHOUSEmama said...

So very sweet! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! - Ashli :)

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