Considering how nasty most fairy tales already are, it's hard to imagine making them twisted.
Drunken Stampers -- create your own piece featuring a twisted fairy tale.
My design took on a Red Riding Hood focus with an image I adore: One of several skeleton sketches found on a collage sheet at Jack & Cat Curio (take a minute and visit Jack & Cat ... their art is beautiful and unique).
Hopefully they won't see this tongue-in-cheek piece and wonder why they share their cool images!
My cheesy little card is dorky as hell, but I like it: The image, as mentioned, is awesome so that helps. But I also like the burnt edges I added along with the embossed background (can you see the basket weave?), the distress crackle flower and the Microsoft Publisher art text.
Maybe I still should have gone with one of my other ideas, though: Cinderella sets booby traps for the sisters, The Bremen Town Musicians start an animal revolt or ... you see, these are mean. That's not good. Funny is good.
Do you ever feel like you're trying to talk yourself into appreciating your own art ... kind of like I am right now?
Give us a look at your own twisted fairy tale before midnight Friday, March 25!
UPDATE: I'm adding this piece to the challenge at Haunted Design House! After seeing their challenge on, I think, Friday, I had wondered ... hmm ... I'd like to participate in this one, so fun, but do I have a skull? Maybe a Cricut cut? A digistamp? Had not commenter Susan (see below) pointed out that this very card here includes a skull, I likely never would have realized! This is all proof that being too close to something creates beholder blindness ... or that I'm just not all that smart.