Fanged Daisy and Sweettooth

“Blackened pupils and a tattered black duster that resembled a cape, made Sweettooth look exactly like what he was: a pissed off mara, capable of sucking someone’s dreams and memories until the person went mad or died.” 

Doesn’t Sweettooth sound like a vampire? I think he does, and how I wish I possessed the abilities to draw him for Stacy’s vampire prompt at The Butterfly Effect Challenge. Want to know more about the nightmare sucker? Stop by my writing site and read “Berries for Sweet,” the first installment of The Haunting.   

Now meet my fully buttered entry:
The Vampiric Leucanthemum Vulgare aka Fanged Daisy
 
Fanged daisies grow in the rich earth of witchy people’s minds. The longer of their black canines is the main ingredient in Stop Sucking So Damn Much spells. The short one makes the best Annoying Little Idiots Banishing brews.

The fangs are potent, but the most powerful parts of a Vampiric Leucanthemum Vulgare are the single eye that can only be seen under the dark moon and the lone nearly black leaf that falls behind its stalk like a cape. The two, respectively, are used in imagination revelation spells and to protect wild hearts from the harmful effects of creativity haters.   

Visit The Butterfly Effect and delight in an artistic feast of vampiric creations. After you are done with that bloody goodness, fly to Green Witch with Sprinkles and enter Mina’s digital scrapbooking giveaway.

Okay, I couldn’t help myself. I had to share Gina’s AEDGYTH.
Look at that face… the expression makes me want to write his tale… yum!


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42 comments:

  1. Well I will certainly never see daisies in quite the same way! And who knew about the annoying little idiots banishing brew! Such a learning experience here, Magaly!

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    1. Nature's children have so many different faces, don't they? We just have to open our eyes and then open them again, when we do, we see the heart, and sometimes, the really long fang ;-)

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  2. And to think, daisies are one of my favorite flowers. Now I know why lol!!! Those are two spells I could certainly use!

    \IiiI

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    1. Don't we all? Nothing like a pretty flower with versatile ways to show just how we shouldn't judge a bloom by her petals.

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  3. I was going to say the same thing about the spells. But usually I leave flowers alone and just glare at people who suck and annoy until their heads explode.

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    1. I just saw their heads inflame and go blast. Powerful glare, my dear.

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  4. I love your new found desire to draw stuff...a Fanged Daisy!!! Awesome :D I can just imaging a whole cirle of them dancing round my garden lol. and glad you like my vampire :[)XXX

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    1. I think that I've given myself license to understand that I don't have to be the best at all the things I do. I just have to enjoy them very, very, very much. Sometimes, my shine will come from the smiles of my friend and not from the reflection of my talent, so why not draw something sweet, right?

      And I didn't like your vampire, I LOVE him!

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  5. Hahahaha! I LOVE the fanged daisy!! A bed of them would be quite scary!!

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    1. Oh, but a nice potted one will do; they are uncannily lethal lol

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  6. Your fanged daisy is incredible! I think I have a field of them living in my mind. lol - LOVE AEDGYTH! Such power! You would create a fabulous tale on that one.

    Thank you so much for placing my giveaway button on your sidebar and blogging about it as well. You are wonderful, my sweet wicked friend.

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    1. *grins with satisfaction*

      I love having your button on my sidebar, for anything attached to you goes to others full of goodness ;-)

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    2. You melt my heart in the sweetest ways. Thank you so much.

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  7. Amazing Fanged Daisy! You're so creative!! :)

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  8. What a handy little flower to have on hand!....a whole garden's worth may be taking root in my mind right now...heehee!
    Your illustration of the species is wonderful!

    And Gina's Aedgyth...oh my!! Gives me shivers!

    Off to post a Buttery entry of my own :)

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    1. I am quite proud of her. Every since someone told me that I could sing the images in my head into visuals, even if my song was a cackle, I've decided to let them out. Gracias!

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  9. Sweettooth makes me think of a vampire who feels bad for being what he is.

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    1. He certainly sounds like he is suppressing something...

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  10. I LOVE the daisy! I could use some of that stalk and the long fang right about now!

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  11. Nice daisy! I'm loving your artwork :)

    Gina's Aedgyth is awesome! Excellent portrayal of a Vamp. I can see why you want to write his story, look at those eyes!

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    1. You know, sometimes it is nice to create something even when you know that it is not the best of the bunch. I didn't know that before I started blogging along many of you, and my gods, it is such powerful knowledge to have.

      Gina's illustrations come with soul, don't they?

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  12. A vampire Daisy! Wow, what a great imagination you have.

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  13. I love vampire Daisy!! You made me smile big time!! Gina's drawing is amazing!! I will be reading your wonderful story later on this week ;o) Hugs ;o)

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    1. I'm sooo glad I put a smile in that luminous face of yours! You know what? Much of this is your doing. Not my less than awesome drawing skills, of course, but the daisy itself. I was sitting around the other day, thinking, "I really wish I could find a way to express visually, using a base model, just like Stacy." I tried frogs, um... I can't draw frogs lol. Daisies seemed a little easier, then I realized they were even better if I drew them deliciously creepy and sweet like I saw them in my head. I will never be a great painter, like you, Shelle, Gina, Cameron..., but I can have fun with colors. And I can have a lot more fun coloring daisies. Thanks so much, my friend ;-)

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  14. I love your fanged daisy! She's awesome! By the way, I need to copy those spells for my Grimoire. I just checked and I don't have them. And perhaps a seedling or two so I can grow my own garden.

    Great job on the art work. Do you think you can replicate it? I would love to have my own copy - signed, of course.

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    1. A signed copy of the artwork with the ingredients for the spell, lol. Hm, I just checked, and I don't even have a grimoire, I might have to draw one...

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  15. Fanged Daisy is spectacular! :) And Sweettooth doesn't sound like Sweettooth to me. :) I'd be scared to meet either of them in the broad daylight let alone night. :)

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    1. Thanks! Sweettooth is a little scary, okay, maybe a lot scary, but I think you might like him in the future ;-)

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    1. The pretty ones are the cruelest lol

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  17. Daisy with tooth...I have to look closer the next time I pick them for my salad ;)

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    1. Maybe more than one end up saying "Yum!" and licking their choppers ;-)

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  18. His expression doesn't make me want to write his tale... it makes me want to run... very fast....!!

    Vampiric daisies eh? Who would have thought. They always look so innocent. I shall be more cautious around them in future ;)

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    1. I bet someone pissed him off.

      Daisies are pretty, but they can be fierce, too. In my world... ;-)

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  19. OK you've been having lessons or hiding your beautiful talent, OMG this is some wonderful surreal image Magaly, I mean it, and sooooo FUNNY... OK, I should say thanks for the compliment too, because you mentioned my name with all those sweethearts who's work I totally admire :)
    ALSO, Gina's Vamp, or should I say AEDGYTH (hope that's not swearing) scary stuff, gotta love it :)

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    1. You made me giggle ;-) Lessons, ha! You are pretty, funny, and intelligent, no wonder Big F won't let you marry me, too. He doesn't want to share the brains. Also, I think because it is illegal.

      I love Gina's AEDGYTH (I hope I'm swearing) lol

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  20. Ooh, black fangs, I love them. Sweettooth is such a good name, makes me think of jazz songs wafting down grimey alleyways on a dark and rainy night.

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    1. Now I'm hearing music in my head, how wonderful! I think Sweettooth would like that ;-)

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