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It is Freaker's Free for All at Haunted Design House (HDH144) so participants can pretty much make what they want. The sponsor is Tiddly Inks so I used my fav Batty Tiddly Inks image. I love how my up-sized bats came out on this card! My papers are SU! and Green Goddess Creations Haunted Digi Stack (available at CYDI?).

Hugz to all!

Other Supplies used:
Purple Checkered Ribbon - JoAnn's (I distressed with sissors)
Siver half beads - Hobby Lobby
Metal Flourishes - Jolees
Boo Sticker - $1 bin at JoAnn's
Studio G - Mini Skull Punch
SU! and Copic Markers
Stickles - Gold


  1. This is just great. I love all the elements on this card. I know this sounds crazy, but I find it spooky and yet not scary all at the same time.

  2. You are right in line with all the department stores, Nancy LOL! Well done on the card - the bats add so much.

  3. those bats are fab and Im loving the colours. mark

  4. So spookily cute - fab main image and those bats are the perfect touch! Great Halloween colours too :)

  5. Those bats are sooo cool. FAB card thanks for sharing with us at HDH this week :)

  6. Wonderful card Nancy, I like the image and those fabulous bats!
    Kevin xx

  7. Super card Nancy. Love the bats - they really look like they are flying off the page. Thank you for sharing with us at MM @ HDH this week

  8. Wonderful - love that little person and great bats :-) Thank for joining us at Haunted Design House. x

  9. Very cool, love this image. Thanks for playing along with macabre monday x

  10. Gosh,'re making me think it is Halloween already. Won't be long, I'm afraid. Your bats are smashing! I'm sure Marisa is right..haven't been to Hobby Lobby in a week or two but I'm sure they are running over with all the ghosty, gobbly things. :-) Good job here!

  11. OMGosh she is so adorable, I love the image and the bats and the great card design

  12. Ooooh what a spooky card but fun too. Love your choice of paper and the bats are awesome!


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