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Creepy and Kooky


The new Can You Digi It? Challenge is called Creepy and Kooky - how fun! I used the LilyPink Designs Halloween Scene Set. I love how all the pieces of the image also come seperately. I colored the image with Copics and added shimmer, framed it with a Spellbinders Circle die and the Sizzix Framelits Fancy Tag Die (on Lost and Found and SU! Cardstock), and lastly added some pretty Zva Crystals. Behind the die cuts I used parts of a Tim Holtz tree die.

Come join us at the Can You Digi It? challenge with your Creepy and Kooky creation.

Hugz to all.

Note to the Punchkateers: My punch count is 10!

Comments

  1. This is such a cool design and I love how you used the calendar for the moon.

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  2. I love this one Nancy, fabulous design, I like the papers and that bat.
    Kevin xx

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  3. Eeek! Love the Oct. calender in the moon!! Brilliant! You are on quite the roll, Nancy! Fabulous set of cards this weekend :)

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  4. Love this!! Please can you make all my digis look this fabulous?? Pretty please :) It looks so very elegant with those fab papers.

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  5. Super Halloween card. I love the Lost and Found paper pads and have some of them. I do think that October calendar is very cool.

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  6. Love this, Nancy! Just so cute! Wonderful layers, and I love how that digi is dead center (get it "dead" center? ok, super cheesy, i know ;) LOL hope you are having an awesome weekend so far! *hugs*

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