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Pumpkin Head Hal

At Dude Time Doodles it is inspiration week, and this week the inspiration is Halloween. I used Pumpkin Head Hal because he is soooo cool and devonaire.


This image is so versatile! You can see I printed out and extra head and pumpkin to use on the card as well. I have to warn you that his bow tie doesn't look like this one. The bow tie underneath is very elegant (see it here), but I had a little mishap and had to draw a larger bowtie to cover it up. I like the larger one too - it adds a bit to the humor of the card.

Come join us at Dude Time with your Halloween inspired Dude card. The winner receives two free images from Pattie's Creations (our wonderful sponsor who has some seriously awesome images - yes I am addicted to them as well) and the admiration of Dude and Dudettes from around the world (literally).

I am also entering this in the following challenges:

Papertake Weekly - FRIGHT NIGHT ,,,,,,,, BOO !! :-)
Alsorts challenge blog - Too Cute to Spook

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. I must admit to liking your bow tie! Think it makes Hal look more ghoulish! TFS another great card!

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  2. Love the larger bow tie and the whole design of your card. Fabulous Halloween card!!!

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  3. Too much fun for one card Nancy! Love the enlarged bow tie, it makes his eyes standout! Fabulous and fun card for Halloween!

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  4. Fabulous card - fun image and super sentiment.
    Thanks for playing along with us at Allsorts this week.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx

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  5. I agree, two heads ARE better than none. LOL Your pumpkin dude is a mighty fine lookin' dude, Nancy. Cute, cute and fun card.

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  6. Ha, ha, hee, hee!! That is TOO funny!! What a fun Halloween card. Pumpkin Head Hal is so debonair!! So sorry I've been MIA for such a long time. I loved dropping by today--your card made me smile!! Lotz and lotz of hugz to you!

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  7. Great work Nancy! I love it!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  8. Great card Nancy. Love him with his larger bow tie.
    Mags
    x

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  9. A great card Nancy - love the papers you have used behine the image and of course a great DTD Halloween image!! Although Halloween isnt really celebrated here I just love seeing all the creations!!

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  10. Brilliant card nancy, I love what you have done with the image, the papers and the layout.
    Kevin xx

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  11. Lovely Halloween card, thank you so much for entering our challenge at Allsorts and good luck!

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  12. Why are you so clever? I always love your cards and this one is no exception!

    XXX

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  13. Great sense of humour for this card, made me laugh!Thanks for your nice comments on my Halloween card and eyelash wool is found at any knitting shop. It's really soft and looks just like eyelashes and melts when heated with an embossing gun for dreadlocks,it's the kind of wool that is great for scarfs.
    Hugs Trish xx

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  14. Now. you already know how much I love this card but I wanted to let you know there's something on my blog for you! Pop on over when you get a mo!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  15. Oh this is too funny! :) I love the card and the sentiment matches perfectly. Hehehe
    Thank you for stopping by my blog, Nancy, and leaving me a sweet comment. I love hearing from fellow crafting friends.
    Hugs,
    Lena

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  16. What a beautiful fun card. So lovely design. I like the colors you have used and that image is so cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Way too cute...love the sentiment!

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  18. What a fun Halloween card. No one lost any "heads" over this did they. Or it didn't make your head spin did it!!! lol Every girls crazy about a sharp dressed ghoul!!! Ok, that is it for me, I am outta here.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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