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A Little Bit of Magic!

This week at Dude Time Doodles it is like Homecoming! A bunch of our wonderful Guest Designers from the past, former Design Team Members, and current Design Team Members all played with the same two images. It is so fun to see all the different ideas everyone had for the Great Punkin and Dedazzled Beth images. I played with Bedazzled Beth because she is so confident and fun! I plan to play with the Great Punkin later this week.


Hope there is a little magic in your life this week! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Love the classy look of this card!!! Great colours too & of course Bedazzled Beth is bedazzling LOL!!!

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  2. She is so pretty and I love how you inked it up.

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  3. Wonderful card Nancy, very elegant for a witch!

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  4. Love the tag/card combo. She does look quite elegant . Love the purple glitter around the edges too.

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  5. This is fabulous Nancy, I like the image the distressing and the papers.
    Kevin xx

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  6. Love your sentiment, Nancy! Great coloring and sponging. Love the sparkle and the fibers. Great fun posting with Dude Time again. Thanks. :-D

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  7. Love tags on cards and looky at you skewing it! Great use of the image and sentiment too.

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  8. I love the tag on your card! Great colour choice too!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  9. Hi Nancy - great to see you playing with the team again!! LOVE the distressing - adds to that witchy vibe!

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  10. She's very sassy! Loving the purple and the tag looks fab on the card :)

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  11. A little magic on the counter, huh? Me likes it. Fun card! Poof..I'm outta here. :-)

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  12. Now would that be "black magic" for Halloween...lol I love this image. It is so fun and very sophisticated. I love how the cat seems to be walking with "attitude"....lol This is whimsical and extremely carefree. Great card my friend!

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  13. Thank you for the kind words on my blog. Fabulous card! Love the image and the colors are perfect!

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  14. LOVE this! Great image and I like the way you used these colors :)

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