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A Funny Little Witch

This week's Squigglefly Challenge is to make a Halloween Themed Card. I haven't sent my DD a card in a few weeks so this little card is going off to her to cheer her up a bit (as soon as I get a Subway gift card to tuck into it). My image is called Witch Moon and the artist is Brian Lock - I think she is precious. My sentiment is computer generated and says "I love you to the Moon and Baaaak." My kids loved the book Guess How Much I love You, and this statement always makes them smile.

Come join in the challenge - we would love to see your Halloween Themed Cards. If you want a chance to win the prize, make sure you use a Squigglefly image (there are some cute free ones in the store).

Hugz to all!


  1. This is so cute! Love the circle easel card and the reference to the book. Your daughter will definitely love it.

  2. What a cute expression on the witch's face and the sentiment is super. Your daughter will love that her Mom sent this.

  3. Love the face on the witch - made me smile :) Fabulous easel card and I know your daughter will love it :) Hugest of hugs for the gall bladder surgery. Sure you will fell much better after the face :)

  4. Really cute card for Halloween and I love, love the sentiment!

  5. Nancy,
    Your card is just darling and the image is too cute - and your sentiment will most certainly make your DD smile!!

  6. Oh Goodness - I love this card - that moon and witch are so perfect together!

  7. Your card is gorgeous!
    Beautiful design:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

  8. Super Cute. It is sure to bring a smile to you daughters face. Great use of the sentiment "love you to the moon and back"

  9. so stunning nancy.fabulous shape and colours and i love your fun witch :D

    xx coops xx

  10. Wonderful card Nancy! I love the dimension - and the sentiment is just sweet as can be. Your daughter will love it.

  11. How much fun is this card! I love the shape. The moon and bats are cute and the rich colours are lush. Thanks so much for the lovely comments you left at mine! X

  12. Aww, what a cute card and that sentiment is so perfect for it. Your daughter will love it.

  13. Aww super cute card, I think I would have the same face on me as that witch does if I had to fly on a broom stick, hard enough time keeping upright as it is without perching on a little stick .. Haha... Love the colours and the shape, and that sentiment is brilliant for the card, I would not have thought to put such a sentiment with the card.
    Kelly xx

  14. Such a cutie!! Lovely funny image, great circle easel shape and the sentiment is the perfect touch :)

  15. Oh how cute. I have a soft spot in my heart for round easel cards this size. This is so sweet.
    Bear Hugs,

  16. LOVE LOVE LOVE this witch! She makes me smile and I love your fun design!! HUGS :)


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