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An Owl, a Spider, and a Cat


It's Orange and Black time at the Pattie's Creations Challenge Blog. I used the Tree Owl Moon Silhouette image and I colored in it MS Word. My papers are from Creative Imaginations' Hallows Eve collection, my fence is from Creative Memories, and my spider and cat are SEI. This image was actually a freebie on the blog the first Friday of October - be sure and check out the next one in November.

Grab some black and orange and join us in the challenge.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Fabulous! Love the scene you created and the netting is a great add on!

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  2. Fabulous spooky creation Nancy I like the scen you have created.
    Kevin xx

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  3. Fab card Nancy I love the inking that you have done and that tree really pops out, I love that cute cat and the headstones is a great finishing touch.
    Super card. - Thank you as well for all your lovely comments on my blog, you always leave wonderful comments and they are very much appreciated. So happy to have you as a crafty friend.
    Hugs Kelly-
    xxxxxx

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  4. Ooh, spook me out!!!!!!! LOL Fab work on your card....I like that netting you used.

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  5. This is so cute. Love this design and how clever to use tulle for the spider wweb.

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  6. Great touch with the toule adn well done with all those skewed panels!

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  7. Wow Nancy! This is amazing... I love how you used my image. I love all your embellishments too.

    Hugs
    Pattie ♥

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  8. Nancy - I love this! I love the fence, the cat, and all the little extras on this creation!
    Sandi ♥
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

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  9. This is one awesome spooky cool card! well done with all those ghostly images and colors! BOO!

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  10. This looks fantastic!! Love the simplicity of the image with the die cuts and it all works so well with the layering - especially the text paper (one of my fave things!)

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  11. fantastic card nancy.i really love your spooky scene and your striking colours and details are stunning :D

    xx coops xx

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  12. Now that is "Spooktacular". Love the cat-it's so cute and a great idea using the netting for some texture on this. I am scared to pieces from the spider....ooooo spiders and me are not good company. You should have seen the ones I had in my craft room this year for real!!! Nasty!!!! lol
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  13. This is such a fun little Halloween scene!! Love the added tulle as well! :)

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  14. So spooky and cute. Great use of the tulle.

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  15. OOO, looks very spooky. Although the spider is creeping me out. LOL!! :)

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