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A Spooky Night Scene

I love some spooky music, fun costumes, and a good ghost story this time of year.  I also love to make cards that require no coloring.  For this card, I inked up my embossing folder with some Memento Black (I clean it with a Magic Eraser), ran my new SU! EF through the Big Shot, added the new DRS Designs RIP Tombstone and a Tiny Happy Halloween greeting, and I was done.

 
This was soooo easy and lots of fun.  
 
Hugz 

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  1. This is a great Halloween card and I love the no coloring idea. Thanks for the hint on how you clean up the ink. Have a fun day.

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  2. A fabulous card Nancy, a wonderful spooky scene.
    Pauline
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  3. Fabulous results! Love your spooky card!

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  4. This is truly an AWESOME card! I just told someone today that your seagrass/moon/miracle sentiment card is in my top 10 favorite cards of all time, and I think you're adding a 2nd one!

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  5. Ohhhhh, this is so cool! So a magic eraser cleans pigment ink? Good to know! I borrowed this folder from a good friend and inked it with Versafine and was shocked to realize it stained the entire folder a deep dark shade of black! Goo-gone worked for me, but I'll keep your trick in mind for the next time! LOL

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  6. What a great looking monochromatic card! Love the technique u=you used.

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