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Some Halloween Cards

Did a few last minute Halloween cards this weekend - I need to get them in the mail - these will be the only ones I am mailing this year.
 
 
This card is for the Outlawz Paper A La Mode Challenge - this week it is all about Halloween.  The sponsor is A Day for Daisies. I was unfamiliar with this company until this challenge and I have to say that I love their whimsical images.  This is Little Witch on Fence and she was so easy to color up.  I colored the fence, the cats, and a few parts of her outfit and then I sponged on some super Halloween colored Distress inks.  Added a few doodles and some white gel pen - didn't take long at all!
 
 

This card was done for the Splitcoast Stampers Inspiration challenge.  My inspiration was a tiny ghost charm.  Can you find my little shy ghost?



My images are from DRS Designs - Silhouette Majestic Pines and Silhouette Grave Yard.  Sponged the whole thing with Memento black and TH Distress Victorian Velvet.  Added in some SU! Dazzling details.  Super fast card with no coloring. 

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Both cards are fabulous! I love that adorable image on the first, and the colors on the 2nd are fantastic! I love the tiny graveyard with those majestic trees! Great Halloween cards!

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  2. Cute first card and love the sparkly wisps of clouds and great bg on the second!

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  3. Both are wonderful! Love the shading on both cards. Really make them scream Halloween and fun. I did spot that little ghost too!
    Lynn

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  4. Two super Halloween cards Nancy, I love the way you have coloured your sweet little witch and the colours on the second card are gorgeous.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Love both of these cards. That first image is fabulous and looks like it was fun to color. The second one is beautiful with your glittered clouds against that gorgeous sky. I did find the ghost, but I had to look twice before I spotted it. Old eye I guess!!! Enjoy the evening.

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  6. Great cards for Halloween! Love the little witch on the fence and I love the eeriness of the glitter clouds among the trees.

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  7. Both cards are fabulous Nancy, I do love the little witch with her cats, I hope the baby is doing well
    Kevin xx

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  8. Two adorable cards,love them both.xxx

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  9. Your cards are fabulous. Love the trees and clouds with the glitter.

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  10. You are so good at making these stunning backgrounds with the colors and the images you choose are stunning with it as well!! I love them both! :)

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