Trick or Treat Greetings On This Ghoulish Night

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Thank you so much for joining me for another Halloween fright! I am cramming in my last (well, maybe not my last) Halloween card. I don’t know what it is about Halloween, I always want to do another project.  I wish I could bottle up the mojo I seem to conjure at Halloween time so I could use it in those lean mojo days!!

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Boo! Alcohol Ink Happy Halloween Card

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It is officially Halloween time!  To celebrate, I am featuring a scary, fun Halloween project. And the added bonus is this project also gives you another idea on how to use alcohol inks as a background, just like was demonstrated in last week’s video (hey, didn’t see it, then click here).

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A Frightful Night With MFT Fab-BOO-lous stamps

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It is sooo nice to be hosting the blog today. And what fun it is to share a card filled with scary Halloween things!

This card is showcasing the My Favorite Things Fab-BOO-lous Friends stamp and die set. This stamp set is chocked full of fun monsters, ghosts, bats and the like to help make your Halloween scene super ghoulish!

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Eerie Trick or Treat Card

Trick or Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.  Isn’t that the way the children’s Trick or Treat rhyme goes?  I don’t know about the ‘smell my feet’ part but I love a Halloween card filled with bats and haunted houses and other ghoulish things.


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Have A Happy Howloween

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Back again … ready to start another fun project.  Today is a scary Halloween card highlighting another Lawn Fawn stamp set from their new Fall release.  The Happy Howloween stamp set, along with it’s companion lawn cuts and the supporting Stitched Tree Border Lawn Cuts set, help make this card up in a snap.

Howloween Card
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