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It’s TIME FOR A CARD TUESDAY and I’ve been getting inky with the new Halloween sets…SPOOKY CUTIES and SPOOKY SENTIMENTS. These two sets are made to go together or they can be used on their own.  The words in SPOOKY SENTIMENTS are made to stack, like subway art, or they can be used individually on your cards, tags and other Halloween projects.

It’s always fun to add a little bit of texture to a project.  For this clean and simple card I brought out the neon green embossing powder not only as a fun color element, but for a its sleek  texture, too.


Here are a few detail shots of that sweet lil’ ghostie and that super fun neon embossing powder…



I stuck with traditional Halloween colors for this card, but I’ve be dabbling in some other color palettes for Fall and Halloween that I am looking forward to sharing.

Gotta keep this short and sweet today.  Lots to ink, cut and paste…and that’s just with my preschooler!

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Stamps: Spooky Cuties, Spooky Sentiments

Ink: VersaMark, Brilliance Graphite Black

Paper: Pebbles Pattern Paper, White and Black cardstock

Other: Neon Green Embossing Powder, Queen & Co. Enamel Dots, Dimensional Adhesive

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