Getting Spook On!

Hi There!

This year I caught the bug, the one that wants to play with spooky things. I’m really creeped out by horror stuff, just ask my family. They like to see me scream in fright. Anyway, I dipped my hand in just a few Halloween dies and thought I’d give it a go.

I have to admit, for this one, it was fun duty I have no idea what I’m going to do with it.

I used the Tim Holtz distress crayons to get the grunge look, I still can’t believe how easy it is to do.

I use grit paste and the Christmas word stencil for the font to do the beware. I used the different letters to create, Took some patience but it worked.

The next one is for my grandchildren. I used the oxide inks on black card. It makes the perfect night sky. The cute trick or treaters match my 5 GC πŸ‘ΆπŸ» and 🐢, so it’s perfect. I stacked them and topped with black glitter card. I had forgotten that I had the holiday word dies that included Halloween. It’s extra special when you realise you have something that you completely forgot about.

They really don’t do trick or treat here in the πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ and I miss it! This just a nice reminder of home. Hope everyone has a spooky Halloween.

Joanne

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Back to School You Go!

Time to head back to school already for read’n an writen an rithmatic. Here’s my take for the Simon says Monday challenge. First time using the little clip board.  Another fun thing to play on. 

The Tim Holtz paper dolls add so much whimsy and character. 

I also used some of my hoarded stash that I vowed to use at the beginning of the year. I have to find room for all the new things I’ve been adding. I really have a problem!  But it could be worse couldn’t it?  

Anyway, get the kiddies ready for school and the do a little celebration dance in your craft room. 

Enjoy!  

Joanne