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Boo! I See You! Day 9 of 31 Days of Halloween

I have another Grumpie card to share with you today! I don’t know what the deal is with me…I haven’t been making very creepy things so far. I’ll need to fix that! ;) But in the meantime, take a “look!”

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Yes, I broke out the eyeball from Inkadinkado also… It’s quickly become one of my new favorite stamps. Doesn’t it make a fantastic background? And doesn’t my Ghost Grumpie (from Smeared Ink) work great with all of those eyes?

Boo-Ghost-2

I used my pencils for this card (hooray!). It was really simple, but I think it’s cool. Ok…I’m off to make something creepy. Perhaps a little bloody. Maybe vintage instead??? Hmmm…we’ll see! Remeber, the rest of the Wicked Bloggers are listed on my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have an spook-tacular day!

Comments

Alex said…
you are just kicking hiney with that eyeball stamp! Loving the ideas you have!!!!
Steph said…
Love that eyeball background you made. Ghost Grumpie does look slightly creey floating there amoung the eyeballs :) FAb card.
ike said…
Oh how I love your Grumpie creations and that eyeball is amazing. I wish I had one of those :-)
Hugz
Ike xxx
Kristina said…
Alison,
Yes the eye's do make for wonderful BG paper! And goes w/ your Grumpy quite well!! I love both of those stamps! You did a terrific job on your card I truly LOVE it!
Peace,
KristyLee
monique said…
love the eyeball background, and the grumpie great card
Jane said…
Love the eyeball background youir grumpie card is fantastic
Luv Jane xxx
Sharon Sahl said…
Mr. Grumpie must think he never gets any privacy floating among all those eyeballs (which I totally love and see why you do too.)
That eyeball stamp looks awesome and of course who can resist a grumpie? Hugs
MaRyKaY said…
all eyes on you.... that is a cute card. diggin all the peepers back at me
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jennifer said…
eye see you! wonderful card, love the eyeballs
Alison... I LOVE this card!!! I can SEE why you are loving the eye ball stamp!!! It is perfect and I need to add it to my wishlist!! I love the Ghost Grumpie also!!! See you tomorrow!!
DonnaMundinger said…
LOVE that eyeball! So perfect with the Grumpie. Adorable! xxD
Scrap Vamp said…
Awesomely creepy! Love the eyeballs!
Susan said…
eeewwwww creepy grumpie! looks like he's been doing meth for a bout 4 days straight LOL!!
Susan
Sugar said…
aww cute lil grumpy! love the eyes!
Oh my, I love that background you've created, no wonder it's become a favourite stamp!
ldfdesign said…
your making me want those eyeballs! i love how you made ghost grumpie eyes the same as the background eye! wonderful job!
bonniebluedenim said…
The eyes have it! Great job! Eyed say that this is a wonderful card!
Love the eyeball stamp and the Grumpie is FAB!

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