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Trick or Treat Friends! Day 5 of 31 Days of Halloween: 2011

Greetings! Today will be a relaxed, and considerably short post. I am sorry that I need to put so many projects on one post sometimes, but I have a lot of obligations! :) I hope that you are at least enjoying all that I’m sharing with you. Today is a DT free, challenge free, relaxed and easy card. I used only Inkadinkado stamps. It’s kinda cutsie for me, but I like it!

I used 4 mini sets from Inkadinkado for this card. Look at those happy little trick or treaters! Aren’t they sweet? In a kinda spooky way? I love their expressions.

I colored the images in with my watercolor markers. This was a fun and fast card! There’s a treat inside the card….

Boo! This little Jack is the 4th in the set of these cute faces. I thought it would be fun to have him on the inside of the card.
Are you enjoying the 31 Days of Halloween so far? I know I am! All of the Wicked bloggers are listed in my side bar. Tomorrow I’ll have (another) longish post, as I need to double up again. But I do hope you’ll come back! Thanks for stopping by. Have a spook-tacular day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Hon, I think you backtracked. It's day 5! LOL anyway, LOVE the tiny stamps. what a cute card! xxD
ike said…
Eeek - that scared me for a minute... I wasn't sure what day I was on either !! I love these little stamps - they're sooo cute. Lovely card.
Hugz
Ike xxx
Alison said…
Yup! I goofed on what day it was... see how crazy my life is right now? Thanks for the heads up! I fixed my title! ;)
MaRyKaY said…
love that card. so cute. background paper is awesome
Sharon Sahl said…
The layout of this card is super. And the little faces are darling and beautifully colored.
Kristina said…
Yes, I am totally enjoying the 31 day's of Halloween so far!!
And I dont mind looking at all of posts, you do wonderful works of Art!
Love your card for day 5! Well done!
See ya for day 6!
Peace,
Kristy
monique said…
love the card and the stamps you used
Jane said…
Love your card they do look cute
Luv Jane xxx
ldfdesign said…
cute card! it's great that you have a suprise inside!
Alison... These little guys are really cute and just a bit creepy!!! I love your card and the layout is awesome! Your coloring is just perfect as always!!!
jennifer said…
very cute card, love that decorated the inside also!
Susan said…
I love those stamps, so cute!
Susan
~Lady B~ said…
So cute and fun! i LOVE the animal print accent with your halloweenies!
Scrap Vamp said…
Fantastic card! I love the blocking with the stamps!
Steph said…
Great card! Cute images, and I love the little guy on the inside and the zebra ribbon too!
bonniebluedenim said…
I have this little set, I love how you used it.So cute and the addition of the little pumpkin inside is a great idea!
DK Spins said…
That is such a cute card - love those Inkadinkado images! Cool background paper too.
Wheeee, this is so much fun! :D
This is great, loving the pumpkin on the inside too

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