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Not Too Halloweenie: Day 17 of 31 Days of Halloween

Greetings! Today I bring you another card using a fabulous digi from StampInsanity. It’s Witch Morgan and you can buy here HERE. But even though she’s supposed to be used for Halloween, I used very un-Halloween colors, and I love the end result! I would definitely use this card for other times throughout the year! I hope you like it too…


I love the bright and cheery colors. I started off by coloring my image, like I always do…then I found the papers and stuff later.


Here’s a close up. You can see I used 3 colors of Stickles on the card for some extra zing. What do you think of my Blue Moon? One of the other Groovy Gurlz (I am SO sorry that I can’t remember who!) made a blue moon and I was totally inspired!


Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, posted on my sidebar. Have an inspiring day!!!


Stampin’ Royalty: Halloween

Karber Challenge: Halloween w/ a digi image

Anything Goes: Ribbon

Paper Cutz: Anything Goes

Penny’s Challenges: So Long as it Flies

City Crafter Challenge Blog: Take Flight

PS: Strange Skin has 3 (!) new collections up!!! Click HERE to view them!


Danielle said…
OMG!! First I hafta say, that is a lot of challenges to enter her in! Good for you!! Second, LOVE the blue moon!! and C, that image is awesome, and I can see how you could use it for other things besides Halloween! You picked great colors to work with!! Bitchin'!
Berenice R. said…
So nice card! Thank you for playing the karber Weekly Challenge. You can add your card for The Monthly Challenge as well, find the link on my profile :)
DonnaMundinger said…
She is just precious Alison! LOVE the colors you used. OMG, and are the new collections at strange skin FAB!!!! Gotta get me some! xxD
Stitchinwitch said…
I love the colours you used so sweet
Andrea C said…
great colour combo, fab card x
ldfdesign said…
love the cuteness of this card!!!! the colors are perfect!
Alex said…
She is very Halloween in a Bewitched sort of way :). The moon is great!!!
Lynette said…
Love the ribbon at the bottom couldn't have picked more gorgeous color group. The blue moon adds to the mystery.
Jane said…
I love this image a fantastic card
Luv Jane xxx
Lisa Foster said…
This is fabulous, Alison! I LOVE the colors!
Steph said…
Wonderful card I love the bright colors you chose, and fab job on the blue moon.
She is a cutey isn't she and so lends herself to colours other than traditional halloweeny. Congrats for lining up so many challenges for her as well
Helen xx
Kelli said…
That's a heck of a lot of challenges girly! Awesome card! Even though you didn't use "Halloween colors" I think she is still Wicked sweet!
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
What a cool image, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!
SuzieQ said…
Very cute and great colors!
KC said…
great card! I love the colors you chose for her and the blue moon is awesome! so cute!!!
Sugar said…
I love the girly colors! she is darling!1
Sandra Farrell said…
Cute image. Beautiful card. I love what you did for the SPOOKY KOOKY challenge. Thanks for joining us at Stampin' Royalty this week.
Ros said…
Lovely card ... great image ... thanks for playing along at CCCB
Cheryl Nelson said…
This is so darling! Thank you for playing along at CCCB!

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