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Stripes and Chevrons: Day 10 of 31 Days of Halloween

Greetings, my spooktacular fiends friends! Today, there is a new Dilly Beans challenge, which just so happens to work with the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. The theme is Halloween! I made a quickie ATC.

I love this little skellie! I colored him with watercolor markers and fussy cut him.

I had these cute little stars from K & Co. which made embellishing the ATC nice and quick. A little bit of Yellow Stickles and that's it. I hope you'll play along with Dilly Beans. Be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tatsic day!

Comments

Sarah said…
Who knew those two patterns would go together so nicely!! I love the image and it's bold colours :)
maureenjscott said…
Fabulous ATC! I love the skelly and the stars and the papers! The whole thing works so well, love the sparkle on there too!! xxx
DonnaMundinger said…
Adorable ATC! what fun colors and background DP. xxD
Laura S Reading said…
This card makes me smile.

Beautiful job of fussy cutting.
TangledBlueRose said…
Love the image! The skele is adorable! Your are brilliant bringing it altogether so perfectly. I love the slight touch of glitter!
Happy Friday!~kim
Unknown said…
Love the way the stripes on the skellie image coordinate with the chevrons!
Wonderful ATC. Love the bright colors and patterns.
My Side of Oz said…
Love the skellie and love the ATC!! I am so in love with these now after seeing them from the hop! Love the colors...bright colors are my weak spot! He just pops out of those chevron stripes!! Awesome job!!
Susan Renshaw said…
Great Dilly Beans image. Love the zigzags and the stars!
Unknown said…
so mesmerizing! It almost makes me dizzy. Love the color scheme
Julia said…
Love chevron, great coloring!
Steph said…
Fab ATC, love the colors and patterns.

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