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Day 31 of 31: Happy Halloween!!!

Holy crow! It's officially Halloween! I don't know about you, but I am exhausted! This month really sucked the life right out of me...mwahahahahaaaaaa............ Today, for my last post for the 2016 31 Days of Halloween, I have 1 final 6x6 Mini Page to share with you.

To me, and I am sure to many of you...Halloween isn't just about bats, black cats, and Jack O' Lanterns. And while of course those things are fun and fabulous....Halloween means more to me. The thinned veil, the time for witches and fae to dance around a fire, etc. So although this Saturated Canary image isn't obviously Halloween, it speaks to me in a Halloweeny sort of way. Do you see it too?

I used my Zig Clean Color markers to color in Nymphlytte. I really like how she turned out. My sentiment is from Hero Arts' Dreams are Made set. My background was made with Imagine's Bronze Creative Medium and Stampendous' Filagree Metal Stencil. Around the border, I used some of Stampendous' Copper Lux Mix. I adhered it with Zip Dry Glue from Beacon Adhesives.

I hope you have enjoyed all of my projects for the 31 Days of Halloween. I truly appreciate every one of your comments. Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a fangtastic Halloween!!!

Comments

Becca Yahrling said…
Oh, I love this! It's fabulous. Love the
image, love the background. Happy Halloween!
Mary Holshouser said…
The lady does fit right in with the
theme of Halloween. Great project.
thanks so much for taking the time
to do this all month - it's been such
fun and I've thoroughly enjoyed it.
take care.
Viki Banaszak said…
This is fabulous! I love the background you did on this one.
Susan Renshaw said…
Love the background and the image is just right for Halloween!

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