Monday, 25 August 2014

Witch Head

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I popped over to Simon Says Stamp this morning to check on the new monday theme and oh gosh, it's Witch Kraft.  Count me in.  I love Halloween.  The colours are so delicious, and so are the pumpkins LOL.  Mine is growing nicely.  Hoping for a giant one to be star of the harvest party.  Anyway, my brain cell threw out a number of ideas.  Here's one

I cut my kraft ATC using Sizzix ATC and corners die and embossed with Sizzix Notebook embossing folder.  I added a touch of VersaMagic Tea Leaves and Hint of Pesto around the edge.  The letters are cut from Prima Harlequin patterned paper.  I stamped and fussy cut Stampers Anonymous Retro Halloween Witch and coloured with Promarkers and Wink of Stella.  A holographic confetti star and she's all ready for a new school year.  


Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
Wicked Wednesday ATC Challenge 120 - Back to School
Papertake Weekly - To Die For
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Back to School 

Thanks for your visit.  Hope the week is off to a great start.  Hugs


  1. Hahahaha a witch for the head teacher, great take on the 'back to school' theme. Thanks for joining us at Wicked Wednesday this week :)

  2. hi Gail! super cute card, so glad you played along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    sparkle & shine *~*

  3. Lol! I think we all had a head teacher that probably fit that category! Very cool project and thank you so much for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! :)


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