Monday, 31 October 2016

Mrs Goggins' Fantastic Brews

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Hello.  Welcome.  Shopping my stash tonight, starting with ye olde long forgotten embellishments.  Still in the MME chipboards.  This time we have moved back in time to 2010 and this cute potion mistress is from MME's Blackbird glittered chipboards

I really love this.  Ain't she just too cute to spook.  The orange is a piece of fabric left over from my scrunchie I made for one of my Rubber Dance DT projects this month.  It is stamped with small stars and dots.  The bootastic and boo are Cheery Lynn dies.  The background is a collage of stamps from Inspired by Stamping

Ain't that just so cool for Halloween nuts.  I used purple Brusho's to make the background then used 11 different stamps from Inspired by Stamping Tricks & Treats, Halloween Labels and Halloween Tags set.  Masking was involved also.  I cut the panel with Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangle die to give that cute stitched border.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
More Than Words Mini Challenge - Boo
Stampotique Designers Challenge 259 - Halloween 
Inspired By Stamping Customer Gallery 
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity - Scary or Weird
Mod Squad Challenge - Halloween Fun 


  1. Such a cute card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at  The Mod Squad Challenge Angie, Challenge Host.

  2. Super duper awesome! LOVE Halloween cards and yours is just amazing. Hugs, Joanna xxx

  3. Hah! She is a cutie, great entry for our Halloween week! Thank you for joining our Stampotique Designers Challenge!

  4. Another creeptastic cutie! You've really had a spooktacular October and thank you for joining in on our Halloween celebrations over at Lost Coast Portal to Creativity, Happy Halloween!

  5. Love it, great colors and images. Thanks for joining us at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity :)


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