Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Destination Spooky House

Hello.  Welcome. Well, October sure has skedaddled by and tomorrow is the most bootastic day of the year.  I hope you have managed to get your spook on.  I'm sharing my final creation for the 31 Days of Halloween celebration over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.  I used the very new Witch 2 stamp, and if you are a Lost Coast Designs fan then you should check out the new section cos there's some brand new and really fun, and creepy, things going on.  Just saying.......  

I used Yourba Adire background stamp.  Ain't it beautiful!!  And I love this witch!  So many lovely details and dangly bits.  She looks like she's having a blast on the way to the Sizzix die cut spooky house party.  Full details over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity and don't forget the 31 Days of Halloween and Cats and Dogs challenge linkies are open until the end of the month.  That's tomorrow!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Witch is joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Halloween/Spooky
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Take Flight
Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies
That's Crafty Challenges - Spookalicious Challenge
Power Poppy Creative Confetti Challenge - Background Check
Repeat Impressions DCC103 - It’s Up in the Air



  1. Wonderful Halloween card Gail! The background stamp is so pretty and the design is really striking.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx

  2. What afabulous card, she certainly looks like she is flying off to have some fun!

  3. This is fab Gail, I'm loving the new stamps! Have a very happy November, and I'll catch up with you after my holidays xx

  4. Ooo . . . the background is fabulous; it looks so dimensional and very full of texture. It almost looks like lace. Your big bright moon is perfect! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

  5. A lovely Halloween card . Great Halloween imagery. Thanks for joining us at That's Crafty. x


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