Friday, 11 October 2019

Weird Little Pumpkin Dude - 31 Days of Halloween Day 11

Merry met twilight walkers.  Even the undead must sleep.  Tis chance we shall not make it to the witching hour tonight for the sandman is abroad and I think he is in Norway.  So here's a small offering to appease the spooks and lurkers.


I cut a white ATC and covered it with a piece of patterned vellum.  Love that hot, hot pattern.  The little pumpkin dude is a rubber stamp from the Greeting Farm, back when they made rubber stamps.  I think the set is called Spooktacular.  I coloured him with Promarkers.  The sign is a MME Something Wicked sticker. 

That's all for today folks.
I'm off to find a hot chocolate and a soft bed.
Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Fall/Autumn  
LeighSBDesigns 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop 2019
Dream in Darkness

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10 comments:

  1. Happy Day 11! That lil dude is way too cute to eat, drink & be scary! LOL ;0)

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  2. Fabulous ATC love the cute pumpkin dude and background!

    Val DT LeighSBDesigns x

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  3. Wonderful ATC! The hot coloured background looks amazing and the little pumpkin dude is adorable 😁. Thanks so much for joining the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! Creative wishes, Jo x

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  4. Little pumpkin dude is looking great against that background!

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  5. Love your ATC... Cute little pumpkin! Happy 31 DOH!

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  6. Almost too cute to spook. Love the background.

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