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>> Wednesday, August 27, 2014

I can't believe that next week is September already, can you?!? Hardly seems like Summer has even started yet and it will be October and time for pumpkins before we know it! I admit though, a small part of me is almost giddy that Autumn is near. It's my favorite season! I'm in love with the new Halloween stamps that have been shown here in a few sneak peeks lately and nothing gets you ready for the next season like stamping up cards for it.  I've been inking them every chance I get!

Here's another sneak peek card I made showing off the new Halloween Shoe Fits Greeting (143D) and the adorable Witch Feet (140H)

I colored the image with Copic Markers and sponged green ink around it while it was in a Nestie die.  Using the Out-Of-The-Box Technique allowed me to use a smaller die that looked better with my layout--that's why the broom is hanging out of the oval shape a bit.  As you can see I split up the greeting above and below my image and three bat punchies embellished this card nicely.  A white gel pen gave them eyes and made them creepy.. It's almost like they're looking at you! Hope you like it!

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Samantha said...

What a fun card today, Jennifer! Love the green panel and the shading behind the image.
You're right about the bat's eyes.
They do follow you!!

Shelia said...

Great Halloween card, Jennifer! Live the eyes on those bats! They are the perfect embellishment for your witch!!

Karin said...

Your witch feet are great and I love the broom coming outside the die cut...Very cool! That bright green background paper looks amazing too!

Sue said...

So cute Jennifer! I love the bright colors and your out of the box oval!

Robin Clendenning said...

Cute little bats all around! This image is perfect in the oval with the out of the box broom!! Fun colors!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is terrific, Jennifer! Love the bright Halloween colors and the little bats flying around. The split greeting is perfect.

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