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I whipped up a fun Halloween card for the Fab Friday challenge.

I decided I was going with a ghost theme and dug out this fun ghost dsp for the background. I did add a layer of black behind it so it would be set off a bit from the white card base. ff 1 (546x640)

I die cut a wonky shape out of cajun craze and used my wonky stitched die to cut a peek-a-boo window for the cute ghost to pop out of. I added the sentiment and was done. ff 2 (640x424)

That’s it for today! Be sure to pop in tomorrow for some fun news!

Supplies: CS: SU! white, basic black and frightful sight dsp. Stamps: PTI happy haunting and polka dot parade #7. Dies: PTI SAF 1960’s and linen impression plate. MFT peekaboo wonky window.


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Heather H

OK, spooky perfection! Those "wonky shapes" sure add some great movement - I love the stitch effect, too - what a great choice for your ghost! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

Amanda Mertz

Love that ghost DSP...sweet and not spooky! The uneven Cajun Craze panel is just the right look for the image and feel of the card! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

Mindy Backes

Ha! I love the wonky panel! Such a cute idea for this sketch! Thanks for playing at Fab Friday!

Brenda Myers

Very cute card!! Love the cute ghost!! Thank you for joining us at Fab Friday!!

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