Thursday, 10 October 2013

Spooktastic times @ MAWTT

Good Morning,
There's a great new challenge starting today over at Moving Along With the Times
Hazel is our hostess this week and she has chosen us the theme

'Spooktastic Times...'
So we would like to see all your Halloween Theme creations, not too scary please!!!!!
I have used a digi 'Ursulas Witch' that I got from the Digi Garden, however the store has sadly closed. The image was coloured with Copic's & chalks before being cut out. I copied the spider from her hat which I enlarged, coloured, glittered & cut out to use as embellies.

The sentiment was cut out on the silhouette, the top layer was cut out in white and coloured with markers to match the image. The backing papers are a free download  from Bearly Mine & have been mounted onto silver mirri then black card. Ursula has been added to the card using folded card that flattens for easy posting.
Hop on over to the main challenge blog for more spooky inspiration.
Enjoy your day!


  1. Oooh that's a fab card Carole, Super sweet little witch there and a great background.


  2. Ah this is so sweet, Love your play on words with the Happy Birthday, Its ace, Love Hazelxox

  3. Carole, this is fab love that web!! Gorgeous image too x

  4. A lovely easel card with fantastic spider's web. I love your spider embellishment too. Hazel x

  5. Uber cute - definitely too cute to spook :o)
    Love the spider embellies and fabulous DP's
    Debs xx

  6. Gorgeous card Carole, a very cute image and fab design.

    Donna x

  7. ooh this is fab.. love the spiders web!
    Lisa x

  8. Wonderful card, great design and lovely paper. xxx

  9. This is just so cute - I love that little girl and the spiders are fab hugs Judith x

  10. Hey Carole, love your card, the web is amazing! Cx

  11. This is so sweet Carole, I love that image and your fabulous papers!
    Hugs, Tammy

  12. A lovely witchy birthday card, and I'm with you, nothing too scary please! Jx


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