Well, yesterday was "hump day" as many people like to call it. Luckily, I had a little bit of time last night to make a card. While visiting some of my friends' blogs this week, I saw some challenges where I really wanted to play along, and now I'm happy to have a card to enter into these challenges. It's nothing super fancy, but it's fun. I have so many nieces and nephews, and not all of them are allowed to celebrate Halloween. But for the ones who are allowed to celebrate and go trick-or-treating, I like to make up little treats to give them. This one is for Mary Beth, my oldest niece. She wants to be a mouse for Halloween. She's so cute!
I made this card with a simple pattern paper, a digital Halloween image, a wooden piece that says BOO, and a big ribbon bow with a plaid fabric brad in its center. As I said, it's a very simple card, but it's a fun one and it will do the job of allowing me to play along in some challenges.
Choux Choux Paper Arts - Halloween Challenge 2016 - I noticed that Lori likes the cute kind of spooky, and that's what I prefer as well, so that's the style I had in mind when I created this card.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
CropStop Challenge Blog - Linky Party #20 - Anything Goes - I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks
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