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You're FAB-BOO-LOUS!!

Hello BRI Friends It´s me Waleska... Again.... I made a mistake yesterday posting my last blog post one day early, so today is officially my second last post as a DT member of  Butterfly Reflections Ink... sorry!!   Many of you might not know that I love Halloween but what can I say...(The candy, the costumes, the fun Parties, all the spooky cards!!!) So for my last card I created a cute Halloween card with the AWESOME MFT Fab-BOO-lous Friends Stamp Set (they could totally be the cutest ghosts ever!!


CARD DETAILS:

I started with a A2 size black card base, I cut the half part of the card front so I could have all the ghosts in the front and a cute open background.  I then, stamped all the images with  Versafine Onyx Black Ink and heat embossed them with Super Fine Clear Embossing Powder.  I colored all the images with markers and stamped the sentiment with Zing Metallic Silver Embossing Powder.


For the background I used Oxide ink Wilted Violet and sprayed it with water mixed with Confetti White Perfect Pearl for a little sparkle... I glue all the cute Ghosts to the front flap of the card with Mono Multi Liquid Glue and for the bat ghost I used double sided tape to adhere it to the up part of the card. 


Well friends... so sad to say goodbye, but again as I said it before THANK YOU Vanessa for all your kindness and for letting me be on such an AWESOME DT TEAM!!! I loove making cards this is more than a Hobby for me... Thanks to all who read my posts and follow me on this great time! I know the next team is going to be FAB-BOO-LOUS!!! remember you have until August 27th to apply!

HUGS to all of you,



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  1. Your card is fab-boo-lous. Couldn't resist. 😉

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  2. i would definitely buy this card because it looks so so good. the colors and the drawing is just a work of art which i would love to buy so i will share this article on my Facebook group as well!

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