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Boo to you!!! Happy Halloween!!!

Hello Friends!!! Waleska here...Happy Halloween!!! I am so happy to be sharing with you today the last post of the month as a Guest Designer plus today is Halloween and if you know me you know how much I looove making halloween cards...I had (seriously, had) to use the amazing Hello Bluebird stamps and dies for my card today!!! They are adorable and super amazing to mix and match different sets, have you check out their latest release?? it is amazing... let me share with you my card details....


To create this card I used the Spooky Scene die set which is great to create quick scenes!! I cut this die with Lawn Fawn Black Licorice Cardstock.  For the background I used Oxide Inks in colors Wilted Violet and Twisted Citron and added some water splashes.  I die cut the tombs with Lawn Fawn Narwal Cardstock and added black crosses on top.  I colored all the images with markers mostly to match my color palete of purple, black, gray and white.

I mix two Hello Bluebird stamp sets as I mention before to create this card I used Trick or Treat Stamp Set and Halloween Fun Stamp Set... I think that when you can mix and match stamp sets is great because you have endless possibilities with your sets.  I finally adhere all the images I added some wink of stella here and there and added star sequins in the sky for more sparkle.

I hope you have an amazing Halloween full of fun activities, lots of candy, crafty time to make spooky projects and time do some shopping... Don´t forget to take advantage of the Sale at the shop!!!


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