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9/16/2014

Cemetary - Halloween

Welcome, and thanks for stopping to visit today. We're working on Halloween cards at our house -  so here's another one to share.  But first: A big warm welcome to Connie of Crafty Home Cottage. I just met Connie through another blogger's TCBH blog (Kay of 505whimsygirl). I am so enjoying reading all these Monday posts to learn more about my blogging friends and in the process, making some new friends. What fun. Check out Connie's blog, because she has some spiffy makeovers for lots of things you have around your house, and some really interestin' schtuff.


- Stampendous wooden cemetery stamp, inked with Versafine black - stamped using Bonnie's stamp press - over a Dylusions and Lindy's starburst sprayed index card. Edged with DI weathered wood and soot. irResistible pico clear liquid applied over the 31, dark spots on the skeleton and some of the tombstones. IRL this gives a bit of shine.

- Halloween phrases were from Silhouette online store, resized for the card, and some of the elements of the purchased phrase were ungrouped and discarded (oh, I'm trying to learn). Cut from white card stock, colored with Copic 110 black, and then used Black Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel - 2 coats for the shine.

- Purchased Recollection crows were added, and the gold thing-ys were also from a Recollection Halloween pack.

- Black mat had the inside portion removed, and then this was adhered to a chartreuse card base.

Hope you like it. Have a wonderful day, and big hugs to all my sweet visitors.

27 comments:

  1. Spooky and fabulous!! I love all of the Halloween touches you added!! Awesome card my friend!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. Very macabre Mary, you've done a wonderful job with the image. Carol x

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  3. You've been making some really cool and spooky Halloween cards, and I love the background technique's you're using! Great card!

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  4. Another absolutely fabulous Halloween card Mary, I love this one too! Hugs, Anne xx

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  5. Wow what a fabulous card, great image and elements and so many different applications.

    KAth x

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  6. Spooky and fabulous Mary, I love it
    Kevin xx

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  7. wooooo! What a great Halloweenie card, Mary! Wonderfully scary colors and a great collage design! I saw this image at Michaels, and would never have used the techniques you chose. NOW I might get it if it is still there LOL Thanks for showing me how! hugs, de

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  8. Cool and creepy, Mary! Your Halloween card is super :)

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  9. Another spooky, scary, and FUN card for Halloween! VERY cute.
    Lynn

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  10. Another hubby choice? You're really getting in to the Halloween spirit! These big stamps are wonderful. I'm thinking might need to get a few of these for Christmas (Christmas themed ones - not Halloween!) Thanks for sharing your awesome art!

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  11. Love your background Mary, and the way you are using these big stamps and making them 'yours' is fabulous.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  12. hi Mary, thank you for joining me and your lovely comment..
    We don`t celebrate Halloween over here in UK, love what you have done on these card with this image.
    Had a little peek at some cards your colouring is amazing.
    hugs pam

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  13. Not a halloween person Mary but you sure know how to make them....awesome colours too. That die was crap to put through, 3/4 of it was fine but the middle would not cut through no matter how many times I did it or which way I placed it..xx.......♥aNNie


    The Journey is the Start

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  14. Hi Mary,

    another of your delightful and spooky,
    scary cards.
    These are so fab, and fantastic.
    I love your superb stamping and the super backgrounds you have created.
    i am soooooooooo! impressed.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  15. You and hubby are very good at making these awesome Halloween cards Momma Mary! I love he sprays on this one too, that image is very cool and spooky looking. Love the shine on parts of the image. I also love that you are using your Silhouette-looks like you are learning pretty good! And of I love the pics take beside that awesome pumpkin Brenda sent to you! Hugs, Brenda

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  16. Great card Mary. I love that neon greenish yellow cardstock for this card. It is a spooky fun card with lots of detail.

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  17. Eek! A couple of scary ones!

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  18. FABULOUS, AND you have used your Silhouette, Excellent, well done.

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  19. Ooooo! spooky or what, it's a fabulous card Mary, brilliant images and colours, hugs Kate x

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  20. Very scary, great Halloween card. Hazel xx

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  21. Eek!! I love it, Mary! Halloween is not a holiday that I get too becited about (don't tell Joe!), but I sure do love seeing the marvelous cards you other crafty gals come up with! I love all your pretty fall cards, too! Hugs, Darnell

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  22. Another creepy Halloween image with a really cool background.

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  23. Great halloween card Mary, we don't celebrate it here but it looks like a lot of fun, Cathy x

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  24. Another lovely Halloween card, Mary!!! Love the colours you have worked with!!!

    Have a super day!!
    Hugz

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  25. another great Halloween card
    Carol x

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  26. Two lovely spooky cards Mary and such fun. I too am not really sure about this type of card, but I put this down to the fact that Halloween has only become popular over here relatively recently and therefore our generation has never really celebrated it, but that said I love what you have done with your background colours and they are both wonderfully imaginative. I am back now and enjoying catching up with what's been happening here. x

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