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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

We're celebrating Halloween at the paper shelter this week

Good morning all

Whoops just checked and my scheduled post didin't!! - here it is : )

I'm here for another one of my Wednesday 3 card tricks lol.  This is my first DT post of the day and its for 

The Paper Shelter

We are being very seasonable and celebrating that spooky time of year!

our theme is simply


I used a lovely new digi that was just released at TPS last week called 

The Cutest Wizard available here
Together with those fab Spooktacular signs papers - so useful for all things Halloween and they're available here

I made another of my gift/trick or treat bags - like the one I made  a couple of weeks ago and really liked how it turned out. 
  My daughter Alison is going to come round trick or treating with her friend Rachel - well they are bringing their two little boys with them lol -my grandson Jacob and Rachel's little boy Leo -  both almost three years old.  So I decided I'd make them a bag each and find some goodies to fill it with for them - not sure if they'll have a clue what's going on but I'm sure they'll enjoy it.  They're only calling at our house and Leo's grandmas house - probably enough for a first Halloween outing I think.  Funnily enough I remember Alison and Rachel going out with the rest of their friends when they were teenagers - they were supposed to be based on the film "The Craft" - all short skirts and too much make up as I recall - happy days - how time flies!!

Anyway I digress - back to my card and this weeks challenge.

As always we have a fab prize for our winner at TPS

Challenge prize badge

I hope you'll play along with us

This is what I did,,,

Image - Thcutest wizard from TPS
Coloured with copics and prismacolor encils
Paper - from the Spooktacular signs paper set at TPS
Glitter glues from Martha Stewart
Kraft bag - from Michaels
Stars - cut with a Nallie Snellen die

That talented bunch of DT girls over at TPS have mad some gorgeous projects this week - pop over and have a look at what they have made with the fabulous Halloween images and papers that we have at TPS


Judith xx


Nannieflash said...

Hi Judith, wow hope that things are a little easier for you, and your bag is just stunning for any lilttle person to take with them to go trick or treating. hugs Shirleyxxxx

Sue B said...

What a fab design Judith…Love the chalkboard effect and the cute little wizard! oh the boys will love them!!
Hope you are well
Big hugs
Sue B xx

Scrappy Scatty said...

how beautiful xx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Hi Judith what a fab bag and such a good idea for your grandson! Susan x

KraftyKoolKat said...

Very cute Judith. I hope the little un's enjoy their first Halloween. I was never interested, but then I was a scare cat.


Gail said...

Fabulous gift bag. I love the idea of this and how you have made it. The image is cute and colored wonderfully! Thanks for the ideas on what else to do with stamps...I always think of only cards! Hugs, Gail