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Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Halloween


 The new challenge at Try It On Tuesday is Halloween.  The design team have some very spooky samples on the challenge blog so I hope you will pay them a visit.  I had already made one sample when I realised another of the team had used the same idea so this was a last minute quick journal page.  I keep my stamps stored by make so it took me ages to find these stamps out, I have used stamps by Lavinia, Hero Arts and stampendous.  I recently discovered how to print in white with a black background ( yes I know everyone else probably knew years ago! ) so now I don't need to buy any more word stickers, just print my own !


10 comments:

  1. Beautiful page, Joan, beautifully made, as always. Hugs, valerie

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  2. Wow, what a fabulous page! So glad you found all those amazing stamps, the Halloween scene that you created is perfect - I love it 😀. Happy and creative wishes! Hugs, Jo x

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  3. Stunning Halloween scene Joan! LOVE it all!!!! Have a super week! ((HUGS)) Helen

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  4. What an absolutely brilliant scene! Love how you printed your own words. Stay safe, Hugs, Chrisx

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  5. A fabulous Halloween scene, love the combination of images and the words look great.
    Avril xx

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  6. A truly brilliant scene (and was this the witch you were looking for or are you still hunting?)
    Fab journal page Joan. xx

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  7. That's a fabulous Halloween scene Joan. The skeleton flying by the moon is great image, as they all are actually. This is such a fun and spooky piece. Hope all is well. Hugs-Erika

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  8. A fantastic Halloween page Joan. your images look great and I love the skeleton flying with the bats.
    Yvonne xx

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