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Tuesday, 23 August 2016


but I still love making things a bit creepy
 Using my X-cut Graveyard dies AGAIN,
but this time I used the outer  layer to cut an aperture in the main card.
 I grunged it up with distress inks, then cut the second layer 
from a piece of brown co-ordinations cardstock, which I glued to
the underside of the front.
 Next I gathered a collection of promarkers that co-ordinated,
 and shaded the "Graveyard" digital background image from
Delicious Doodles
 Kept it subtle as I was going for a "faded with age" look.
 This was then glued again to the underside of the front piece.
I love this collection of victorian/gothic images from
Simpy Betty Stamps, and Mina was just the perfect addition
to this scene...
 Her ghostly presence lifted by the hope of friendship :D
Finally, a few crunchy paper flowers and a subtle hint of glitter
for the Ladies at Tuesday Thowdown who have asked us to "Make it Sparkle" :D
Enjoy :D XX

I am entering this card for this weeks challenges at;


  1. Smashing work! So much details to your creation. Well done! Thanks for joining my Make it digital challenge over at PFP this week.
    Love n hugs

  2. Love this! Of course the dead can be friends!

  3. Your craftiness knows no bounds!!! Love it :)

  4. What a beautiful process and finished product - very impressive :)

  5. Friends without creepiness are just a tad boring for me. So thank goodness!


  6. What an awesome card! Love all the great instructions to make it. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!

  7. Wow! What a beautiful card Gina. I love the amazing background and your image perfectly coloured. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week for Marie's 'make it digital' challenge. Hugs, Denise x

  8. Fab, spooky card and great design! Thanks for joining in our challenge at PFP this week, good luck! Juliexx

  9. Creep sneaks in, just as it ought. Good one - again!

  10. Long time ago I've been around in blogland, there are many other things on my list. You're still busy like a bee and very creative.
    Wishing you a wonderful September :)