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Friday, 28 September 2018

Just for Fun...

No sponsor this week at 
so Playtime!!!  :D

I don't often get to use rubber stamps
(of which I have many)
I love this time of year, when the nights are
getting darker...and spooky mwahaha...
Last month I made an envelope journal/storage
thingy, and this was a great opportunity to start
making art pieces to add to it.


Each piece will be 10cm x 20cm and fit
nicely into the envelope folder
(Creepy Clown and Kids stamps from Sin City
Halloween quote stamps from Graphics 45)

Why not take this opportunity to walk on the Darkside 
it can be very therapeutic ;)
Enjoy XXX

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10 comments:

  1. Oh I love this! That clown looks really sinister and the "Eat, drink and be scary" sentiment is perfect with him.

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  2. This is lovely, I hope you come back to play at Polkadoodles this week too x

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  3. Your "thinky" looks awesome and so do your page, can't wait to see more of your art that will be placed there to give nice spooky feelings to whom ever opens it. Thank you so much for joining us at Dream In Darkness Challenge. I hope you are having a lovely Autumn.

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  4. Love, Love, Love!! I love your thingys! LOL! Big Hugs Gina!

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  5. "an envelope journal/storage thingy" to fill with deliciously spooky artful bits. Perfect for the season!

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  6. Fantastic project!
    Spooky!!
    Thanks for releasing your inner monster for Edna and the sisterhood of snarky stampers this week!!

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  7. So cool! Thanks for joining in the fun at SoSS, Jo x

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  8. Love your pocket pages here so fun! Such cool treasures to be tucked inside, too. Thanks for playing along at Dream in Darkness! (and for playing with my stamps :) )

    Kim

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  9. oh, my, creeeeeepy! I was just reading an interesting article on Smithsonian about how clowns have gradually changed in society from fun to creepy. yikes! THanks for playing along at SOSS!

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  10. Love how you have used the Blank Page Muse Stamps on your card and made it "spooky" - great idea!

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