Feeling Wicked

Challenge #224 – Picture Inspiration & HALLOWEEN JUMP START

Halloween isn’t my thing and I only make one or two cards each year. This is my first one so far and is intended for our little neighbor down the street. As I don’t do the trick or treat part anymore, this goes to her with some money inside so she can buy whatever treats she wants. I like doing fun folds and this is a double Z fold. The ghosts were fussy cut and I went over them with a white gel pen, but they still look a bit grayer than I wanted. Card stock all from Gina K but the pp is from other sources. Stamp set is from GKD called Feeling Wicked, and I randomly stamped some of the images and the word onto scrap CS and cut it to the size I needed.

20 thoughts on “Feeling Wicked

  1. So cute, Johanna, you have all of the really fun Halloween characters included in your z-fold card. Your fun fold cards are always a “treat” to me.

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    1. Thanks – I just had a thought about this card and later will add to it. Too late for here but it will look better I think . Decided to add some Opal Blaze to the ghosts as this will help them to stand out a bit more.

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  2. This is a cute Halloween card, and I am sure your little neighbor will love it! I am a big fan of z fold cards and your double z fold is twice as awesome! Love the traditional Halloween colors you used and the hand-stamped patterned paper you created!

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    1. She will and if she does as she usually does I’ll receive a hand done thank you drawing to put on the fridge. I like having one there for a while.


  3. Oh Johanna, this is so cute. Love the z-fold. Your little neighbor will be so thrilled. I miss having little neighbor kids to make cards and treats for. When we lived in MN I was known as “the treat lady”.

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  4. You make really great Halloween cards so this new website is right down your alley. You can make them all year if you want to. Glad you like my effort


  5. What a fabulously spook-tacular card you’ve created, which I’m sure your little neighbour was thrilled to receive! Awesome take on the photo at Inkspiration; so delighted you joined us!

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