Halloween Witch


As most of my Stamp buddies know, Halloween isn’t my thing, but once in a while I do make one of two. I started this card before my craft room install and before my guests arrived, but didn’t have time to finish it so it has been sitting on my desk for about 8 days. I originally intended it for the 6 item challenge over at JUGs, as well as for this challenge, but missed the deadline, so instead of adding 6 bats I decided to do a witch and a couple of bats. Stamp set is from GKD called Wicked. I stamped the railings first and heat embossed then sponged, brushed in the background colours after masking off the moon. Added the colour to that after the rest was finished and dry. The witch was stamped on a scrap piece, heat embossed then fussy cut. I popped her up on top of the moon, added the bats and then the sentiment which I cut into 2 pieces. Considering my lack of interest in Halloween I’m happy with how this one turned out. I don’t have anything skeleton related so a witch is the best I could do.

11 thoughts on “Halloween Witch

    1. Thanks Gayle. I think I shall be giving this one to one of my new neighbors as they have been so kind since we moved in.


  1. This is FANTASTIC! Love the background … perfect Halloween scene! Well done! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at the Two Old Bats Halloween challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back each month. Remember, you can play as many times as you’d like!! If we have 50+ entries, we will give a PRIZE. Who knows, there might be a prize without reaching that goal! LOL

    Please stop in for a visit!


    1. Thanks Gerry your comment made me feel really good as you do such great Halloween cards. Same can be said about
      Gayle’s comment – hers are amazing too.


  2. Love your witch silhouette flying across that fabulous moon, the bats just add to the frightful scene.
    Thank you for playing with us at 2 BATS HALLOWEEN CHALLENGE.
    Stay healthy and safe.


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