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31 Days of Halloween - 13

Lucky 13!!
What better day than to have a little witchy get together?
And you know the conversation would turn to everyone's favorite curse.....

LOL...if only ;)
Altered Page products used:
Stamp Credits: Witch in the Moon - JFF Rubber Stamps
Stickles Glitter Glue
Have a wonderful day everyone!!
Ink Stained Roni


  1. You KNOW this is a conversation starter!

  2. Great canvas, I love that face in the background.

  3. Great sentiment! But they would be so whiny, we would still be screwed. Great job!

  4. Roni... I love this and the sentiment makes me laugh out loud!!!! Great!!!!

  5. ROTFL! I love that coven and wanna join. Yeah, and I agree with Lisa on that. Can't stop giggling. Lotsa fun today. xxD

  6. very funny card...great scene you created and the sentiment is fantastic!

  7. heheh that is too fun! And so true! Love this!

  8. Great card. Love all the witches. What a great curse that would be, right?

  9. Fabulous witchy scene and awesome curse too! lol Mo x

  10. Roni, your sense of humor really came thru on this one!

  11. hahaaa, that or they should be pregnant for the last 5 months! Love this image and saying. Wonderful little highlights of glitter and awesome texture on the back ground.

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