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31 Days of Halloween Day 7 - Are you a Good WiTcH or a Bad WiTcH?

Welcome to DAY 7 of the 31 DaYs of HaLLoWeeN hop
with Smeared & Smudged Ink!

Hopefully you have been hopping along each day to see what we've been up to! 
There is some amazing Halloween inspiration to be had by all!

For my project today I decided to make a little wall hanging using a Banner Panel from Altered Pages...

I share more photos & how I made the panel on my
personal blog if you want to check it out here.
Otherwise, it's time to hop on over to 
Leslie Rahye's blog for more Spooky fun!
Don't forget...there's a month-long coupon code
for all the 31 Days of Halloween participants:
(no quote marks; valid until midnight, 10/31)

Use the code for 20% off all purchases UP TO $50
if you spend $50.01 to $100, you will get FREE shipping!

Altered Pages Supplies:

Metallic papers in gold, silver & bronze
German Glass Glitter
Black embossing powder
Lace seam binding
Red paint
Grunge stamps from Tim Holtz
Chicken wire stamp from Christy Tomlinson
Halloween stamps from Red Lead
Framelits Apothecary labels from Stampin' Up


  1. Love the vintage feel. The little witch is like 'here take this and put it with the rest'. Great job!

  2. Very nice project.
    The link you added under "here" did not work but I hunted you down using your link in the sidebar.

    1. Thanks! Sorry about having to "hunt me down!" I fixed the link though! :)

  3. So wonderfully sweet. Saying fits so well and love that die for the base. Great images once again from Altered Pages. Will hunt you down for more info soon!

  4. That's a tough one to answer, whether I am good or bad, guess it all depends on what I am doing!!! LOL

  5. This is fantastic. I love all the elements on this. I would have to say it depends on the day as to whether I am good or bad..But even when I'm bad, I'm good at it.

  6. Fangtastic use of an Altered Pages image, love all the details on your wall hanging!

  7. WOW love her!!! Great wall hanging!!!! love all the details. I would only want to be a good witch!!!! Bad witches are scary!!!

  8. Love your wall hanging Becky. Love how you have combined vintage images with stamps. Wonderful little piece of artwork!

  9. Sweet little door the sentiment!

  10. You've created a very striking piece with the vintage image combined with the crow!!

  11. Great wall hanging, love that red it really makes everything pop.

  12. awww what a cute lil wall hanging! this is so beautifully done! I just love vintage Halloween!

  13. SO cool Becky- love the red background with it

  14. definitely a good witch! love the wall hanging! mo x


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