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Feeling a Little Witchy?

Aimee here, with a cute little witchy card for you!

I love this sheet of witches, and this one is so stinking cute!
Fall is my favorite time of year, 
and Halloween is my FAVORITE holiday. 
I love dressing up, candy, fall leaves, being scared, corn mazes...
ah, just all of it.

So, here's a quick little witch card for you.
Grey folded card, with a little Black Soot Distress Ink on the edges.
Blue corrugated card stock with the same ink swiped over the surface.
Black Tulle wrapped around the card front and knotted at the top.

Print the witch and trim her out. 
Use an Edge Distresser and rough up the edges.
Add her to the card front.
Add some black Stickles to her hat.

Add a couple of fabric flowers, and you're done!

And, here's a piggy.
This little cutie is part of my family.
His name is Papa Bear, and he's about a year old.
He's such a fun little guy!


  1. Thanks for sharing Aimee. Anyone can get the collage and the distressing tool along with inkpads, flowers and even brads at

  2. Wonderful witch card, I like all things halloween inspired too! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

  3. FUN card, Aimee--and what an adorable little pig!!! We used to have one, what funny fellows they are, with their silly noises. Ours was extremely bossy!



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