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31 Days of Halloween | Day 8

During the month of October is participating in a month-long blog hop with some amazing artists. Everyday you will find a new Halloween project on all of the blogs listed below. Each project must have stamping on it, be it digi or ink. There are prizes to win, be sure to check out all the rules HERE and information on the daily scavenger hunt is posted there! You must go HERE to find the item/s you are looking for the scavenger hunt.

Happy Day 8 from!! leslierahye here and I'm sharing with you a fun ATC created from the fun seasonal stamps. G45 Halloween papers, Book Papers [available in a package of tear sheets  from various pages of books], left over bits and pieces of sprayed card board and handmade flowers from a previous project! I finished off my spooky ATC with BLING!!! The eyes of my stack of skulls just screamed for some bling! I hope you enjoy my fun ATC! Be sure to check out the links to find the products I used and stop by the other fabulous stops on the hop!
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31 Days of Halloween 2013 Wicked Blog Roll
Terra | Black Dragon | Kapree | Shell | Kristy | Susan | Helen | Loren | Alison | Kelli 
De Stempelwinkel | Monique | Karen | Airless Chambers | Jane | Jennifer | Emily | Lisa | Lyneen 
Wendy | Altered Pages Art Sociates | leslierahye Delicious Doodles | Roni Shoni | Jenn | 
DominoART | Jessica | Sandy | Carolyn | Carla | Julia | Steph | Trisha | Brigitte | Lisa | Anna

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  1. Well done - I like the mix of material, the combination of papers, skulls and bling - great!
    hugs serafeena

  2. I don't know how you did it but you made the skulls look beautiful! Love it!

  3. The bling is perfect. Love the lace edge. Great ATC.

  4. LOVE it! the swirls look so great with that fab stamp! xxD

  5. Wonderful compilation and great use of remains.
    You did very well with eye bling.

  6. Awsome ATC. Love all the layers and those stack of skull, FAB! Nice addition of the sparklies and beautiful flower to complete it.

  7. There's so much awesome detail that I had to take a second look after I read it was a ATC! Super!

  8. I can't believe you got all that wonderful detail on an ATC. Love those skulls.

  9. Great ATC Leslie...That's a lot of work on a small space. Love the die cuts and all your embellies. The googly eyes on the skulls was a fantastic touch!

  10. SPOOKTACULAR ATC! I love all the details and the layers, so scrumpticiously wicked!

  11. Gorgeous atc neat!

  12. Gorgeous ATC, love the bling! :)

  13. FAbulous ATC!! Love the bling in their eyes, perfect! mo x

  14. LOVE those Skulls super composition... Great card!!!


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