Happy Halloween!

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Happy Halloween Friends!

It's Monday again, but at least it's Halloween so that makes it a little better :o)

We had a nice lazy weekend.  We actually got snow on Saturday which was crazy!  It gave us a great excuse to hang around the house in our sweats all day.  It also got me in the mood for the holidays.  We spent a lot of time listening to the new Michael Buble Christmas CD. If you like Christmas music this CD is a must!!

But let's get back to the holiday at hand.  Here is a simple card I made (before baby), that uses 3 different sets from 3 different companies.  I created the background by stamping the moon from Happy Haunting repeatedly. The lights are actually from the Christmas set Holiday Lights by PTI, I just made them orange to fit the Halloween theme. The cat is from Hero Arts and is covered entirely in glossy accents to add a little somethin' somethin'. Hope you enjoy!
Be sure to stop by tomorrow for a little blog take over by one of my favorite people! ;o)

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  1. Love this card. Brilliant to use those holiday lights in Orange. I just got that set, but was saving it for December. Silly me!

  2. Well Hello Super cute card! I love that you used the Christmas lights and made them Halloweeny! I made a card with this little kitty last night but didn't get the pic taken. will post it later today. It was based on a sketch I did awhile ago that was inspired by one of your cards! This is so cute, love the circle background too, nicely done!

  3. Oh, my! I love the Holloween lights! Such a great idea! Super cute black cat!

  4. Oh my goodness cute cute cute!! I love the way you used the light strand, so clever!

  5. Adorable card. That cat is darling. Love the orange lights.

  6. I would have never thought to use those light for Halloween. You are so smart! I just have to get that set now that I have seen your great idea to use it for other than Christmas cards.

  7. Love this! Also, shows me I can use the Holiday light set for something other than Christmas!


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