Sunday, 30 October 2016

When things go bump in the night

It's Halloween tomorrow and I sure that there will be some doorbell ringing from the local children. I have given my little Halloween gifts to our children.
These were fun gingerbread men  skeletons from  the bakers
It's been another mild weekend  and I cut the grass yesterday, probably for the last time this year.

And as  promised I am revealing the contents for this year's goodie bags for my Big and baby Children and their partners.

Boo

Cadbury's ghooost eggs....
Smartie pumpkins





Daisy has her Funnybones book to unwrap.

So here is my final Halloween creation to share for 2016. It is a card, a variation of the witch one I made for Dotty's.
I used an old Nicecrane digi image...I still love these vintage images.

The background was made with several Distress inks and and I added stencilling and remnant rubs. The sentiment is Tim Holtz and the the dies are a mixture of MB, Sizzix and Spellbinders.

I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;

A Vintage Journey make it spooky
Pixie's Snippets playground #253 I used so many snippets for my die cuts, it's a total snippets card!
Dutch card lovers 1/3 photo/words inspiration I was obviously inspired by the words Pumpkin Pie and also all the warm colours...you could make several pies with all the pumpkins on my card!
Paper Creator anything spooky
Simon says stamp Wednesday anything goes
Deep Ocean Halloween
That's Crafty Halloween

I hope you have a fun spooky day tomorrow and that hopefully not too much does go bump in the night.
We're all set up here ready for Halloween in our porch...I hope they don't frighten the locals ;0)


Take care and thanks as always for your kind visits and comments.

Back soon,

Bye for now,

Jane x

21 comments:

  1. I think chocolate is a good way to celebrate any occasion !! ;) Spooky card too! :)
    Wishing you and yours a fun halloween!
    V x

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  2. Fabulous card and great Halloween gifts for the crew, bet they loved them. Hope you've had a lovely weekend xxx

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  3. super work as always Jane - and I love all those halloween goodies - my girlies both had one of those milkybar ghosties tonight!!! Hope you all have a fun time tomorrow xx

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  4. Great spooky card and tasty Halloween goodies Yum !
    Julie x

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  5. hello! what creative little spooky treats...your card is awesome, perfect! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  6. It is a lovely vintage image and you have created a wonderful background for it - I love the spooky spider and cobwebs! Wishing you a happy Halloween too!

    Thanks so much for joining in our 'Make it Spooky' challenge at A Vintage Journey. Anne x

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  7. A very spooky card. Love the cobwebs and scary spider! Thank you for joining us at DCL, Jane.

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  8. I love your gorgeous Halloween card and so much chocolate for the children too.

    Sue xx

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  9. Mrs Christmas is moonlighting for the day and turned into Mrs Halloween! Lots of yummy chocolatey treats for the big and little children in your life! No doubt I'll have plenty of knocks on the door later, so it's a quick trip to B&M for me to stock up on supplies before the witching hour begins! My 'not so little man' is wondering whether or not to join in with the festivities - being a teenager is such a hardship?!
    Love your spooky card with all it's lovely layers of inkiness and fabulous die cuts...wishing you and yours a Happy Halloween...love and hugs, Lisa x

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  10. Great card Jane - you could also enter it into Cuttlebug Mania's current challenge :) We're getting ready for the annual onslaught of kiddies and teenagers here. Mind you, our treats aren't half as good as the ones you found!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  11. I am very fond of giving books - you are such a good grandmother! You card is fantastic. When things go bump in the night - I bit their heads off! YUM!
    Sandy xx

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  12. I love the big spider and all the webs! Thank you for joining the Dutch Card Lovers.

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  13. A great spooky vintage card Jane. I think chocolate is always a good bet. Barbxx

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  14. Hi Jane! I lost my blog list a while back and have been re-building it and that's why I have been absent visiting your blog! So sorry! I just added you back. I notice you don't have a blog list on your side bar.. how do you remember to visit blogs once they post? Just curious! I hope you're having a wonderful Autumn!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. Still mowing the lawn, that's awesome! I am loving your Halloween decoration, how fun is that guy! Great card too, very spooky! Happy belated Halloween my friend :)

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  16. Great Halloween card, I love that 'bloody' sentiment, such a scary detail! Hope you had a great Halloween!

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  17. Fun, fun card Jane. Love all the details and the vintage feel it conveys. Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey.

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  18. Wonderful! I wish Nicecrane were still in business x

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  19. Hello Jane, We had some of those Cadbury eggs here too and I thought of you & your family. I always have a few treats for my 20 something son, too.
    Happy early November.....
    Anne D.T.
    PlumTrees22/PlumCreek22

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  20. Hello Jane,

    I love, love, love these goodie bags you put together for special days for your loved ones! All those delicious chocs <3 And such a wonderful card too. I wish I could visit Dotty's one day...

    Happy creating, dear friend!

    Yours,
    Mia

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Thanks so much for leaving a comment; I really enjoy reading every single one of them.
Jane x