Saturday, October 21, 2017

Day 21 of 31 days of Halloween

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Cathy here on day 21 of the 31 days of Halloween
I made a card for today and who better for a Halloween Card then Alfred Hitchcock
 So I started off stamping Alfred Hitchcock on a white cardstock panel . Next I stamped him again on a scrap of copy paper and made a mask. Cut out and covered. Next I took the flying birds background and stamped only on one side of the card panel.  Edged the panel with red distressed ink. Last I took the drips  stamp and stamped it in the same red I used to ink the edge and stamped the top of the red card with it. That is my card for today. I hoped you will join in our Halloween and Animal challenge and event we have going on.

Don't forget to leave us a little love so we know you dropped by.  We also have loads of chances to win Lost Coast dollars. Link up your projects to these fun challenges:
31 Days Of Halloween - share your Halloween projects - till 31st October
Animals Challenge -  use an animal or 3 - till 25th October

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10 comments:

  1. Love the Alfred Hitchcock stamp! Great card!

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  2. Very striking with the black white and red and I love the texture you added with the drips stamp. Hugz

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  3. Love Alfred. He always looked so prim
    and proper - and made such scary movies.
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. I love this Cathy, beautifully done! xx

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