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Great Impressions Stamps – Boo to you!

Hello and Happy Monday!  I have a new card using Ghostly Stamps (F413) and Frightfully Fun (C405) from Great Impressions Stamps.

Look at these cute little ghosties.  I thought they looked like they were hamming it up for a photo so I added a fame that looks like a polaroid picture.


2013-09-29 GI Ghosts WM


Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!


  • Stamps:  Ghostly Stamps (F413) and Frightfully Fun (C405) from Great Impressions Stamps
  • Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin’ Up Whisper White
  • Papers:  Papertrey Kraft CS, Neenah Classic Crest solar white CS, Paperstudios Black CS, Cosmo Cricket Matilda 6x6 mini deck
  • Tools:  Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Heat tool, Copic markers
  • Embellishments:  Ranger clear embossing powder, The Twinery baker’s twine, Paperstudio gemstones, misc. button



Sara I. said…
This is just spook-tacular Cheryl!!!
Jenny said…
Great idea to frame those adorable ghosts Cheryl! What a fun card!
Sandra H said…
Gorgeous card as always and stunning images too! x
Imke said…
Cheryl, this is such a cute image. Great halloween card !
Chris Hanselman said…
Cute image. Love the frame. Thanks for joining our Halloween Challenge at Created With Love Challenges

Loz said…
Fabulous card and beautiful image and colors. Came over from MIM for a look..Loz
Donna K said…
What a cute snapshot of those adorable ghosties! Your card is darling! Love your layers and the added twine. Thanks for linking up with us at Tara's Anything with a Sentiment Linky party at Craftin Desert Diva's!
~Donna K
Chana said…
Boo-tiful! Very nicely composed and presented. Thanks for leaving this in our mailbox here at 613 Avenue Create!
Sheila H said…
Your DP has great patterns and colors. The off center framing is a good way to draw attention to your focal image. Love the button and twine. We're happy to see you in our neighborhood at 613 Avenue Create.
Sue from Oregon said…
Such a fun Halloween card Cheryl! Love those little ghosties!
Shelly Schmidt said…
How fun is this- sweet image and I love the Photo like card- love the DP and the twine you added. I always love Halloween time- and the fun colors and cute cards that go along with it.
Sandy said…
Love how you framed the trio of cute ghosts. Great papers and love the bright button and twine too.
Thanks for sharing with us at Make It Monday, Cheryl.
Lisa Lynn said…
Cheryl, your card is adorable. Love your layout. Saw your beautiful creation on MIM.
lynne said…
What a fab card!!Thanks for joining us at Oozak for our fall challenge!!
Lynne DT xx
Miss Emerald said…
Very beautiful and funny card! Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenges. Good luck and hope you'll join us again.
Hanneke said…
What a cute card! I love the image and the frame you created around it, it looks indeed like a polaroid! Hugs, Hanneke
Ani said…
Very beautiful card! Thank you so much for playing along at Card Mania! Good luck!
Like your cute snapshot. Your coloring is spot on
Laura Sterckx said…
Eek! I LOVE this Halloween card! I love the mix of patterned papers, the sentiment and the image!
Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog!
fiona walker said…
What a frightfully great card thankyou for joining us at our challenge at challenges 4 everybody. Good luck fiona dt. x
Trisha Stanley said…
What a spooktacular card! Love the little ghosts! Thanks for playing along at Sister Act this week! Best of luck!
Karen C said…
This is darling! Thanks for playing with us this week at The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog! Hope to see your work in our next challenge!
Karen C
michele said…
Fabulous card Cheryl! Thanks for joining us at Crafts 4 Eternity this week hugs x
Beautiful make!
Thank you so much for entering the 4 krafty girlz challenge!
Best of Luck!
Toni-Marie Price DT xxxxx
Angelique said…
Gorgeous card and colouring. Adorable image.
Thank you for joining us at 613 Avenue Create

Huggsss, Angelique
Docerela said…
Such a cute card!

thanks for joninig us this week at Docerela Creations

Love the polaroid idea and those ghosts are too cute!
What a great card. Love the image and the way you designed it.
Thanks for joining us at Created with Love Challenges.
Linda K.
craftin-dawn said…
Totally cute card, love the image and your coloring! Thanks for joining us this week at Created With Love Challenges for our HALLOWEEN Challenge!
Rosemary said…
You know, that image works beautifully with the Polaroid frame - they do look like they are posing and it's so cute! Fun colors, a cheerful and only slightly spooky card works wonderfully. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at Opus Gluei!
Jana said…
Those ghosts are so adorable. I love the white lettering on the black cardstock. I love this card. It's just perfect. Thank you so much for playing along with us at OPUS GLUEI.
Super cute and spooky! Thanks for joining us over at Docerela Creations! DT Member Carri~Abusybee

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