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Friday, 15 March 2013

Spoooooky

Can you believe it's half way through March already, I'm so late with my entry into The Craft Barn's dictionary challenge. This time around it's a word between ma and me, and I've gone for macabre.
I've done my usual PanPastel backgound 'cos this is such a nice background to stamp on and it doesn't warp the thin pages.
The stamps are mostly Cherry Pie, and I should use these much more often.
Thanks very much for looking and have a fab weekend x

15 comments:

  1. I know what you mean! I have to do mine early or I'll run out of time. This is amazing, fabulous stamping and a great choice of word.

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  2. Ooh what a fab atmospheric page Sue, those stamps are brilliant!!
    Hugs x

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  3. I love spooky, and this is gorgeously spooky! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Fabulous spooky page great word choice I adore the stamps you have used....I need these lol

    MaggieH

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  5. So freaky Arghhhhh !!!!! (not sure I can say that in english, but let's try). Seriously, good page I love particularly the way you let in white your word and this large round like the moon.... Coco xx

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  6. Fabulous spooky page love all the stamping.

    Sylv xx

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  7. Fab page,love all the stamping

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  8. Fabulous page, good choice of words!

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  9. What a terrific word to chose-I wouldn't have known where to start to illustrate it but you have done an amazing job.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  10. Great word to choose and it's definitely a bit grey and dark. Love the images!!

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  11. WOW...this is certainly a macabre sort of page! Fantastic choice of word and very well executed SUe! Thank you for joining in with us again over at The Craft Barn x

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  12. What a great word choice - brilliant stamps, and a really spooky background - fabulous!
    Alison x

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  13. Sue, love your "answer" to this fun dictionary challenge. Was glad that I could "bump it up" and view full size, as I am all about the details--and you have created a lot of detail in this piece! My favorite part? The raven on the letter "m" of course! Nice job!

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  14. Now I can see what the fuss is about PP's. No warped pages, brilliant blending... and you use them so well. Love this Sue. Hugs, Jenny x

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  15. great "macabre" page. Well done.
    thanks for playing with us at the Craft Barn
    Izzy

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Thank you so much for your comments x