Friday, October 15, 2021

Witch Way To The Candy?

October 15th, can you believe it?
It brings us to a new Anything Goes challenge starting at 
Dies R Us!

Being October I stuck with a Halloween theme and created
 a fun spooky scene!

For my background I chose a paper from my stash and built off it
using the Tutti Designs Haunted House which I adhered to
another piece of  the large background washi tape I have.
Love this stuff as it makes a fun and fast background!

I also added a favorite cute die the Poppystamps Whittle Cat
cut from a black glitter paper scrap.

The sentiment is another from a Halloween strip set I purchased!

We would love to have you join us at the Dies R Us challenge!!
Take a peek at all the inspiration from the Design Team while there!

For your convenience, all the important Dies R Us links are provided below. 

Dies R Us now has a sister store with warehouses in the USA and Canada called Didi Crafts.  

It will ship to both the US and Canada.  Didi Crafts will carry some of the same products as DRU, but most will be different.  Now our Canadian friends don't have to worry about huge taxes or shipping fees. How great is that!?!


Maria said...

What an awesome Halloween card! Such a fab colorful background behind the haunted house! And, a great spooky witch in the corner, too! Happy Halloween!!

Anne Temple said...

Too cute! I love that washi tape you have for the background. It's perfect for so many things. Need to find some :-)

Leslie Miller said...

Wowie, what a cool Tutti die and love that the kitty is all sparkly. Amazingly fantastic background paper and Washi tape, too. Love this!

Julie Odil said...

Gorgeous background on this spooky card!

Birgit said...

This is super cute Diane! I love the colorful background behind the haunted house die and the sentiment is fantastic! Darling, darling card.

Kathy Krug said...

Great colors on that background a such a creative sentiment.

Lena said...

What a fun way to combine patterned paper and your die scene. Absolutely Spook-tacular, Diane. Love the rich and vibrant colours of your Halloween scene. Boo-tiful!
Lena xx