or a Bad Witch?

Happy Thursday!  I’ve got another Halloween card to share today but first let me answer a question about the Vintage Glass Glitter from yesterday.  I’ve been using this glitter for a number of years now and for me, there’s nothing else that compares to it.  My favorite and what I used on the snowflake in yesterday’s post is Barbara Trombley’s Art Institute Glitter.  I personally like the shards in Krystallos.   You can find it at the links above, or at Simon Says Stamp.

Now for my card!  A week or so ago . . . honestly I can’t remember when exactly . . . a lot of my time has been spent helping Katie and the new wee one . . .

Hadlee Monday

who has literally stolen each of our hearts . . . especially her Auntie Mallory’s!

Anyhoo . . . back to the card!  I pulled out some of my favorite Halloween stamps, Stampendous – Witch Shoes and Inky Antics – Good Witch, and this is what I came up with.


The image was water colored with Distress Ink Refills and the seam binding was dyed in matching Shaded Lilac Distress Ink.

That’s it for me today!  I have to tell y’all that there is already new Winter CHA Product hitting my doorstep . . . deadlines looming . . . . no wonder it feels like this year is flying by!

Thanks for stopping by!


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18 Responses to “Are You a Good Witch . . .”

  1. Now I know you have heard of the “Good Witch” Glenda….right? This card is just too cute. And that little bundle of joy there. Just look at that face. Sherry she is such a pretty baby. We all know sometimes babies just are not pretty. But oh boy is this one such a cutie! Enjoy!

  2. OMGosh……Sherry she is soooooo beautiful. All that beautiful dark hair…… damn, she makes me want to hop in my car and DRIVE not just to snuggle her but to deliver her present which has been sitting right next to my computer for weeks….sigh. She is absolutely gorgeous.

    Ohhh I think I have that stamp….. love that paper!!! great card.

  3. Card? What card? Look at that GORGEOUS little girl! Oh, my goodness! You have to be tickled pink….she is so delicate and beautiful. Oh, and the card is really cute, too! Tee-hee!

  4. what a sweet baby face! she is ADORABLE!

  5. Sherry, the “wee one” is too cute! She’s beautiful! I am so happy everything turned out well! Oh, and the card is cute too. 🙂

  6. What a beautiful baby! Congratulations to your family.

  7. Sorry, Card, shamard!! hehehe

    Look at that adorable little girl! And the hair!! OH MY!!

  8. Sherry, she is beautiful. Congrats to you and your. I’m definately a good witch.

  9. Love the colors you chose and the item is great design! Thanks for sharing. Nelda

  10. Awwww…darling little baby girl…big congrats to you!!! Love the witch card, too!

  11. She is so cute! How fun to have a baby to help celebrate the holidays, too. Love the witch shoes. Can’t wait to see what you are creating for CHA winter.

  12. That is a cute Hallowe’en card. I think I should get my butt in gear to do some today for my grandkids. Your grand daughter is very cute by the way. Our youngest grand daughter is 5 months old today.

    I love that you are known as being bad…it is much more fun to be bad than to be good!!

  13. Precious and beautiful gift from heaven and cute card from Sherry. Being a grandmother is wonderful, isn’t it?

  14. Sherry, thanks for the glass shards info. Just finished ordering some for myself to use on Christmas cards.

  15. Awwwww….She is sooooo sweet!

  16. Love the card!! And what a gorgeous baby….look at all that hair!!!!

  17. Oh is she ever darling, bet your loving every minute!
    Your card is cool, love the colors and neat shape!

  18. Congratulations Sherry, God has truly blessed your family with a precious bundle of joy and laughter.

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