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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

NBUS challenge: Halloween

Our dear friend, Darnell is once again having a NBUS challenge.  Don't know NBUS?  Well, this  little acronym is the brain storm of Darnell's, and it means Never Been Used Schtuff!  We all have it, no use in denying that fact, now is there?
 
Last year, once on clearance, I bought a set of Halloween stamps from Recollections.  I don't really celebrate this American holiday anymore.  Kids are all grown and gone, but I do have GKs and they love to dress up, and of course there is the candy............grin.  So I do make them each a card, just for the "fun" of it.  They ALL love to get their own mail, such an odd occurrence anymore.
This first is for Danica, as you can tell by her name on the card.....duh!

 
This little witch I found to be a real cutie, reminds me of the first time Hannah wanted to be a pretty witch.

 
Now, little Taylor isn't two yet, but Grandma can't leave him out for sure. 
There are still a few more that need to be made, but Danica and Taylor's have to go a little further, so theirs takes a little more planning.

I'm cutting it short with this entry for the

4 comments:

  1. Yo, Krisha? Are you okay? Did you fall?

    Your three Halloween cards for the grands are all super cute!! I love cute on a Halloween card!! That pumpkin ballerina is a hoot; I love the candy corn cascading behind your pretty witch; and Taylor's design is perfect for a toddler! I can see him now, pulling all those fun circle images off his card!!

    Thank you so much for playing in my second NBUS Challenge!! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. These cards are adorable at ANY age. I bought some stamps on clearance two years ago, and am just now using the final one. Wish I had seen the ballerina on clearance. She's a cutie.

    Hope you find time to breathe and finish your sympathy card.

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  3. Super cute Halloween designs.

    Hugs diane

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  4. Those Halloween cards are great. Like you, we don't do much about Halloween any more but I do enjoy seeing the little once in costumes.

    Darla

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