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Happy Halloween! card with free digital stamp and paper

Happy Halloween everyone! May you have lots of treats and no tricks. I always enjoyed Halloween in the States, but as it's not a holiday traditionally celebrated here in France, I really won't be observing it today. If you're curious as to what IS celebrated in France at Halloween, please see this post. I whipped up this Halloween card with a free digital stamp from Robin's Artful Musings and paper from Free Vintage Digital Stamps. I decided to take a break from orange and black and brightened things up a bit with some lime green and purple.

Supply List
Paper—cardstock, Free Vintage Digital Stamps purple Halloween
Digistamp—Robin's Artful Musings
Dies—Kesi'Art doily, Die-namics circles
Embellishments—ribbon, button, twine


  1. Very cute. I love the purple and green.

    I remember in England they have Guy Fox day.


  2. Purple is my favorite color and I love it for Halloween.

  3. I agree with Lisa above me. Purple is my fave color, and I do love it for Halloween. I am partial to black cats, since we have one.

    Well done on this Halloween card, Shani! And p.s., thank you for your fun comments on my blog. Tried to reply with thanks, but you are 'no reply@blogger', so that did not work! thank you so much for visiting me!

  4. Yes, please! The purple with the green look suitably "buwahahahaha" ... mourning and arsenic, maybe! Much better than old black and orange for a change. Fun!

  5. J'avoue que je n'aime pas Halloween mais cette carte est très mignonne! J'aime le vert vif avec le violet.... El le chat on dirait le mien!
    A bientôt!! ;o)

  6. This is so charming, Shani - cute and Halloween-y at the same time! Love the Poe-like background paper/design and the colors really pop. My mother fell and broke her hip the day before Halloween, so my plans changed and the kids and I spent Halloween in her hospital room instead of at the haunted house we'd planned to visit. (She's on the mend, so all is well.)


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