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    I was delighted when Mel asked me to join her Design Team. I have enjoyed using stencils, chipboards and serviettes from  Scrapbookingnc...

Friday 6 May 2016

LOC Challenge #129

You still have one day to get your entry in for Challenge #128 at Left of Center
 'Mixed Media' where our sponsor is The Goblyn Workshop

I made a fat page using Zelda the Zombie Fairy

Another Challenge is about to start too so you can start thinking about this as well...

This time we are sponsored by A Day for Daisies

I have used the lovely First flight to make a simple little card...

Just a few layers with the image coloured with Promarkers. I snipped around the broom ends to flip these out of the nesting die when I die cut the image.
The final touch was to add some bat confetti.

 Looking forward to seeing your LOC /Mixed Media/Witches makes!

Happy Crafting!


  1. they better watch out - the bats are going to land soon.
    what is a "fat" page?
    thanks for sharing.

    1. I know you had asked what a fat page is somewhere...just looked through lots of comments to find it! This fat page is a 6 by 6 chipboard page...I punch holes in the side to combine to make a fat book! Usually mixed media stuff. Sorry I don't reply to all your comments...I certainly appreciate them!

    2. thanks for answering. I'm assuming it would be pages like those in the album I won awhile back. You don't need to respond to all of my comments. I just enjoy seeing the things you do that are so much different from what we seem to do in the states. thanks. take care and stay safe.


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