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Fall-O-Ween Five- Worn Witches


DAY FOUR...

Sh*t just got real!  The Witches are here.  Creating this background on a tag is so fast and wonderfully messy.  It doesn't have to be elaborate to be fabulous.  You don't need the latest of everything.  You just need to have some basics!


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Feelin' Wicked... I am always up for things that go bump in the night.   


Punch it up with some embossing powder.


Embossing this new Holiday Truffle Aroma powder adds a little shimmer while keeping with that grungy feel.


Colouring the witches really helps them to pop.  


People always ask... why a tag!  This is a small commitment to create on.  You can experiment here and if you love it apply it to a bigger piece of cardstock.  Creating doesn't have to be complicated... it just has to be fun!













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