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You're Fab-BOO-lous...

Hi there....Today I'm sharing this darling card I created using the Double Trouble Witches file which you can pick up here:

This card measures 5x7. The papers I used to create this card are from Bazzill, Recollections and the "BOO!" patterned paper pad from American Crafts.

I used the standing witch and cauldron from the Double Trouble Witches file. And as I am loving shaker cards lately, I turned my cauldron into a shaker.

For some extra little touches to my paper piecing, I added twine to my broom, sequins both in the shaker and on top of my bubbly cauldron. I also added some Stickles to my witches dress.

I used the "All Mixed Up" font on my Cricut Explore to write out my sentiment, "You're Fab-BOO-lous" and added more Stickles for that extra touch of sparkle.

I hope you all enjoyed today's creation. Have a great day!!!



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