Where is the Candy??

October 01, 2018

Hello Crafty Friends!  Happy Monday to you!  Tina here and Oh my Goodness...isn't this little dressed up kitty adorable!!!  I have to tell you...if I had a filled candy bowl, no doubt I would give this little guy my entire bowl:)  

I created my project with the super cute "Where is the Candy" stamp along with the "Where is the Candy" Dies:)  I just looove cutesy Halloween themed cards and this set fits the bill!!  You can watch how I created the card above below:)  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Wishing you a fun and crafty filled day!  Hugs




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