My shining star

My shining star

Monday 31 October 2016

spooky 15 min make

Good morning all! How are you all? I hope you are well.  I have to report that the new TV is in and working - we almost managed to set it going without any help but sadly I had to resort to asking a neighbour in the end. Its probably a good job I did though as I wouldn't have realised a few things about it if I hadn't!

 I have a spooky quick make on the CB blog today for Halloween. Here's my card ..

I used a stencil and distress ink  to create the background but the main image is from chocolate baroque. I coloured the image using  distress pens.

My girls are back at school today - well they're actually going to tower wood. They'll  be on the lake doing a variety of things - I suspect they'll come back tired and hungry ...but not too tired for trick or treating!!!

Stay safe and enjoy yourself. Hugs rachel x


  1. Great make today Rachel and pleased you got the TV sorted, I was thinking about you grappling with all the settings.

    B x

  2. A wonderful Halloween card Rachel, with a great background. Glad you got the tv up and running.

    Hugs Sue xx

  3. I love how the stencilled tree looks in the background Rachel!. I am afraid that any TV that does not just switch on and off is a mystery to me! Hugs, Anne xx

  4. A fabulous Halloween card Rachel, lovely background.
    The girls have a lovely day to be out on the lake.

  5. This is wonderful Rachel. I hope your girls enjoy trick or treating this evening. Happy Halloween.
    Linda xxx

  6. Fabulous creation Rachel, great colours and background, love it, Kate x

  7. I will admit I have no idea about setting up a TV and hubby is worse than me!!!our son did ours -great stencilling and hope the girls enjoyed trick or treating we had loads after hardly any last year
    Carol x

  8. I love your card Rachel, especially the stenciling. I wouldn't have a clue how to set up a TV lol. I hope the girls had a good night last night xx


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