Card Sketch Challenges

You Say Witch Like It’s a Bad Thing!

My sister would fling this childish insult at me when I would pull big sister rank on her as children, “You are a witch with a “B””! I was a good kid most of the time, but we all have a dark side…MUHAHAHAHAHA! Not all witches are bad. There’s Wendy the Good Witch from Marvel Comics, Glinda from the Wizard of Oz and of course Harry Potter‘s  Professor McGonagall.

This Mae West quote was the perfect sentiment for the Just For Fun Rubber Stamp (JFFRS) The Good Witch!

JFFRS The Good Witch, Tiny Black Kat, and Mae West quote. Club Scrap cardstock. Perfect Pearls mixed with water to color the witch image. 

If the broom fits…RIDE IT!


Click here to leave a comment on my blog post Les Chats Noirs for a chance to be in the drawing for a JFFRS Candy Corn Fence stamp,  then click here to join the JFFRS Halloween Challenge for a chance to win a JFFRS gift certificate. Winner of the Candy Corn Fence stamp will be announced on my blog on Saturday October 29, 2016. Go make something Fa-BOO-lous!

Challenges entered:

All Sorts Challenge Blog # 386 Sparkle and Shine

Sweet Stampin’ Challenge Blog “Favorite Color Combo”

Just Us Girls #366 Photo Week 



18 thoughts on “You Say Witch Like It’s a Bad Thing!

    1. Thanks! I thought it needed a little frill, so I added a wired black ribbon that I folded into a ruffle. The good witch also needed a new wand after I accidentally chopped it off when I cut her out! 😂


  1. Love your entro on your blog today! Love those witches too! Your card is awesome. Especially love the way you added the pin for her wand! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls for photo week!

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