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Creepin’ It Real – Frankie and his Cat

Here’s a really funny-named stamp set…Creepin’ it real! ha! Totally gonna be my new phrase for the fall!

Creepin’ It Real – Frankie and his cat

The Darcies sets with the cute tin pins are so much fun – and if we try to match up the colors, they can teach us a little about how to color the image. The cool thing is that it covers up the face…so you can feel free to practice there, since it won’t be seen anyway! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

And for those taking the Autumn Scenes Minicourse – here’s two backgrounds!

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11 thoughts on “Creepin’ It Real – Frankie and his Cat

  1. On my way to color pumpkins! Thanks!

  2. Loved the video! The cards with the buttons remind me so much of a card I received some years ago, that had a lot of apples on it and a pin with an apple on it. It was so adorable and I still carry the pin with me pinned to my pencil case. If those little faces had pins on them, the recipients could have used them after receiving the cards.
    I also love the wonderful autumn backgrounds, you have an amazing talent to create awesome backgrounds!
    Take care, Lana.

  3. Please, please keep doing lots of backgrounds. I have just gotten brave enough (bought one of your classes) to try it myself yesterday 🙂 So I’d love lots of ideas an inspiration please 🙂

  4. These are the most awesome Halloween cards ever. I love how you used the pins like a mask…so cool!

  5. I always love the way you make your own background. Ad the moment I cann’t do much, but I definitely give it a try when I can put my stamps and ink on the table again!

  6. These are absolutely fantastic. I don’t care how basic or advanced your card videos are, they are learning tools (for those of us interested) and entertaining too. Thanks for sharing all that you do!

  7. Those are adorable. I love your backgrounds, I watch your videos and learn a little each time. I practice a lot and am definitely inspired by your videos.

  8. I love watching you bring backgrounds in and I am one who has been inspired to make backgrounds like you as well as buying stuff you showcase. Unfortunately I am horrible at remembering to tag. Visit my blog and you will see some stuff inspired by you. Keep on bringing the backgrounds. Love these cards and I have a few Dacia Halloween.

  9. These Darcie stamps are lots of fun – I’ve got several sets with and without the tin pin faces. I even have a set for Halloween – AND I’ve taken the Copic mini course on Autumn Scenes, and I’m so ready to roll on this idea! I have a couple of the pretty fall trees just waiting to be used for Halloween cards. Made my first card last night, using the Spooky Forest scene – with funny bats flying out of the background. Halloween is my favorite time for cards!

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