Love that Hero Arts, You’re My Boo stamp:
I inked it up with the Hero Arts Gray to Black Ombre pad. I used splashes of Abandoned Coral Distress ink and heat embossed the Spider in Web in white. Did you notice the same Spider in Web on the black strip? Love the Unicorn Pigment ink! I finished off my card with Happy Halloween!
My card was inspired by Freshly Made Sketches:
Sending this one all the way to my boy in NYC!
31 thoughts on “Hero Arts: You’re my Boo”
so cute Amy!!!
hehehehe … LOVEEEEEEEEEEE that sentiment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fun Halloween card, Amy, Boo! to you on this Tuesday morning! Happy Day!
Oh my goodness! That You're My Boo stamp is absolutely darling!
Fabulous! and yes I did notice the webs on the black strip … wondered at first if it was Washi!
Awwwwwwwwww so cute!
This is awesome!!
super nice card, I love what you've done with the piece of black paper, how you stamped those web on it, really nice! have a great day Amy!
Eeek!! Love this! That ghost with the sentiment inside is awesome!!
This is so adorable! Love the water colored red and the ombre on that little ghost 🙂
fun card Amy!
oh my gosh love the BOO SENTIMENT!!!
Definitely a cute-and-oh-so-scary-stamp and a cute card!
Amy I love that sweet I mean spooky sentiment! Fun card.
Spooky cute.. i love it
Oh now that is ADORABLE!!
Totally fun and cute Amy!
I love cute Halloween cards,Amy!
EEK! This is one cute halloween card, Amy!
This is so adorable! That touch of red really pops!
Awww, how adorable! Such a sweet little ghostie and such fun use of the web stamp. Love that you stamped on the thin background strip, and love the splash of red behind the larger web. So perfect for Halloween!
Hahaha – we all know how much I love puns and this one is spooktacular! Love this adorable design!
Super cute! I love how you watercoloured behind the spider webs!
You're my Boo! LOVE it…as will that NYC boy of yours!
Super cute cas Halloween card!
Spooky cute! Love the fab CAS design!
Too darn adorable! such a fun sentiment too 🙂
Love this one!
This is so cute! Fun way to use the black ombre too. 🙂
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