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   Have you ever tried a Step-Card?  If you haven’t had the pleasure yet … they are really fun to make and very addictive.  You can find several examples on U-Tube and this adorable one was done by my good friend Jan.  While the left side of the card (looking at this photo) is a single cut/layer with L.I.’s #L9033 Boo-to-You Ghost, the right side is cut with steps leading to the top and Jan has slipped some pumpkins (#L1085), a cat (#S704), and a bat (S457) in between the steps.  Cute, huh?  I made this Step-Card last year for Autumn:

 The template on the left side of the card is truly one of my favorites (#L9144) and still available for purchase.  Wait until you see next time what I did with this same template, using a “Concertina” cut.  Here are my last Halloween cards to show you.  I belong to a group of embossers called “Embossing Exchange (,”   and one of the members made this adorable card.  Take a peek at Sharon’s card using #L954 jar, L9045 bottle, L9531 bones, and L9619 bat.  She did a fabulous job, don’t you think?

Here’s a door hanger and card from Design Team Member Barbara:

  Barbara used Templates #L9424 and L9670 with Weathered Black, Black Dotted Hyacinth, Lily Pad Solid, Watering Can Solid, Colored Impressions’ Software, L.I. Coaster, Kiwi Ribbon, Scuffers and Chalk.

 Barbara used Template #L9674 with Lily Pad Plaid and Solid, Black Dotted Hyacinth, Weathered Black, Citrus Wash, Scuffers, Chalk, Black Ink Pen for faux stitching, and Nestabilities Labels Eight.

I hope everyone has a fun Halloween.  The little goblins will be here before we know it.  Next up?  Autumn, Thanksgiving, and Christmas so stay tuned.  Embossing joys, 🙂 Donna

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