9923 - Eat, Drink, and Be Scary

9923 - Eat, Drink, and Be Scary

$8.00
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The Weeds & Wildflowers girls get together for their first collaboration, along with our guest, our own wonderful W&W CT coordinator, Chere Kaye, of OCD, to bring you this fun and whimsical kit just in time to scrap your trick-or-treating pictures!! This unique kit mixes the beautiful colors of fall and the dark shades of Halloween with bright pinks and blues, creating a style that is so versatile it can be used over and over again!

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Includes:

  • 17 Beautifully textured 12X12 background papers
  • 3 Complete Alphas (One alpha in 3 colors - black, green, off-white - upper & lower Case, numbers, some punctuation)
  • 1 silk flower in 7 colors
  • 2 wordart (in 2 colors each)
  • silver glitter star on craft paper
  • silver glitter star wand
  • halloween wordart
  • 2 pumpkin seed flowers
  • 1 stitched wordart
  • felt bat
  • felt candycorn
  • felt dracula
  • felt frankenstein>/li>
  • felt witch
  • felt ghost
  • felt witches hat
  • 2 witch hat wordart
  • felt moon
  • 3 felt pumpkins, and felt faces to match (included in separate files)
  • 8 felt stars (2 shapes)
  • craft paper bat
  • gelly cat
  • 5 gelly wordart
  • haunted house image
  • craft paper tree
  • 4 lollipop tissue ghosts
  • 4 dark brown ribbons
  • 2 styles of gingham ribbons in 3 colors (6 total)
  • cardboard frame with wrapped ribbon (in 3 colors)
  • notebook paper frame with wrapped ribbon (in 3 colors)
  • Sequined stitched moon (fits over felt moon)
  • 15 sequined stitched pumpkins (3 styles - fit over felt pumpkins)
  • 2 sequined stitched stars (fit over felt stars

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    This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 31 October, 2007.

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