It’s Anna Sigga with a lil winter inspired card.

I know fall and Halloween is more what most card-makers are into these days but I wanted to get started on my Christmas cards so I figured why not.


I used the ever cheerful Snow Bunny along with the Sunshine Sorbet papers – I just love the combo of this stamp and the white/blue patterned paper.


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Hallo Oddies, Ellen here with a new project. I love Halloween and of course the new Digi’s. I like to show you how I made this awesome Halloween bag with the Ghost Digi Stamp.

Below you can find the step by step tutorial.

1. First you fold your bag open (inside out). The bag is something you can make or buy.
2. For your window you cut out a shape. Be sure to put a thick cardboard in the bag so you cut only one side of the bag.

3. Cut out a few pieces…
4. Fist lay your velum on top of your window and glue it down. Than layer your pieces on top op that velum…

5. And keep layering till you like your window.
6. Of course nothing is finished without a Some Odd Girl image!! Because I used a black and white theme (big hint for ODDtober lovers) I colored the ghost also with grey markers (except for the light). If you are a Copic lover, I like to mention I used different grey C and brown gray W Copic markers.

And TADAAA…. this is the result!

Isn’t this perfect for a fabulous Halloween party?? Show us yours!! Where? In the side bar or on instagram with #Someoddgirl or in the Facebook Community

Happy Tuesday, Oddies! Its October and this month a lot of us bust out the halloween specific images, like ghosts, ghouls and goblins, to have some spooky fun with. But I am here to say that you don’t have to put your favorites away! Let them stand up and shout how much they love candy too, how purple, orange and green look good on them as well, that Halloween is for all images everywhere!

That’s my dramatic way of saying that any stamp or digi can become a halloween image with a lil creativity and spooky color pallette, Melissa shows us how its done…



You see what I mean? Super cute, super easy!



Adding the colors and embellishments that scream the season, notice the bat, spider webs and sentiment, she took these images that you’d not normally look at as “halloween” and made them ready to trick or treat.

Now its your turn! What odd image do you have at home that you can imagine giving a similar make over to? I’d love to hear from you in the comments!