Hi crafty buddies,
I've a spooktacular new release for you today from the lovely Conie Fong. There are 4 new images in total all based around this little cutie. I've chosen to use this little witch, well I ask you how scary is she !!??
You can find her and all the other new images right here at the store
Trick-or-treating harks back to the Middle Ages and All Souls’ Day, when poor people in Britain would beg for soul cakes, a sweet-bread treat, and pray for dead relatives in return. When trick-or-treating first became popular in the United States in the 1800s, more children played mischievous pranks than asked for candy. By the 1950s, though, the focus had switched to good old family fun, with sugar-hyped children dressed in costumes.
The candy-collecting tradition has spread from the United States to Canada, Australia, and Western Europe, where more and more little goblins now trick-or-treat.
I've used a set of dies from X cut to create my spooky trick or treat scene and some pumpkins from Sue Wilson.