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Thread: Happy Halloween
10-31-2012, 01:47 AM #1
Boy I have been busy and it has been even busier at GDS [Godigitalscrapbooking.com]
It has been devastating watching the TV and seeing the destruction from Hurricane Sandy. I hope you are safe and have not been impacted too terribly. If you have been I wish you a speedy recovery from the chaos.
It is Halloween night here in Australia. I must say the shops are getting more and more stuff every year but I am still to see anyone knock on my door. I did pick up some lollies yesterday just in case as we have some young families around us.So wishing those who celebrate a fun night.
I have played with some more art backgrounds. These are more dark and based on photos of a fantastic old cemetery in Scotland. I have the full set of 5 on the store and if you like them I have them as a Halloween treat for only $2.25 until the end of the month – actually until midnight on the first. Here is a look. There are more closeups in the store and the image is linked.
Enjoy your scrapbooking and if you are on facebook head over to the GDS page for a gift from me.
10-31-2012, 05:48 PM #2
10-31-2012, 06:15 PM #3
I didn't have anyone knock on my door for halloween lol. I am not surprised but I was prepared. My hubby now thinks he will have to eat the treats i bought lol. Glad your kids had fun. Stay warm.
10-31-2012, 06:27 PM #4
Well hey you've got candy for awhile. you could hide 90% of it too and when the jar is empty add a few more. :) Hubby will think you went and got more. I've got enough candy to last me till next year. I'm still have a half a jar of candy from last year!
11-02-2012, 09:14 AM #5GDS Dabbler
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I love those papers!
My daughter lives in NJ, not near the shore, and they still don't have electricity. No school either!
11-02-2012, 03:20 PM #6
11-02-2012, 03:25 PM #7
Oh you must have been worried about your daughter. I was worried a little about my son and he is way up in montreal lol. I hope she gets back to normal soon and doesn't have anything other then loss of power. I keep seeing the pictures on TV and boy I can't believe how devastating it is. I have never visited that area which is a shame.Even seeing New York gives you a new perspective on life when you see them still in areas without power and fuel.
11-11-2012, 01:34 PM #8