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A Peep Ghost....who would have thought?



I'm still on the Halloween Treats.....can you tell?  (shhhh..I've even got more)...lol

So...Peeps....when I was a child...we only had Peeps at Easter time...now...there is everything Peeps...even ghosts!

Who would have thought?  lol

So I felt my Peep Ghosts needed a little sprucing up....so I used the Halloween Night Specialty Designer Series Paper Item # 142022 on page 51 of the Holiday Catalog.  

The reason this DSP is a specialty paper is that there are two sheets with a silver foil to them....this being one...the other being dots.....with a silver foil....the picture doesn't do it justice. 


All I did was take a piece and wrapped it around. I then created a tag using the Mr. Funny Bones stamp set Item # 142245 and a scrap of DSP from the same paper pack.  


I love this little stamp.....just perfect for this treat.  



I hope this inspires you to look at Halloween candy totally different...and just by putting a sleeve of DSP really makes it extra special!

Hope you have a SUper stampin' day!

Glimmer Hugs!

Susan 

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