I for one, love them all!
Those are so stinkin’ cute! Love them all!
I really love the subdued palette of these for Halloween.
Boo! Wins it for me, hands down.
So cute! I love that hot dog one…makes me think of when I was in school every year we had a ‘halloweenie’ on Halloween. Everyone came in their costumes and we had a cookout! Haha! :)
That sounds like so much fun!
I love them all! Especially the one that says ‘Trick or Treat’
Although, I do wish there were more pumpkins or orange palette to it
Thanks for the feedback! I’ll have to include something pumpkin-y in next years’ lineup. :)
I like the ‘boo!’ too! The ghost creatures look really cute here :)
ahh love them all!! i want the “trick or treat” one! ^^ halloween´s so close! =)
have a nice weekend!
They are all adorable. Did the skull make it this year? If not he looks great for Dia De Los Muertos
The skull didn’t make the cut this year, but I’m hoping to work it in next year! :)
They’re fantastic – great job!
Do you think you would do a set for all 4 cards? Love them all!
I have a mix-and-match set available that allows you to choose any of my greeting cards (including Halloween cards!) to build your own set: http://witandwhistle.com/shop/greeting-cards/mix-match/
These look amazin’
Hi Amanda, your Halloween cards are adorable and I think my favorite is a tie between the Boo and Trick or Treat cards. I was wondering if you would share your process of creating your cards? Like do you create the illustrations and then scan them into a program like photoshop to create your file to print the final winner? I always handmake each card which is extremely time consuming and while rewarding i thought about trying to learn how to print them after creating an original. Would love your thoughts. Kindly, Brandy
I just scan my drawings in, edit them, and add color in Adobe Illustrator. From there I can print as many as I need!
OH man these sure are cute! Love them!
These are so adorable! I love how unique they are :)
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