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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Spooky Night Continues With Bingo and Recipes!!


What a fine evening for some spooky adventures .. don’t you think my pretties!

I do hope you will enjoy our HALLOWEEN BINGO!

To Play you must complete 1 line up or down or diagonally as indicated on the card.
Make your Card
Submit it here
But first my pretties HAHAHAH you must find the images! You didn’t think I was going to make it easy did you??????

The images are spread out amongst the pages in the Digi Boutique hehe! Have fun finding them my prettys.

Here is my card. I use the diagonal line from Brads to Happy Halloween. I put glitter glue on the web but the glue got away from me in a section. So I stuck a bat on it. There are no mistakes in paper craftingPhotobucket

Win a free image by answering these Brain Candy Questions.

1. What is the Superstition behind BLACK CATS?

2. WHY IS HALLOWeen on Oct 31?

Hehehehe bet you can’t guess!!!!!

Using the following recipe card submit your favourite SPOOKY RECIPE.

You have until October 12th to leave comments and leave your creations here.

Spooky Hairy Spider Kisses, Ghastly pumpkin Smiles to you!

ps. Thanks to Lynne for helping me with the wording.


  1. The superstition behind Black cats.

    For thousands of years, black cats have been regarded as mysterious creatures with supernatural powers and were associated with witches and even death. It was believed that witches could change into cats; in fact, it is believed they could make that change nine times. Some believe this to be the origin of the belief that cats have nine lives.
    There are many superstitions associated with cats, partly because the cat has lived alongside humans for thousands of years. Superstitions centering around the black cat are some of the most well-known and popular superstitions today.
    Will you worry the next time a black cat crosses your path?
    It may depend on where you live in the world. In Britain and Japan, having a black cat cross your path, is considered good luck, whereas if you live in the USA or several European countries, it is bad luck to have a black cat walk by.

    Halloween is on the 31 Qctober because....
    Halloween is an annual holiday observed on October 31. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saints' Day. It marks the witch's new year.

  2. It was a time to scare away the spirits before All Saints Day Nov 1st

  3. Black cats were associated with witches as their similars to carry out their spells/curses.


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