I'm not going to tell you again how much I love Halloween. I've said it before, just read my blog about this time last year. In May, when I went to Grand Rapids to attend Suzanne Dean's wonderful Copics class, I had the chance to actually shop at StampingScrapping.com. We were like kids in a candy store. I want that, and that, and, oooh, gimme me that. One of my purchases was the Tim Holtz stamp set 'Mini Halloween' and I bought it not because I like Tim Holtz (he's ok, but....), I bought it because... say it with me now, "I Love Halloween". I have more Halloween stamps than for any other holiday. This set was a no-brainer. Now, the big BUT, I actually really love it. This card took just seconds to make, in fact, it nearly made itself. All the stamps are from the set. I stamped the skull and crossbones on the background paper - I just eyeballed it. I stamped and cut out the skeleton, calendar and sentiment, backed them with black paper, put a little stickles around the skeleton and Bob's your uncle. If you have to make 30 Halloween cards like I do, this is the one to make. Now you know you want to enter this challenge at StampingScrappingChallengeCentral, so how about it?