Friday, October 19, 2012
I really love Halloween images and wish I could find more uses for them. Or had more time to use them. I am going to make most of my Christmas gifts for family and friends this year, so I will be super busy working on holiday gifts for the next few months. I hope to share my projects with all of you.
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Thursday, October 18, 2012
Good morning, everyone. Here is my 4th Halloween card. I loved this ghost image that I purchased from the Silhouette store and decided I had to use him for a Halloween card. It was very simply put together using the phrase "Boo to you" and a banner for some additional interest. All images were purchased from the Silhouette store. Cardstock was from a DCWV mat stack I purchased last year.
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Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Well, it's Wednesday and I hope you're all having a happy week so far. Today I'm sharing my Bat themed Halloween card. The "B Bat" definition image is a print and cut image I purchased from the Silhouette store. The flying bats are also a set of images purchased from the Silhouette store. I used the print and cut feature for everything except the card base. The base was made from a K and Company Halloween paper stack I got on clearance from TJ Maxx. I rounded the corners using my Corner Chomper and add the dotted lines using a white gel pen. I used pop dots to adhere the bats and some yellow Stickles for their glowing eyes.
I hope to see you back here tomorrow!
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Hello, everyone! Today I'm sharing another Halloween card with you. I really enjoyed the process of creating this card. I challenged myself to use buttons and I wanted them to be set in front of a fence. The Happy Halloween, moon, and fence posts were images purchased from the Silhouette store or created with my Cameo. Instead of using the rails that came with the fence image, I opted to use twine to tie them together. I used some of my huge stash of orange buttons for the pumpkins, the stems are made from green embroidery floss and the "eyes" are filled with yellow Stickles.
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Monday, October 15, 2012
Happy Monday! I took a break from card challenges a few week ago to create some Halloween cards for my loved ones. I'm going to share the fruit of my labor by posting a different card each day this week.
I think Halloween cards are one of my favorite themed cards to make. This card was so easy to create with my Cameo. I did absolutely nothing but print, cut and adhere. All images and the patterned paper was purchased from the Silhouette store. The only manipulation I did was to change the scale of the patterned paper to much smaller eyes. The spooky owl/tree shapes were cut from black and yellow card stock.
I will have another Halloween card to share with you tomorrow.
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