This month, Liz has created a Halloween Haunted House file! It’s a cute decoration that has plenty of room for at least 3 cards.
I made it up with the Haunt Ya Later stamp set and Happy Haunting Designer Series paper. Here’s the house, with the sweet vampire at the door. The ghosts are cut from the DSP.
My cards are all shakers. After doing this card, I couldn’t resist doing more! The shaker piece is cut using the Deco Label Collection and filled with sequins, stars and more of that glitter thread stuff (technical term!)
I cut a spider web doily into quarters (just like the Haunted House) and used the pieces inside of the shakers.
You can purchase the pattern here and/or leave a comment here for a chance to win a cut out kit of your own. What was your favorite Halloween costume? Winner announced in 2 weeks.
I have several favorite costumes – my children have always loved to dress up. But the most unique costume was the year my youngest went as a pin cushion. I’ll have to find a picture 🙂
Now hop on over to see the other creations on this blog hop! You don’t want to miss it!
Fran http://www.fransabad.com (You are here!)
In the Decor Elements brochure is a level 2 Dasher – and he’s beautiful. I made this frame by putting Dasher on the outside of the glass and lining the inside with the Holiday DSP from the mini catalog. The frame came with a mat (which I simply covered) and an insert for a picture (which I lined with DSP.) To finish it off, I cut a section from a tiny wreath and used Pop Up Glue Dots to adhere it to the glass. Note – hot glue did not work!
It’s hard to tell from just a picture, but he has a lovely 3-D look. Isn’t he pretty? Enjoy! Hugs, Fran
Sue Duffy sent me a pic of her Decor Element! Doesn’t it look great?! She used the definition the way it’s “suppose” to look. And she added rub ons to spice it up a bit – very clever! Thanks for sharing, Sue!
The Decor Elements are here! They are wonderful and so easy to use. I ordered the “create” definition with a spot in mind – but changed my mind when it came (a woman’s prerogative!) So instead of putting it up in “definition” shape, I cut it apart and used it as one long saying above my bulletin board in my classroom.
I measured down from the ceiling and marked a line with painters tape. Then I cut apart the definition and followed the directions for applying it to my wall. From start to finish, including measuring and taping, it took 20 minutes! Pretty cool! Now to order more!! Enjoy! Hugs, Fran