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!)
This month’s Karen Burniston’s Design Challenge is Celebrate – with Frame Edges! I chose the Katie Label Accordion Album with the matching Katie Stars Frame Edges – and it’s a shaker card! This “too cute to be scary” vampire is from the Haunt Ya Later set in the Holiday Mini. He’s surrounded by Black Glimmer paper stars – the same stars from the frame – sequins, and some long glitter. (I”m not really sure what to call it!) The vampire is colored with Copics. I used the retired SU bat punch with more Glimmer paper and a BIG jewel!
The colors are a bit muted in the pictures because of the glare from the window sheet on the shaker. The purple is Elegant Eggplant. I love how the space on the Katie Label die accommodates so many things! Check out Karen’s Facebook Page to see the rest of the team’s designs! Hugs, Fran
A spooky treat! This candy bar pull up is certainly looking more “cute” than “spook!” The Mummy is the easiest design to make – strips of card stock, sponge the edges, start layering! I stamped the sentiment from Haunt Ya Later and added to the front, added some 1″ eyes and little gogglie things – and it’s ready to scare and share 🙂
The Rubber Stamping and Scrapping Garage sale is this Friday and Saturday! If you’re in Lexington, Ky you need to come check it out!