If you're a Tim Burton fan, sorry I don't have any movie themed cards to post,
but the songs keep ringing in my head.
"This is Halloween, this is Halloween..."
Halloween Window Card
I wanted to play around with some different card presentations and my new stamps,
so after a few hours of humming Halloween movie songs,
here is a card I came up with.
Window card with Stampin' Ups! Greeting Card Kids
and some extra images I downloaded from the Graphics Fairy website.
Traced a photo stand off of a frame I had onto cardstock and placed it on the back.
I'm pretty happy with this little 3D vintage looking Halloween window card.
Here's another one I made that started out with great intentions,
but I'm not sure where I lost track of the vision.
Mr. Hoo got Boo'd
I punched a circle near the center of the cardstock and then pierced holes around it.
Sewed a cobweb (using this term loosely as it looks more like a dream catcher.)
Made a frame from Nestabilities to hide the holes and then I was stumped.
Hand drew the spider and placed 2 branches to the right with the owl and
then it looked like I had a floating spider web in the middle of the sky.
Decided to add more branches and now it looks more like the web is secured.
I'm not sure what I think of this one, but it has some cute concepts.
Happy Halloween card making!!
Please scroll down if you missed the
Make It Monday Post from earlier.
Challenges I would like to enter:
The Pink Elephant - #119 Trick or Treat
The Shabby Tea Room - #82 Autumn or Fall Theme w/photo inspiration
Come and Get it Challenges - Happy Halloween Challenge
I Did it Creations - #75 Halloween