I chose to use the bottom row's elements. They are hard to see, but I think it's punches, glitter, brads & a free space. My free element was ric-rac!
Can you believe that I made the patterned background? It looks just like printed paper! That's a whole lotta pink goin' on! I used a "fast feature" purchase from Unity Stamp Company's Facebook page called You + Me = Bliss. The sentiment is off an Itty Bitty set named Enjoy This Day (obviously).
I used a punched out glitter scalloped square. Then added some punched flowers, one with sanded edges. They all were secured on with a brad.
This haunting image was ripped from a thrift store book. I slapped it on a giant paper die cut, inked the edges, strung some ribbon & added a flower. Aunthentique's Glowing collection has some great distressed papers.
The tiny tag was stamped with Unity's Bones About You. The fancy chipboard is Tattered Angels.
Hello Everyone. I just want to share possibly the CUTEST fall paper line ever. It's Imaginisce's Happy Harvest. I snatched a few sheets of paper & die-cuts up from my local store to try this month's sketch Challenge. It was tweaked a little by adding another photo. I always prefer to have at least 2 photos on a page.
I finally broke out my Paper Lace Cricut cartridge. Those cardstock cuttings help tone down the busy paper background. It's hard to tell, but the words and stripes are embossed. My attempts at photographing that gloss failed.
The die-cut set included such cute critters & such, I almost couldn't choose! The foxes won, but I'm certain any from the kit would have been great.
I hand cut the little fox out of some paper scraps that I took from behind my giant Paper Lace circle!
Keep these papers in mind for some of YOUR fall layouts!
Shwooh. We made it, all seven days. Here is the grand finale.....a cute one:
It's Close To My Heart sticker monsters & great patterned paper. The little guys has scallops cut around them with scissors. I drew on the fake stitches & stickled the star sticker. The tone on tone sentiment is subtle.
Thanks for looking, I hope you enjoyed the Halloween card marathon!
This one was the most fun to make. My hanging spider technique is simple. Stamp on the spiders here & there. The take a ruler & a black gel pen. Connect the spider to the top edge with one long smooth straight edge line. Wa~la. You have spooky dangling spiders
Can yo tell this one opens in the middle? The large circle overlaps the opening. Thanks for look. Come back tomorrow for a Skeleton card.
Crooked & not perfect, I know. There is no good way to show you that the dark black is like patent & very shiny. This card involved a square punch & two sizes of circle punches. The stamp again is Unity's Bones About Halloween.