Spooky Fun

CCMC423Happy Thursday everyone!  Oh…we have a fun sketch challenge for you over at Create with Connie and Mary.

I have to say, I was really surprised how this turned out.  I know…I’m the one who made it how could I be surprized?  Well..it ended up taking on a life of it’s own.  And honestly…it started out as a CHRISTMAS card!  LOL!!!

LOVE the Halloween Scenes edgelits – oh such fun!

Here’s the details…

  • Smoky Slate – 4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Brick print (Halloween Night Specialty paper) – 2 1/4 x 4 1/4, add to bottom of card front
  • Row of houses print (Halloween Night Specialty paper) – 2 x 4 1/4, add strips of Pumpkin Pie Glimmer paper (1/2 x 4 1/2 two pieces) behind the print and add to card front.
  • Pumpkin Pie Glimmer paper – punch out 1 3/4″ circle add to card front
  • Basic Black – cut out tree from the Halloween Scenes edgelits, add to card front using dimensionals, cut out bats and add to card front
  • Pumpkin Pie – 1/2 x 2 1/4, stamp the greeting, cut into a banner and add using dimensionals.

We are gearing up the Create with Connie and Mary September Mini Session and guess what?  It features all things from the NEW Holiday Mini – COOL!

SeptLike all other sessions – there are

* 3 card sets

* two3D projects

* only $8.95

BUT…if you sign up for BOTH Sept and October you will get the FREE bonus project … and it is cool!

So NOW is the time to join and get GREAT ideas for fall and get a head start on Christmas too!  Here’s  a peek of the bonus project:

Sept Bonus

Head over to Create with Connie and Mary for the list of all the sets being used for both Sept and October and to subscribe!

 Set(s): Spooky Fun
Paper: Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Halloween Night Specialty dsp, Pumpkin Pie Glimmer
Ink: Momento Black
Other: Halloween Scenes Edgelits, 1 3/4″ Circle Punch,  Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


7 thoughts on “Spooky Fun”

  1. Haha! I had to chuckle when you said this started as a Christmas card! Sometimes our projects take on a life of their own and this one proves that point! Your final project turned out awesome anyway!

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