Halloween is coming,,..my friendsThen......you´ll enjoy my latest sheets to create misteryous and Spooky Hallowen Cards,,,,,,based on Vintage Hallowen Cards but now totally restored,,,,,,,so you can enjhoy adding them to your own creations. I am showing the work by Brenda, working with my two new "Halloween Releases "
Nicecrane meets Cricut & Tags
Now for a bit of Halloween and some of Ignacios Nicecrane Designs called "Spooky Halloween " and he has enhanced my photos with a bit of his magic and I think it really makes them pop and adds a bit more of an eerie feel as well. The top piece is a tag which I cut on the Cricut, inked with distress inks Ripe Persimonne and Black Soot, some random background stamping with Chocolate Baroque stamps, the image from the sheet and a Sizzix TH tattered floral and leaves from the tattered pinecone die.
Watch some picts on the collection:
Enjoy the complete sheet
My second piece is a card using another of the Halloween image sheets calle "Halloween & Kids" and the base card with the spiders web edge was cut on the cricut using the Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge and some Pan Pastels used to colour it and the original wicked witch across the top is from the Autumn Celebrations cartridge.
Take a look to some spooky picts on the sheets:
And here is my Sheet:
Lori from my DT did sucn a cute and all over adorable Halloween Card,,,,love the simple and a time card,,,,so colorful, so cute,,,,,,it is really easy and funny to do. thanks Lori.
Boo Bag and Vintage Halloween Sheet
I have such fond memories of Halloween - especially when Lauren was little. Her second Halloween , we had a small party and the highlight was all of my family stationed in different rooms of the house, so the kids and their parents could trick or treat. Lauren was dressed as a pumpkin, as was most of the other kids! Must have been the in thing for 1987...
Nicecrane Designs has some awesome Halloween images. Love the scary pumpkins right outside the window in this one. She's from the Vintage Halloween set. This bag is super easy to make. All the pieces are separate - that way it's easy to fill, too!
The bow template is from The Cutting Cafe and the green papers are fromLilly Bimble. I've had the orange paper for so long that I don't even have a clue where it's from! I printed the green and black dot on regular copy paper to create the bag. Folded a doily over the top and used a clothespin to clip on the bow and the image. Be sure to visit Nicecrane Designs to see all the wonderful Halloween images in the store.
SURE, SURE NOT ALL IS HALLOWEEN
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