Halloween Frights

I’m going to share a few Halloween cards this week – these are not cards that I created but cards form the swaps at convention.  I am out of town and I uploaded the pictures to my blog so that I can share them with you  while I’m away from my computer but I forgot to write down who the creator was.  I’ll have to come back and add that when I get back home.  Or if you know who it is then leave a comment. 

Halloween-frights-cardThe first one is the Halloween Frights card.  This was a card that we made at the Shoebox swap that I particpated in at convention this year. 

The stamp set is Halloween Frights on page 24 in the Idea Book & Catalog.  It is a stamp set with a variety of small stamps – you could mix and match them to suit your needs.  This is a fun card – I’m not sure what to call it – but I think of it as a peek-a-boo card.  The cat image is actually attached on the inside of the card and peeks through the hole punched in the front.  The 1-3/4″ punch was used to punch the hole.  The other elements are on 1-1/4″ circles, framed in 1-3/8″ circles and scallop circles.

The colors used here are Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black.  The picture I took isn’t very good because it was raining again in Georgia when I took them.  We were close to flooding again on Monday and more rain was supposed to come today – but I’m away from home (in Virginia) – so I don’t know if it is actually raining or not.

Today is an exciting day – first I’ll have my phone interview with Stampin’ Up! for the December issue of Stampin’ Success magazine.  Then tonight I am going to Christina Crawford’s Stamp Camp.  She was #32 Demonstrator of the Year this year.  It should be fun! And today and the rest of the week I get to spend with my sister-in-law, Stephanie, stamping in her craft room.  What fun!

Have a wonderful day!

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One thought on “Halloween Frights

  1. Thanks for sharing the card, and just be yourself at your interview. I wish you the best of luck.

    Trish in Wisconsin

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