Saturday, August 25, 2012

Halloween card

 
 
I created this card back in February/March and had submitted it along with the treat holder that got published in the current issue of Paper Crafts.
 
This one didn't make the cut, but I LOVE this card even so!  ♥
 
I used the now retired Mischief B&T papers, and "Halloween" is from the retired Wicked stamp set.
 
I used the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to cut the circle and the decorative circle cardstock pieces, as well as the numbers (if I remember correctly).
 
The bats are from a Martha Stewart punch, and the edge along the right side was done with a die from MFT.
 

I used the same technique for the flying bats on this card that I used on my treat holder from  yesterday's post.  I simply cut strips from a transparency sheet at different lengths and attached the bats to the ends to have them appear to be flying.
 
Happy creating!  :)
 
 
Supplies used are all CTMH (unless otherwise noted):
Paper:  Mischief B&Ts - retired; Colonial White, Black CS
Stamp:  Wicked - retired
Ink:  Black
Embellishments:  Dk. Chocolate Striped grosgrain, Designer Rhinestone
 brads, Clear sparkles
Punch/Die:  Bat (Martha Stewart), Die-namics Faux Crochet die (My Favorite Things)
Other:  Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge, Sponge, Transparency (other), White Gel Pen (Uniball Signo), ScorTape (ScorPal), 3D foam tape
 
 

10 comments:

Gina Brandstetter said...

LOVE it!! Especially love your 'lacy' edge.

Allisa said...

Great card, love the mix of elements!

Karen Pedersen said...

Can't believe this one didn't make it. I'm 'batty' for it!

Casandra Bennett said...

Goodness! This should have made the cut; it's gorgeous! Love it. :)

Lynn said...

I love it too! PaperCrafts messed up by not including this beauty! It is so elegant, yet so spooky.

Ruth G said...

Awesome! The flying bats are super fun!!! TFS!

Melanie said...

That is such a great paper kit. Love the flying bats.

Trisha Morton said...

Those bats are just darling! Love your blog and fun ideas.

Cindy deRosier said...

How did this not make the cut?! I LOVE it! I'm your newest subscriber, by the way. :)

Kigz said...

Absolutely wonderful! So fun and at the same time stunningly detailed. Love it!

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