I love a challenge, it keeps me focused. It also keeps me distracted from thinking about school starting next week, and how much I will miss my three kids. How empty the house will be, how quiet...but not peaceful quiet, creepy quiet! So I challenged myself to make a card for Halloween using no Halloween paper, stamps, or accessories. For years I have been a mostly collecting (hoarding, lol) scrapbook supplies, but have never made any cards before. I made this card using a Christmas stamp, only because of the versatility of the CTMH clear acrylix stamps! This is what I came up with.
Supplies used for card:
Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge
Love Life stamp set D1482
Art Philosophy stamp set D1498 (only avail. with AP bundle)
Chocolate Alphabet Small D1296
CTMH CS in Honey, Sunset, Gypsy & Pear
CTMH buttons, ribbon and sparkles
Spider and web:
Glamour Lowercase Alphabet D1522
Thanks for stopping by!
I still can't get over the spider! So awesome!ReplyDelete
Stephanie, I love how you challenged yourself! This challenge produced beautiful results. I would love to see the supplies used posted in your artwork, too!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I would be happy to put the supply list. I just started blogging, and honestly didn't know if anyone other than my BFF would visit :). Thanks so much for tip!ReplyDelete
This turned out great! :DReplyDelete
Fellow Damask Diva!
Have a fabulous and inspired day!
~I hope you can take a moment to pop over to www.mywatermelonmoon.com and checkout my (relatively new) blog! I a follower of yours and would love you to give some blog love as a follower of mine! :) Happy Crafting!
Melissa~thanks! I am totally new to blogging, and don't follow anyone yet. So I will start with you~Happy Crafting! :)ReplyDelete
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