Saturday, October 30, 2010

Witch's Hat Treat

I saw this idea on Jackie Topa's blog and tried to make my own version.  This treat container features the black waffle paper, raven lace trim, and glitter brads from the Holiday Mini Catalog.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Happy Halloween...stepped up versions

Today I've used the Halloween image from the stamp set "Greeting Card Kids" for my cards.  The first card features raven lace across one corner of the rich razzleberry layered image.  I watercolored the image using my blender pen and inks.  I thought this version was the best for mailing.
The next card is very similar and again thin on layers for mailing.  This time I used concord crush instead of rich razzleberry.

The final version is stepped up and is for hand delivery.  I've used the new glitter brads and several layers.

So, which one is your favorite???

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Got Treats?

Here is another Halloween card I made featuring the Got Treats stamp set.  I used the decorative tag punch to frame the "Got Treats" pumpkin image and the bitty bat punch to accent.  As you can see I used the Big Shot and spider web embossing folder on the pumpkin pie card front.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Witch Way?

This card again features the Fang-tastic stamp set from the Holiday Mini Catalog.  I watercolored the images using the blender pen and the inks rich razzleberry and basic gray.  The stars and buckle were done using the daffodil delight Stampin' Write marker.  To make the little tag sticking out I used the new decorative label punch.  It's hard to see but I embossed the black cardstock with the spider web embossing folder and the Big Shot.  I think this one turned out cute, too!


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Mini Halloween Greetings

Two posts in one day!   Can you believe it?!  I've spent the day making these mini Halloween cards for co-workers.  I took a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2" piece of basic black cardstock and embossed it with the spider web embossing folder and the Big Shot before folding it in half.  I used the bitty bat punch behind the sides of the designer label and curly label punches to frame the image from the Got Treats stamp set.



This is one of my Halloween cards made from the Fang-tastic stamp set in the Holiday Mini Catalog.  I've also used the spider web embossing folder and bitty bat punch as well.  The colors are basic black, old olive, rich razzleberry, and naturals ivory.  I watercolored the vampire image using the blender pen with basic gray and rich razzleberry.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Trick or Treat

Sorry I've been gone for so long!  I've got a bonanza of Halloween treats to share with you this week though.  First up are treat bags I made using the fancy favor box and the Wicked Fun Specialty Designer Series Paper.  I also  used the 1 1/4" circle punch for the moon and the Bitty Bat punch as an accent.