I recently learned of two ladies that follow my website regularly who say it's one of their favorites, so, today I'd like to begin first by shouting out a big Hello to Michelle D. and Carol H! I'm grateful that not only do you enjoy reading my blog, but come back nearly every single day! Thank you Michelle and Carol, and ALL my readers, I'm happy to provide inspiration, support (even if in the form of enabling) and a touch of humor to everyday life. I truly love what I do and I am blessed to be able to share it with you!
And, speaking of sharing, today I have a fun Halloween card to share that was inspired by the color challenge at Just Us Girls and the sketch from Global Design Project:
The base of this A2 sized card is Basic Black cardstock. I cut two pieces of spider web Designer Series Paper measuring 4" x 1 1/2" and adhered them to a sheet of Basic Black cardstock. I mounted those onto a sheet of Old Olive cardstock measuring 5 1/4" x 4". I wrapped two pieces of lime baker's twine around the card. Using the flip side of a retired Spider Web doily, I adhered the entire doily to the center of the card.
I die cut a circle of Perfect Plum cardstock using the Stitched Circles dies by Gina Marie Designs. On top of the purple circle, I adhered a witch's hat that I die cut from my Brother Scan & Cut machine (my FIRST SVG file download!) I adhered the witch's hat using Stampin' Dimensionals. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment in Old Olive ink on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock and punch it out with a 2" punch. I adhered the sentiment over the baker's twine using Stampin' Dimensionals.
Today's card was inspired by the following challenges:
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