Gone Batty Again!

It seems ever since I found this Cricut cut on the Artiste cartridge every year it makes at least one Halloween card to fill my list.  This year I fell in love with the example in the Holiday Expressions catalog so I did my best at replicating it with the stamps I have.  I LOVE the new Little Monsters stamp set, however after doing a quick inventory of the Halloween stamps that I have on hand decided to pass (at least for now).

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I cut my bat twice – once in Black and again 1/4″ smaller in Thistle cut off the wings and mounted them to the front.  I then hand doodled on some stitching with my journaling pen.  I chose a stamp from Perfect Fit Halloween and mounted it over a piece of a Zip Strip from the Nevermore paper packet that was sitting on my desk and added a black swirl sparkle from my stash.

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For the inside I layered White C/S sponged with Pomegranate (it looked like blood to me) stamped Happy Halloween and the bat from Frightfully Fun.

I’m not sure if it’s just because he’s my husband, but he told me that he liked it better than the sample in the catalog.

Now to remember who got my bat card last year.

A Little Mojo Before Halloween

As promised I’m going to play in my craft room a little more and look it’s Tuesday and I have artwork to share!  I went to the Mojo Monday blog where I learned about tall and skinny cards – well if you know me there is nothing tall and skinny about me, but I thought I’d give this card sketch a go!

                       I reached for my Scaredy Cat scraps to make this fun little 3.5 X 5.5 card.  The stamp set is A Perfect Fit Halloween which I used in place of the squares – every once in a while you have to go outside the box!  Instead of a bow I used a piece of black shimmer trim and used three stars as an embellishment.

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I just love how it turned out and plan on making a few more cards this size.  They are just perfect to let someone know that you are thinking of them and use up a small stash of scraps along the way!

I hope you’ll leave me a comment and tell me what you think!

Until later,

Tracey