Thursday, October 01, 2009

Happy October!







Last night we turned my daughter's calendar over to October and she got so excited at the realization that this month was Halloween. The older she gets, the more excited she gets for this holiday. And she's finally decided on a costume, one which I think I might even be able to sew myself: Little Red Riding Hood! I was pretty shocked that she didn't go for a princess, fairy, or other pink sparkly thing, but this is good. I think I can manage to sew a cape. It's just one big piece of fabric, right?!?

Tonight I thought I'd share some Halloween cards I made for Purple Onion Designs. I really love their Halloween stamps, especially the Halloween Border Tapes:





I think the single thing I love about Halloween projects is that you can make a mistake and it still looks great! I mean, it's Halloween! You can rip, tear, smudge, ink it all up and it will look great!

Before I sign off, I need to ask for your help, once again. I know that many of you are not only crafty, but great cooks, too. Now that our nights are cooler and we're staying indoors, I have the urge to make homemade soup. But I need some new, great recipes. Can you help me out? Either post your recipe in the comments or email me the details. Thanks...I can't wait!









Spider Card:

Stamps: Trick or Treat stamp, Halloween Border Tapes (Purple Onion Designs)
Ink: True Black, Fresh Snow (PTI), Pumpkin Spice (Stampin' Up!)
Cardstock: True Black, Vintage Cream, Kraft (PTI)
Patterned Paper: Eerie (Basic Grey)
Other: Scor Pal, orange and black gingham ribbon, brown button, spider punch (Martha Stewart Crafts)

Caution Card:

Stamps: Halloween Border Tapes, Caution Label Set (Purple Onion Designs)
Ink: True Black, Fresh Snow (PTI)
Cardstock: True Black, Kraft (PTI), silver
Patterned Paper: Eerie (Basic Grey)
Other: black rhinestones (KaiserCraft), circle punch, corner rounder (Fiskars), embossed curve border punch (EK Success)

4 comments:

Leah in Iowa said...

Emailing you several of my favorite soup recipes this morning...

Hollie said...

Your Halloween cards are always the cutest! Love, love, love them!

Nancy Jacobs Basketmaster said...

I found your blog while searching for info on the Scor-pal. What beautiful cards and paper creations you have.
Nancy

Tiffany Heilman said...

Oooh, I love this card. The bling on the large scallop border and how you put all the patterned goodness together on that first card. I just love Halloween!

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