Thursday, July 29, 2010

Halloween Already????

Happy Thursday Everyone! Halloween??? Already??? What?? Well... Noooo.... It's  not exactly October just yet, but I have been wanting to try out my Mini Monster's cartridge for sooo long that I thought... Why Not? LOL :o)  I don't care for Summer much, I'm more of a Fall and Spring kind of girl! Since my kids will be starting school in a couple of weeks I thought I would get a Jump start on my fall cards.... I really like how this turned out... it's exactly how I pictured it would come out... How often does that happen? :o) So here's to Halloween!!!!

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Cardstock Colors used - Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Kiwi Kiss, Lovely Lilac, Basic Grey (Stampin' Up)
Cartridges - Mini Monsters (Cauldron) Cut @ 3 1/2" on the Card Feature, I also used the Shadow, Layer 1, Layer 2 Features as well - October 31st (Beware) cut @ 1"
I used Core'dinations (Black Magic) Cardstock on the word (Beware)
Martha Stewart Spiderweb Edge Punch
I inked everything to give it some shadowy effects.... Using the same colors as the Cardstock....

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Here is the inside - I used white cardstock from (Sams Club), Inked around the edges with Kiwi Kiss, You can see the Dimensionals between the green bubbles.... I thought it would look cool giving it that POP! I plan to make a few more different versions of this type of card.... :)  Thanks for taking a peek, let me know what ya think.... Have a great day and look out for Miislucky to show you some projects she has made for Friday and Saturday! :o)


miislucky said...

Very cool card!!!! I like it! I especially love how the front opens up. Looks like I have a little competition this week, lol. Nice job, sis. Mimi :)

Anonymous said...

That is one cute card. I really like it.

Sharon said...

This is just awesome!!! The colors are great and I love the spider web punch! Really makes it stand out!! Can't wait to see the others you are going to create. :)

Janis said...

Thanks for linking your MM projects! Love the boarder and phrase on the pot. :) Janis