Aren't these two characters fun? They are both from the Happy Hauntings cartridge. That cartridge has so many fun Halloween images on it.
I once again made pop-up cards. They're perfect for these images.
Here's a picture of the cards when they're closed.
And another photo when the tag is pulled and the images pop up to reveal the Boo! message. Did you notice that I used two googly eyes over the o's in Boo?
This next card has lots of googly eyes. I simply added them to a strip of DSP that had a cute "little monster" design on it. I matted it with some Halloween-patterned paper, added a couple of stickers and the card was done! The pictures below also show an example of the little coffin treat boxes I made for each of my grandkids. I filled them with M&Ms.
Here's Dracula, himself, with bloodshot eyes, no less!
It's hard to see but there is a spider that has been heat embossed onto the large web in the upper left hand corner.
The owl in this card was cut at 3 inches from the Hoot 'n' Holler cartridge and the leaves were punched out with a Martha Stewart punch. I scored them down the center and then did some shaping to give them a little dimension.
Don't you love the wood-grain cardstock? It looks like real veneer!
Here are the last two cards - I promise! These are for older kids or adults
Thanks for looking at so many of my Halloween cards. I promise not to share any more - not this year anyway!
I'm so glad you paid a visit to my little blog. As I like to remind everyone, don't forget to laugh--a little or a lot--everyday.