I have been having fun making some Halloween cards. I've tried to use some of the stickers and other supplies that I bought last November when all the Halloween goodies were deeply discounted. Here's the first card I made using some jack-o-lantern stickers:
I used a Fiskars grass border punch for the top edge of my piece of kraft cardstock. I inked the edges of this panel with some Frayed Burlap Distress Ink. My cat was a Sizzix stamp that I heat embossed onto yellow cardstock and then cut out with the matching die. It's popped up on double-sided foam tape. My Happy Halloween sign image is also by Sizzix and was heat embossed onto my craft cardstock.
To finish off my card, I tied a piece of raffia around my front panel. This raffia also provided a little "ledge" for my cat to stand on.
We will be traveling for the next several weeks, so I'm not sure how often I'll be able to post. Because we had company for the past six weeks (they just left yesterday), I really haven't had the time and focus to get future posts written and scheduled. I'll be taking my computer with me, so I'm hoping to be able to post some on the road. Keeping my fingers crossed, anyway!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.