Hi stampers! Happy Halloween! I can't believe it's here already! I got almost NOTHING done. I don't have any candy, I didn't make any treats, and I barely made any cards let alone sent any! And usually I LOVE Halloween but I just wasn't as into it this year. Oh well. We did go to our annual party this past weekend though and it was fun! I was Snow White and hubby was Bane from the newer Batman movie. I think I'll go as an eskimo next year....it's always so cold by the end of October, lol! I'm probably not going to dress up at work today:( I'm at a different clinic now on Wednesday's and I don't know if many (if any) people will dress up and I just don't feel comfortable there. Oh well...
Anyway, I got on a roll yesterday afternoon and cranked out a few more last minute Halloween cards...so I have THREE to share today! I figured there isn't any point of saving them to share after the fact, ha! And all three are a bit out of my usual style or comfort zone...at least I think so anyway....what do you think?
The first is using the Colour Q challenge this week. It actually got me in the mood to do these last minute cards...so thanks! I did sub the white for very vanilla since it's used in the DSP and I was planning on using some (even though I didn't in the end).
Stamps: Googly ghouls, border banter
Paper: Very vanilla, basic black, tangerine tango
Ink: Basic black, tangerine tango, daffodil delight, so saffron
Next up is a card I made based of an old sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. I was on a roll with the googly stamp set and I have a lot of this DSP left that I wanted to use....not to mention the ribbon....
Stamps: Googly ghouls, border banter, teeny tiny wishes
Paper: Very vanilla, basic black, basic gray, howlstooth & scaringbone DSP
Ink: Basic black, tangerine tango
Accessories: Wide oval punch, googlies, sizzlit die
I really like the way it turned out although it is different for me!
And finally, I was looking over some cards I made last year and I wanted to dig out an old set....out on a limb. So, I rounded out the night with this card using a sketch from Retrosketches that I couldn't seem to do anything with last week.
Happy stamping! And spooking!!!!!