Sunday, October 30, 2011

Picture Clip Board

Currie's family went to the Rainforest Cafe.  She made this clip board for the girls to remember the fun they had. She used Crackerbox Palace stamps to add to the background. She tied twine on the clip to be able to hang the clip board. I think the twine is a great idea and adds to the safari theme.
She picked up some brouchers they had to use for some of the embellishments: the large circle, the corner cutout, tag in the upper right corner and the bottle cap even has the date.
She put the pictures in slide folders. Currie first embossed the slide folders with Tim Holtz embossing folders and then used Distress Ink over the embossed area. Isn't this a neat way for the girls to remember their day at the Rainforest Cafe?

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Spooks in the Cuboard

This Halloween hang up was made by Currie.
She glued black card stock on a piece of cardboard and punched corner holes in it to hang it and added wire.
She cut a piece of cardstock so it would just go up to the holes.
Currie stamped the cuboard and spider on white card stock and colored it with Copic markers.  She then stamped the bat, spider webs and saying.
The cat, ghost, pumpkin and skull on card stock, colored them and then cut them out and attached them to the card.
This idea would be great to hang on the door, frig. or cuboard or anywhere else to decorate for Halloween.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Happy Halloween Pumpkin Head

Currie made this Halloween card with a little surprise.
She mounted different shades of browns on black card stock. On one of the layers she stamped and embossed spider webs in the corners.
She stamped Pumpkin Head on the lightest color and colored him in with the Copic markers and then stamped the saying.
Currie punched holes and added 3 colored eyelets. It adds color and interest to the card. 
In the holes are eyes that are in the inside of the card.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Ghost are Getting Out

Currie made this Halloween card with Crackerbox Palace stamps.
She stamped the branch on light gold card stock and colored it in with Copic markers. She sponged the back ground with Distress inks and stamped the bats and the saying.
She used Tim Holtz bird cage to hang from the tree and added brads to the bottom of the cage.
She stamped the ghosts on white card stock and cut them out then added them coming out of the cage.

This is the inside of the card.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Haunted House on Cloth

Currie made another great Halloween card.
Well lets start with the skull embellishment.  Currie stamped the skull with StazOn on top of Tim Holtz's Fragments.
The paper behind the Fragment looks like she scanned the fabric she stamped the haunted house on and printed it on white paper.

Currie stamped the haunted house and boo on the fabric with StazOn. She pulled some threads out to put a fring on the edges. Brads are used to attach the fabric to the card.  The bat is a button that we sell in our physical store.
She mounted the card in a number of layers. When she got to the last layer, she punched holes in the corners and used orange thread to tie the knots and embellish the corners.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

3 Ghost with a Hat

Currie made this Halloween card.
All of these stamps are from Crackerbox Palace Stamps.
Currie stamped the 3 ghost with black ink. She outlined the eyes and the border with a light gray Copic Marker.
She stamped the witches hat on dark purple card stock and cut it out and attached it to the ghost.
The other images were stamped on the same white card stock as the ghost.
Happy Halloween was stamped on acetate and attached on the left with a cooper brad so it kind of hovers over the card.
She punched holes on the right side of the card and used black string to sew the zigzag design that leads down to the spider.
On the outer edge of the card she used Tim Holtz's distress edger. It makes a great edge for this card.

The inside of the card is even fun.
After she stamped BOO, she punched holes in the OO. She put green card stock behind it and made dots in the center of the holes to look like eyes.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Hold Each Person Close

I stamped the saying and then cut it out with Spellbinder. I also cut out the piece behind the saying with a Spellbinder also.

 I stamped the diamond with embossing ink on the light blue card stock and embossed it in silver. I stamped and embossed a diamond on white card stock and cut it out to glue it over one on the strip.
The darker blue behind the diamonds was punched.

This is just a 'fill-in' card.  
Would you like to see some different ideas for your Halloween cards? 
Currie has made some GREAT Halloween cards that I will be posting as soon as I get home to my own pc.-hopefully tomorrow.  (I am still living with my folks and taking care of them in a different town than the one my house is.)

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Dance In The Rain

This stamp is from Crackerbox Palace.  It was cut from Spellbinder as well as the blue cardstock I mounted it on. The background paper is from a 12x12 sheet that had a design printed in the corner.


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