Monday

Happy Freakin' Halloween!

Yay!

I hope you enjoyed Lisa's extra fun projects,
and are inspired to make some treats to share with those you love!

This month's theme? Fall Into Step -- Autumn, Halloween and Thanksgiving Ideas

I have used some of Stampin' Up's amazing Frightful Sight Product Suite
to hopefully get you "in the mood" for a great Holiday! (IBC p.22)


Two fun things to share today. . . .

First, a card with a little gift attached!

This set, Scaredy Cat, makes a dramatic embossed image. Here I used Basic Black embossing powder with versamark ink on both Basic Grey and Whisper White cardstock.

In the picture below, the spider comes standard on this sheet of Frightful Sight Designer Series Paper. . . However, the upper right corner of the card needed one too! I added him (in the picture above) with Versamark and Black Embossing Powder.

Above you can see the 1 1/4 in. circle punch in Dusty Durango,
clipped with a darling little clip from our Clips Assortment. Fun times!
Of course the Basic Black 5/8in. Satin is so gorgeous. . .

I love this little ghost! On a dimensional he steals the show :)


But wait!

What if you could take off the front panel and keep it forever and ever???

Here you can see the detachable bookmark:


Because people are impatient, and I was worried the project might be ripped in the frenzy of trying to open such a cute card. I attached the bookmark inside the front panel to avoid issues :)

Below you can see where I added some dotted lines to show where to cut it off:


Last but not least. . .A spooky fancy favor.

Frightful Sight Designer Series Paper run thru our Big Shot. . .

then add a little punched Ghost to match the gorgeous paper!


(I took pictures of the process, so I will post those in a day or two if you are
interested in recreating this little cutie patootie.)

In the set Tiny Tags is where you will find this adorable Boo stamp. Perfect!


Punch it with our Jewelry Tag punch, tie a pretty bow in the
Black Satin Ribbon that I ADORE. . .
attach with some Vintage Trinkets and you are good to go!

Hope you had fun checking these projects out! Time to head on over to
Deb Currier's blog and see what she has made for your viewing pleasure!


10 comments:

Debra said...

Wonderful projects Robin! I love all of the details.

juniperbarn said...

Oh my goodness, these are so darn cute!! Great job!

Emma F said...

I just got this set~ love your projects, esp the detachable bookmark. Genius :)

Lorien Clark said...

Fabulous! I love that little ghosty. Oh my goodness.

A Touch of SOL said...

LOVE THE BOOKMARK card...Will you share a tut?

Deb said...

Love your Halloween projects! The bookmark is a super fun idea! And I love the little ghost on the treat bag!

Shirley Pumpkin said...

Wow really cute stuff!! I tried to find a follow button and could not find it?!? Maybe it is just me. lol

Hugs
Shirley
www.lookatmycutestuff.blogspot.com

Claudette said...

Really cute items! Thanks so much for sharing!

Penny Hanuszak said...

Very cute. The removeable bookmark is such a great idea. I liked the way you toured all the little highlights on your card. Great detail!

Wendybell said...

Spookalicious, Robin!! LOVE that little detachable bookmark idea ... and your little favor/treat bag is darling!! :)