Thursday, October 13, 2011

Primative Halloween


Hi Ya'll! Another catalog inspired card, this one more primative. I had forgotton about this ghost on PDDU until I saw Kimberly at My Craft Spot do a card with it this week. It's so cute, he reminds me of Casper the friendly ghost! I did some inking and popping and added ribbon and a button for the cats bow tie. The top looked bare so I added the brad to a piece of chipboard, glued it to a piece of cardstock and Walla! The bakers twine at the top was also a last minute decision. Hope you like, and thanks for looking! I will be entering this in two challenges at http://craftspotbykimberly.blogspot.com/ and at http://thekraftjournal.blogspot.com/
Recipe:
Ghost: Paper Doll Dress Up
Pumpkin: Wrap It Up
Fence: Mini Monsters
Cat: Hand drawn and cut from Color core
Mouse; Martha Stewart Punch

8 comments:

Sentimental Scrapper

Cute card! I love the primitive look! Thanks for joining the fun at My Craft Spot!

Kimberly

Diane Hodrick

This is so cute! I was wondering where the cat came from....hand drawn, huh? I am impressed! Love this card! Good luck on the challenges!

Nita T.

Adorable! Love the colours on this. Great job! :)
Nita
www.niftynitanotes.blogspot.com

Tracy

Oh wow! I loved the pieced parts of the card. Each element by itself is great, but altogether they're fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at The Kraft Journal!

Joy

Darling card D !!! Love the crimped paper and that cat is adorable....great job on drawing and cutting him by hand !!
xoxo Joy

My 3 E Scrapbooking

This is so sweet! I love the primitive look to it! Great use of the colors! Thanks for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!
Amber

Kate

This is fantastic! I like your hand-drawn cat best of all. I'm just disappointed that the cat's not a Cricut image (as I'd love it myself)!! Great job on your card!
Thanks so much for playing along at My Craft Spot!
Kate
Small Bits of Paper

Kim Duran

Love the corrugated style card, the primitive cat, and the adorable pumpkin! Thanks for sharing your creation with us this week at The Kraft Journal! Well done!

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