Monday, October 4, 2010

Happy Halloween cards with Kay Sibley

Boo!  How about some spooky Glitz Design cards?  I'll admit these aren't super spooky because I'm not a fan of scary things.  I guess you could say these cards are less trick and more treat!  {wink}

This "scary" spider card was created with Distressed Couture Polka Dot and Kismet pattern papers. I stamped with the Grid Distressing clear stamp to add more dimension.  The little spider was also made using Distressed Couture paper and the Cricut Doodlecharms cartridge.  I layered a Detour Glitzers star sticker onto a glittery chipboard star then added some ribbon and round Teeny Alpha stickers.     

I used a Vintage Whatnots post card on this next card.  These post cards are fabulous and very versatile.  I layered on a Vintage Extras rub on.  The polka dots on the card base are also a Glitz rub on!  

Of course, you can give your holiday cards to friends and family but remember you can also decorate with them.  For example, place them on your mantle or sideboard table to make your home festive!   

Happy Fall to you!

Scary:  Pattern Papers (Distressed Couture, Kismet), Clear stamp (Grid Distressing), Alphabet stickers (black Teeny Alpha), Star Sticker (Detour Glitzers), Rhinestones (Frosting):  Glitz Design; Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink; Glitter chipboard star:  My Mind's Eye; Ribbon:  Lil Davis; Pipe cleaner, floss:  own supply; Cricut cartridge (Doodlecharms):  Provo Craft; Paper scuffer:  Making Memories

Happy Halloween Day:  Pattern paper (Distressed Couture Blocks), Post card (Vintage Whatnots), Rub on (Vintage Extras, Polka Dot), Alphabet stickers (black Teeny Alpha):  Glitz Design; Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink; Ribbon:  Offray; Border punch:  EK Success; Felt button:  Jenni Bowlin; Button:  own supply; Thread:  Coats 


~amy~ said...

Super fun and 'treat-full' cards!

Ginger John said...

So cute! Love the way you used the Happy Day Rose Rub on to make a halloween "day" card! I'm totally going to try that one ;)