Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Scaredy Cat Spectacular a spooky success


I've been so busy over the past few days I haven't even thought about posting to my blog. So here's a little catch-up attempt, starting with a five-project class I did on Sunday with the Scaredy Cat stamp set. I had a card contest (fabulous cards!) with prizes, lots of door prizes, lunch, and cupcakes with bones. It was a fun day!


This tent-top card uses only a Basic Black ink pad, a couple of punches, some lush Cherry Cobbler ribbon (new in the Holiday Mini) and Frightful Sight dsp.


I CASE'd this idea from fellow demonstrator Julie Arvin, adding the popped-up ghost.


I used the same sketch I used for a different Halloween card for this one. After running the card front through the Big Shot in the Spider Web embossing folder, I used markers to single out the ghost and pumpkin from word stamps, punched them out with the 3/4" circle punch and layered them on 1" circles. The "BOO!" is from Spooky Bingo Bits.



This treat basket uses two milk carton diecuts and more Frightful Sight dsp. We used the Simply Scored tool for the accordian rosette.


Smarties are the perfect candy for these skinny cello bags. The square scallop came from the Two Scallop Squares die for the Big Shot, and there's one on each side of the cello bag, sandwiching it in.

7 comments:

Jean Addis said...

What a wonderful set of projects. Every one of them is fune! Cupcakes with bones?! I would love to see them as well.

Snowmanlover said...

Wow, gorgeous work!!

glassgraffitix2 said...

Awesome ideas!

glassgraffitix2 said...

I love your projects and that fan fold flower!

Penny Hanuszak said...

Now this looks like a party! What a great looking stamp class. Spooktacular......... The cards ae really fantastic. Love them all. Thanks for sharing Terry. I've linked you on my blog note too for this weeks MMMHC.

Penny
http://pennytokensstampinspot.blogspot.com

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