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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Oh Sheet!! Super Easy Slimline Halloween Card

When I saw this stamp at Trinity Stamps I KNEW I had to have it - I like that it's easy {you don't have to really do anything except stamp it if you don't want to} and it fills up an entire slimline card!  Plus, that little snark factor just makes me giggle!


All I did was stamp the image onto a slimline card and add the sentiment - I don't think you can get much easier than that!  I hope you get a giggle out of this like I did and I plan on posting many more cards as soon as I can get my butt in gear and get them in posts.  So don't be surprised if my posts are shorter {really, does anyone read them anyway??} and I am always available to answer any questions you might have about one of my creations.  Hugs! Christi  

I am entering my card into the following challenges (where did I find these challenges to enter? At Challenges for Days! Check it out!)
Two Old Bats - Anything Halloween (entry #2)
Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge - One Layer Cards
Alphabet Challenge - N is for No Layers
Simply Create Too, #174 - All Things Spooky, Scary, Etc.
NBUS, #31 - October Challenge
Try it on Tuesday - Halloween








Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Boo to YOU ~ Happy Halloween at Paper Funday!

 I was lucky enough to buy these stamps and dies from Mama Elephant when they were having their moving sale and SO happy that I got them! The little witches are SO cute {and don't even get me started on the little cats - peeking out of the pumpkin!! Adorable!!} and are "agenda" sized, yet I was able to use my watercolor markers to color them.  Perfect for this cute Halloween card and the challenge twist at Paper Funday Challenges!  Halloween is my favorite holiday and I can't ever have enough Halloween stamps, dies, paper or decorations! Anyway,  here is my card, I hope you think it is as cute as I do!

What I Used to Make my Card:
White Card Base
Mama Elephant Little Witch Agenda Stamps
Mama Elephant Little Witch Dies
Mama Elephant Big Boo & Trick Dies
Studio Katia Glow in the Dark Mini Stars, #SK2520
Kat Scrappiness Starlights Jewel Slimline Paper, #KA-PP005
Echo Park I Love Halloween 6" x 6" Paper Pad, #ILH218023
Watercolor Paper {I use 
this}
Zig 
Clean Color Brush Markers
Gina K Amalgam Ink Pad in Obsidian Ink

The GITD stars glowing!
Once my little witches were colored, cut and dry I started to assemble my card.  I cut "boo to you" about eight times out of thick white cardstock, then used a patterned Halloween paper for the top layer, glued them all together to give the words a nice pop and set it aside.  I chose a paper that is a bit too busy for me to use as a patterned paper background; just not my style, but it worked so well used in this manner.  I took a sheet of the background paper and trimmed it down; since it is designed for slimline cards it isn't as wide as typical background paper which left a small white border around the paper.  I then glued the sentiment onto the card, placed all my witches and cats where I wanted and lastly, used a few glow in the dark stars - they shine a bit in the light and really do glow in the dark!

So, as usual, you can enter the challenge at The Paper Funday Challenge with Anything Goes, or use our monthly twist - which is Halloween! I would celebrate Halloween every month if I could - I think we should!! Get to dress up and eat candy?? Works for me! The heat is finally beginning to break and it's getting chilly in the evening. Granted, not chilly enough to shut off the ceiling fan or shut the windows, but I can feel the change in the air!  Until next time, happy crafting! Christi 

I am entering my Boo to You card in the following challenges:
Addicted to Stamps & More, #415 - Die Cuts and/or Stencils
Crafting Happiness Challenge, #116 - October Color Challenge {Use any or all: Purple, Orange, Green and Black}
The Two Old Bats Halloween Challenge
- Anything Halloween {theme board graphic below}
World Wide Open Design Team Challenge, #9 - Anything Goes
Paperminutes, #712 - The Sentiment Should be Large
Just Us Girls, #604 - Word Week - Halloween
The Paper Players, #561 - Spooky