This time, I did a partial die cut, and used the gabled parts to make two spooky little houses for my cards - clever, huh? With a tiny snip, I was able to use those wonderful characters elsewhere, too! I used my own words to create the sentiment...
One of my favorite embossing folders from We R Memory Keepers was used to create this spooky forest … and the footprints? EBE Stitching Lines!
I hope you'll shop before your favorites disappear!! EEEEK! that would be scary!!!
Supplies: Affiliate links used with no cost to you - thank you!EBE Slate Gray cardstock
EBE Ebony Black cardstock
Copics: Y17 Y35 Y38 for the window layers
LIke, you, I LOVE Halloween and it brings me right back to my own childhood (and my kids' younger years)! I love your card...the punny sentiment is perfect, and the houses are fantastic! The embossed tree background is awesome...another folder on to my wishlist! Well done, Michele!
Such spooky, fun cards, Michele! I love that grey forest and all the great images glowing in the windows! I finally catching up and couldn't wait to stop by to say hi! I can't believe I got the chance to meet you in person and next time I'll make the trip around the lake and meet with you guys over in MI!
Your clever little houses and that spooky gray forrest are adorable! Add in those little goblins and glowing windows and even I would trick or treat in that neighborhood! Your grandkids will enjoy these!
Awesome in every way, Michele! Love to see your creativity in action! Thanks so much for sharing. Hugs!
EEK!! What is scary is my order at EH, enabled by you. Great saving though to TY. The grands will love these and so do I.
Oh my stars! Toooo much fun! Eeeerie, Pennsylvania! Love this!
You are so creative, Michele! I love your partial die cutting and embossed background and your puny sentiments are so FUN! Thanks so much for the heads up on the sale :)
So clever! Your grandchildren should love these! Your inside sentiment is the best!!
You are brilliant. These are so cute. Just love how you look at things and bring out something FRESH.
You're such a creative genius, Michele ... these are brilliant ... beautifully composed, wonderfully clever ... and so much fun! Hugs, Anita :)
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