Saturday, October 9, 2010

[Scrapperday: A Pumpkin and A Ghost]

[A fun little card that I made to add to the pumpkin-filled festivities during this season. It may look intense but is super easy and fun to make! I downloaded and printed off the template from KWerner Designs (okay, I'm aware that I have an obsession). Then I just followed her tutorial as usual. The materials I used were:
  • Jolee's Boutique Parcel Dimensional Sticker letters
  • ColorBox Chalk Ink in Chestnut Roan
  • Pentel Sunburst white gel pen (which I love!)
  • black journaling pen
  • tape runner
  • dimensional adhesives
  • orange, green, white, and textured brown cardstock
Easy peasy! :0)

[Boo! Scary little ghost. Another card inspired by KWerner Designs, but mine has a few different touches of detail. Again, I simply downloaded the template from her blog and printed/cut it out (mine ended up being a bit shorter since I was low on black cardstock). The materials I used were:
  • Close to My Heart tinted embossing pad and clear embossing powder (with a heat gun, of course)
  • the letter "O" from Martha Stewart clear stamp letters
  • acrylic block from Inkadinkado
  • ColorBox Chalk Ink in Charcoal
  • chipboard letters by Recollections
  • Pentel Sunburst white gel pen
  • white embroidery thread
  • dimensional adhesives
  • mini glue dots
You can make these cards too! Follow the steps in Kristina's video tutorial on YouTube! Have fun! :0)

Hope you've enjoyed this week's Scrapperday!
Linking up to these parties!

P.S. Did you know that last Saturday was "World Card-Making Day"? News to me! Oh well, Happy Belated World Card-Making Day! (rolls right off the tongue, huh?) :0)



  1. Thanks so much for linking up to SS! This card is really beautiful! I don't think I would want to give it away :)

    Hannah @

  2. Beautiful cards!!

    I WANT to be a card maker so bad...but I'm not. But I keep trying anyway. ;)

  3. Those are just too cute! Love the pumpkin; looks so dimensional. Thanks for linking up to Scrappy Saturdays! Featuring this tomorrow!


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