Hi, it’s Sandy Diller here with you today. We are at the end of October already but I think there is still time for one more Halloween Card. I kept this card simple, yet fun, with some flying bats and a spooky graveyard. I used the Spiral Circle Pull Card for the base and then added some great elements from Karen Burniston’s Halloween Collection.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today. Halloween is my favorite holiday! The idea to make ghost earrings using Halloween Charms woke me up from my slumber one morning. So I did exactly that, and another pair using Holiday Charms. Let me show you how easy it is to make a pair for yourself!
It’s Frances here, and it’s my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial today. With Halloween only being about 3 1/2 weeks away I thought I would create a Halloween card.
When Karen Burniston first shared the Anita Frame Pop Up with the Design Team, I mentioned that I could see a face. Well, ever since then I have been wanting to play with the die to create a face. The inside of the card is supposed to be a pumpkin with the face carved like they do for Halloween, sitting in some grass. If you can’t see a pumpkin, well I am sure you can see a monster which still works for Halloween … so either way! This idea might also work to create a Santa face for Christmas, Frankenstein or even an Owl!
Howdy crafters! It’s Karen Burniston here to scare up a fun way to use the Rectangle Pull Card for a peek-a-BOO! Halloween card.