Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A Left-over Halloween Card

I know, Halloween is OVER. But I made this cutie patootie card for my LSS Club and wanted to show it to you! My club night is the second Tuesday of every month, which was last night - so new kit, new papers for November. Anyway, each month we have a make-n-take project - which I never finish in class! For October our leader, Jacquie, who is also one of my BFFs, gave us Making Memories Halloween paper to make a mini album from a tin. Well, I decided I did not want to make a Halloween mini, so took the paper home and used it to make this card instead. (I never do as I'm told! You can see where my kids get it!)

Our challenge for the month was to use masking. So, I stamped this jar (Limited Edition Stamps) and then masked the candy corn (Close to My Heart) to fill the jar. (Yes, the Papertrey Ink stamps are EASIER, but...since when do I do "easy"?!)

The yummo ribbon is from one of the October Apron Strings kits. I wish I had a whole roll of that stuff!

The greeting stamp is Hero Arts. I got a ton of use from that Halloween stamp set this year! But this poor card will go on the pile for next year.


  1. Yummy candy corn!!!! :)

  2. I thought I was the only one with "orphan" cards !! The sentiment is perfect, and funny ! I still cannot figure out how you do so much, and so beautifully too *sigh* You are my hero !!