Daily Archives: July 23, 2014



It’s that time again!  Fall is my favorite season for card making and the deadline for Operation Write Home Hallo “no” ween cards is August 31st, so I’m getting started so I have a few weeks to make some fun cards.  This fella is from a Paper Smooches set called “Halloweenies”.  Last year the dies came out with this set so I got those too.  The Boo and spider die is this years release from Paper Smooches and also comes with a spider web and pumpkin.  So cute.  I colored this image with Copics.  The tree is a rub on from “We R Memory Keepers”.  The circle scallop die is My Favorite Things.  The best part about this card (which you can’t really tell) is that I put an action wobbler on the back of this guy.  When you touch the corner of the image, it wiggles, so it makes the Googly eyes roll around in his head!  HA!. Last, I used a Deconstructed Sketch by Jen Shults.  She sure makes some gorgeous cards and I love following her blog.

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