Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Lots of Halloween cards :)

Hello everyone!

I've been working on Halloween cards to add to my donation box... so today I wanted to pop in and show you what I've been up to! :) 
All papers, ephemera and sentiments are from Pebbles- the Spooky Boo Collection. 
I added a piece of vellum behind the ghost image on the card above and other finishing touches include: sequins, enamel dots, staples, googly eyes and Tim Holtz label tape. 
 These cards were so easy and fun to make and I think they turned out pretty cute. I love using paper collections/kits especially when making several cards at a time and the fact that everything coordinates so well makes putting them together a snap! :) 

Well that's it for now- thanks so much for taking the time to visit my blog today!
Tammy x

Challenges I want to enter:
Always FunPumpkins (1st card
Crafty Calendar- Halloween
Dragonfly Dreams - Spooky and/or Cute
Mod Squad- Hello Pumpkin (1st Card)
The Paper Funday- Anything Goes/Optional Twist: Halloween
Unicorn- Spooky and/or Cute


Valerie-Jael said...

These are all gorgeous! You have made me happy with our cards, Halloween is my fave season! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie
Stay safe!

crafty-stamper said...

Great collection of cute Halloween card love the bats
Carol x

meg said...

A fantastic fun set of Halloween cards,love your papers and adorable images not a single scary card

Donna said...

These are all so cute, great use of ephemera - this is such a hot trend now. They will be appreciated and enjoyed at Ronald McDonald House.

Liz said...

WOW, you HAVE been busy, What a wonderful collection of Halloween cards. Thank you for joining in the Crafty Calendar Challenge this month. Good luck!
Liz xx

Lynn McAuley said...

Halloween cards to amaze and delight!! These are fabulous, Tammy!!

Rachelle Oltean said...

Hi Tammy! This set of cards is fantastic! I used to make more of this kind of cards when the store Archivers was in business because I used to buy a lot more of this pattern paper/paper ephemera/sticker collections! Now that there are so few paper crafting stores (other than Michaels & JoAnns) I don’t have in-person sales access! : ) You always create the best layouts with your pattern papers and die cut shapes! I love these!
Hugs - Rachelle : )

Angela said...

Wonderful collections of cards. Thank you for entering our Anything Goes Challenge with Twist at The Paper Funday Challenges this month. We hope to see you again next challenge.
Smiles, Angela DT Member
DT{My Blog}

Witchcrafted Life said...

And in turn, dear Tammy, I have lots and lots of love for these festively fabulous fall time makes. They're sweet and spooky in equal measure, and sure to scare up plenty of smiles for their lucky recipients.

Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

papierelle said...

I should be scared now, but I think all cards are very funny!! Hugs Gundi

anncreatief said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us at Unicorn. Have a nice day,.. Succes!!
DT Anneke

Dawn Phillips said...

Wow, you have been busy. Fab cards hun. Love Dawn x

Let's Art Journal said...

Such gorgeous Halloween cards! Love your designs and the sequins add some lovely sparkle too 😁. Happy and creative wishes! Hugs, Jo x

Judy Woodland said...

Such fabulous Halloween cards, I love every single one of them. Great take on the challenge, thank you so much for participating this week at the Mod Squad Challenge
Judy~ Mod Squad Challenge Designer
{Judy's Happy Place} Stop by and see me!!!

*Vicki* said...

Oh my gosh Tammy I love them all! Those are all fun with the Halloween themed ephemera and papers! I also love the touches of the googly eyes with a couple of the I'm sure they'll be very much appreciated!! Super cute!

Creaine said...

Hi! Your project is beautiful. Thanks for playing with us on Dragonfly Dreams Challenges and best of luck with your entry.
Ine DT

Ilonka said...

Such a beautiful cards, thanks for joining us at the Dragonfly Dreams Challenge.
Hugs Ilonka DT

Pia S said...

6 cool and cute Halloween designs, such fun patterned papers and a variety of designs. Kit or no kit, I make nothing ‘in a snap’. However I think a kit would be great for finding my mojo Again, it comes and goes a lot these days...