Wednesday, October 26, 2011

BOO !!!

I have a super duper scary card for you today!!! 

Cricut Cardz (now at Cardz TV) is having a "Spooks, Monsters, Ghouls and Globlins" challenge!

I used the little ghoul (and gravestone) from Simply Charmed:


I trimmed the card front of this portrait style card and punched a spider web border. Then, I added a sheet of acetate to the backside. I wanted my little ghoul to look like she was flying around, haunting :)


You can see how the card opens, the patterned paper from the Basic Grey "Eerie" 6x6 pad is on the base of the card. Here's another view:


Be sure to stop by Cricut Cardz and see what spookiness the rest of the DT cooked up AND link up your own scary cards ;)

The Paper Variety is having a Halloween challenge, too, so fly your broom over there and link up too! :) The prize is a REAL treat !!!

This little ghost is also visiting these challenges:
My Craft Spot - clear element

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22 comments:

Cathy said...

Love it, that is amazing. I have GOT to try this!

Jamilie said...

WOW!!! I have a whole stack of acetate I was obsessed with and never used! LOVE the idea! Super cute card!

Amy said...

Great card- I love that the ghost floats on the card! Love the punched web border too!! :)Amy
amyscraftingspace.blogspot.com

mustangkayla said...

What a cute cute card! Fantastic work!

beejay said...

Wonderfully fun and spoooooky card, the acetate does just what you wanted it to do, your ghost is hovering! Great job DT mate!

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

What a great idea to use the acetate.
Very cute card and definitely makes the ghost look like its flying. Thanks for joining us at FCCB this week.

Monica Flores said...

This is a great card Suzy! I love your flying ghost!

Jen said...

LOVE! Must try the acetate now!!

Tanya said...

Ok...super cute and super clever! Love the way this card turned out! Thanks for joining our challenge this week at FCCB!

. said...

Your card is great. Love how you used clear acetate for the front of the card and that bow is fabulous!! Thanks for playing along with us at My Craft Spot.
Candy
candyscraftcorner.blogspot.com

theelfqueen said...

What a totally cute card! Love the acetate overlay!

Sarah said...

Love te acetate overlay-- brilliant idea! Great work :) Thanks for creating with us at FCCB this week :)

Cricut Couple said...

Love all those lacy elements! Thanks for joining us at My Craft Spot and good luck on the wonderful prize this week!

Nancy said...

Such a cute card! I love how the ghost is in the front (on the clear cardstock) and the background is behind it. So cool!

Jennie Garcia said...

Super cute!! I love the transparency and I love the background paper you chose for the scene, is pretty spooky. Of course I love the ghost too. Thanks for Playing with us @ FCCB!! TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Bamabel said...

Spooktacular! Thanks for joining us this week at My Craft Spot!

Aymee

Jenn said...

That is a GENIUS idea! I love the acetate detail. I need to get that spider web border punch. It's too cute!

-Jenn
www.jennuinecrafts.com

Jayne said...

Great card,love how you've used the acetate...your ghost looks great floating.Thanks for playing at My Craft Spot.
Jayne x

Sue said...

Awesome job Suzanne. I love the little ghost and how you used acetate to make her appear to fly. Just beautiful.

rockpapercricut said...

I LOVE IT! The expression on your cute little ghost is perfect! Thanks for entering your project in this week's challenge at My Craft Spot. :)

Ally

Hannah said...

I love this card Suzanne, great idea to use the acetate and I Love the spiderweb border :)

Kristie said...

So very cool, Suzanne! You always have the neatest ideas!

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