I received the notice for the next Cheery Lynn Designs Blog challenge yesterday which is to do a Halloween themed project. So since I had recently splurged on a few new designs from them I decided to enter this card into the challenge.
Oh, I am feeling better too since Arthur Ritis is not around quite as much as he was yesterday so I decided it was time to play a bit. And taking some Aleve helped too!
I used a base card of white card stock. I then took the Cuttlebug Pumpkin Harvest embossing folder and covered the inside of the folder which has the word Cuttlebug on it with various shades of Autumn colored dye inks. I placed a white panel on the folder and ran it through my Crossover to get the pattern background. It has been a long time since I used that embossing folder and I thought it might work well with this card.
I cut this embossed panel down a bit with a Memory Box Frame die and also cut a size larger one out of Gina K. Designs Tomato Soup card stock. I layered these together and placed them onto the base card.
Next I cut out the Cheery Lynn twiggy wreath and the sentiment with Gina K. Designs Chocolate Brown card stock. I also cut another sentiment out of Tomato Soup card stock. I glued the wreath onto the card. The two sentiments were glued together purposely off kilter to leave a little shadow of the brown to give more dimension to the saying before I glued that on my card.
My border was the Cheery Lynn Designs Barbed Wire. It comes with a set of two but I chose to use the smaller of the set.
Cherry Lynn Designs Dies:
Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath B469
Barbed Wire (Set of 2) B405
Memory Box Die:
Cross Stitched Frame Borders Style No. 99124
Well, that was a fun project and even though I may only get one done a day it is still relaxing to do some card making. Thanks for stopping by.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Twiggy Halloween Wreath
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Oh glad Arthur hit the bricks, may he travel far and wide and not knock upon your door again! LOVE your card, that wreath is awesome as is the barb wire die....super fabulous!
That die cut frame really DOES look like barbed wire, Verna! Glad you are feeling a little better today - it's so strange how those inflammations hit at different times, isn't it? And it is usually when you don't expect it to! Love your colors and the way you have put everything together on your card! hugs, de
Arthur likes my door too at times, however, the last few days it's the blooming ragweed! David went to the emergency room this morning with kidney stone pain. FUN, NOT! Your card looks a little sticker, but it has good thoughts behind it! Have a better day! =0)
I hope you packed Arthur's bags sent sent him on his way.... and feel better for it! Great card.... the dies loook like barbed wire... seriously!
I love your spooky Halloween card.
Love your card Verna. Now I need the barbed wire die. I love how you used it as the border for your card. Thanks so much for participating in the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge this week and good luck.
This is so super cute. LOVE the fun background with that embossing folder - very useful!!! The whole thing just makes me smile!!!
Love the background and cute dies
What a fun card, love that background and how you used the barbed wire to frame it. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.
Awesome Halloween card. I like the combo of dies you used. The barbed wire looks kool around the edge. Thanks for joining the Cheery Lynn Designs challenge. Best of luck to you
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