Friday, October 29, 2010

Your friends will know they are in for a spook-tacular good time when they receive a custom Halloween party invitation!

An all-over coat of black flocking made these spiders just a little creepier...


Inside is a surprise with a fun pop-up Spiderweb!



The spider got a little lost on the dark background. Here it is up-close:


I did the text and colored background of this invitation on the computer. Keep in mind that with the right patterned paper, you can print text right on to it from your computer. All of theHalloween shapes were cut out of black cardstock using the eclips and then adhered to the invitation. The silhouette look is so quick, easy and perfect for Halloween.


It's always fun to send a handmade card. Here are some not so spooky ways to greet your friends.

Glittery Candy Corn and a cute selection of patterned papers made this happy card.


The orange rosette was made with gathered crepe paper, but now we have a die that makes it oh so easy... check it out here.


Inside is the pop-up Spider & Web.


Glittered Bats die-cut from mat board and attached to wire seem to flutter on the front of this card.


Inside is the Bat pop-up die created by Karen Burniston. Really clever!


Happy Haunting
Beth
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1 comment:

  1. Wow! Beth, you are all kinds of awesome! I love your spooky cards.

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