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Monday, September 15, 2008

More Random Halloween Cards

Hey Everyone! I created more Halloween cards using up my scrap pieces. Like I said, I have tons of them. I'm also trying to use up the K&Co Halloween die cuts that I purchased a week or so ago. I'll try to use up as much die cuts as I can. . .I don't want it them to end up in my huge pile of opened packages that I've collected throughout the years. I still have opened Halloween packages from last year, the previous year, and the year before that. I'm not sure why I don't use them up first before buying new stuff. I think my problem is when I'm in the store, I see the new stuff and don't think about the old stuff I already have. Only when I dig through my pile of stuff, I realize I still have the old stuff sitting and waiting to be used.

Anyway, I made these two cards rather quickly. No technique to it. . .just sort of sticking stuff on to a card base.

All of the papers are from DCWV Fall stack and all the die cuts are from K&Co.
Card Details:
Papers: DCWV Fall Stack, SU Eggplant envy, Lavender Lace, Pumpkin Pie, Green Galore
Accessories: K&Co Halloween Die Cuts, Ribbons (Michaels), Making Memories clip, SU Scallop Edge Punch

7 comments:

Rita said...

Cute!

Mel M. M. M. said...

WAY too cute! Those die cuts are Adorable!!! :O)

Teri said...

I love Halloween! Your cards are so cute! Great use of scraps!

Zeta said...

AAAAAWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!8O


~ZETA~

J-Yo! said...

what fun cards, Maria!!

Elena said...

Very cute! I love it very much! The ghosts are adorable! Look at this cat's face!!! Love your colors! Maria, I really appreciate that you are sharing your creative world with us!!!

Curt in Carmel said...

These are wonderful! I love the color combinations and the whimsical feel. Adorable! Best, Curt