Thursday, September 16, 2010
I just had to dress up these owls for Halloween! The one on the left is a bat and his little buddy is a ghost. This card is easy to assemble, but it uses a lot of different punches. Here is the recipe:
Paper: basic black, basic gray, whisper white, pumpkin pie, early espresso, soft suede, marina mist, bashful blue, Designer Series Paper Pack - In Color (level 1 hostess set - for the bat-owl's chest)
Ink: basic black for the trick or treat bags
Punches: Bitty Bat Large, Two Step Owl Extra Large, 1 3/8" circle large, Extra Large Decorative Label
Accessories: Lots of Tags (Sizzlits 4-pack), Texturz Plates Backgrounds #1
Stamps: Fang-tastic (for the trick or treat bags)
Please leave a comment and let me know what you think. Now...what should I be for Halloween? I think I will be the paper fairy again.
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