Demo Swap Share
All Card Halloween is the theme of the day… For those of you whom have know me for a while, you know I have a huge collection of Halloween cards from years gone by. They are just too much fun to stamp and craft. The dark colors or the bright colors. A favorite color combo for me is Purple – Orange – Green. Of course we have our Black – White – Gray combo as well.
I hope you will get a little treat out of viewing these cards today. And enjoy your neighborhood visitors this evening.
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Here are the cards, thanks to all the demo’s who participate in swaps. I just love all the ideas and that I get to showcase them here with all of you.
Halloween Cards on Parade
This is a fancy fold card, where the little monster is actually on a swing flap to open and close the card. Love the DSP and that just a little creepy friend!
Super cute layout with the DSP on one side and the die cut images on the other. Cute and spooky at the same time.
Love the colors right! Basic Black – Gorgeous Grape – Granny Apple Green. Lots of texture and layered stamping. Wonderfully wicked!
A bit of a classic. Love the shadowing of the circle around the raven with ink and probably a sponge or sponge dauber. Layered on a dry embossed background for texture. Sends chills down my spine.
Super cute card with those little tiny bats. Did you know you can get the tiny punches to coordinate with the To Every Season set. Make card crafting easy with sets and coordinating tools to make embellishments easy-peasy!
Again, gotta love the color combo, a classic Halloween treat for me. Rich Razzleberry – Pumpkin Pie – Basic Black. Love that DSP with the coordinating framelits to die cut the images. Who doesn’t love a classic?
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