Happy World Card Making Day! I could not think of a better day to get back into blogging.
The fall is one of my favorite times of year to make crafts and I had so much fun today making cards for Halloween. I used mostly K&Company’s Kelly Panacci Halloween die-cut cardstock elements. They are so cute, perfectly sized for making cards and great to mix and match. I had bought this pack a few months ago to make cards for Paper Crafts magazine‘s Halloween issue. I never ended up submitting, but loved having them in my stash to make some cards today:
I wrapped embroidery thread to look like a spider web for a fun touch.
How cute is that little ghost? The yellow frame backdrop is actually paper I cut out of an Amy Tangerine minibook.
I wanted to make this witch sparkle with a glitter cardstock backdrop, and inserted a brad on her hat for an extra little detail.
Too frilly? I thought the lace paper and lace tape would soften the stripes on this skeleton card.
Love the phrase printed on this die-cut…
I felt like jazzing up this pumpkin with some animal print.
I thought this costumed pup paired perfectly with the “trick or treat” sentiment.
How are you celebrating World Card Making Day? If you’ve posted anything you’ve made online today, I’d love to see – feel free to leave a comment. Whether you’re celebrating WCMD or just enjoying the weekend, hope you have a good one. :)