Thursday, October 3, 2013

Ghostly Greetings! - Curtain Call Challenge

I'm sharing another Halloween card today.  Yes.  I know.  You're SO surprised.  Ha!
Once I started creating cards for this occasion, the ideas just kept rolling.  So, I rolled with it. :)

Anyway, lets get to the challenge.  I'm playing along with the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Spooky Scene.  The inspiration graphic is so fun.  See?
I created a window card for my spooky scene.

If you look closely - or click on one of the closeup photos - you'll see that my "wall paper" patterned paper includes skulls.  Nice detail, huh?  My ghosts were stamped with versamark onto vellum, then embossed in white.  I couldn't resist adding those googly eyes.  I added a bat using some black EP.
My house siding was created by using a woodgrain impression plate, then I scored every 1/2" to resemble boards.  Two Spellbinder dies were used to create the window.

Well, as my card says...Ghostly Greetings.

Supply list ~
card stock: white (PTI)
stamps: been boo'd (PTI)
ink: onyx black versafine
patterned paper: haunted 6 x 6 pad (My Minds Eye)
dies: classic squares large (Spellbinders), woodgrain impression plate (PTI)
other: wiggle eyes (Creatology)


  1. This is soooo cute, Susie! The window, the embossing...EVERYthing!!!

  2. I think this is simply awesome and a real winner, Susie. Love the damask "wall paper" very clever!

  3. Absolutely fantastic Susie, such wonderful details, but it's the wall paper that I can't keep my eyes off!

  4. So pretty and FUN all in one, Susie! Love this Halloween creative!:-)

  5. OMG.....I LOVE the scoring detail!!! I wondered how you got that look! AMAZING card!

  6. the vellum ghost! What a great idea! Love the wallpaper too very spooky. Your scoring on the background is genius! It's a winner in my book!

  7. adore those little ghosts in the window! thanks so much for playing along at the Curtain Call!

  8. Those googly eyes are just too cute!! Darling card. Thanks for joining us at The Curtain Call.


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