So lately I have been pretty busy. So busy in fact that I don't get much scrapping done. When I do get a chance to scrapbook, I tend to make cards, since they are pretty quick and fun, easy to do in small sections of time.
First up, I have a few cards that Heather McCarty designed based on the Halloween Spooktacular Project Ideas. They were quick to put together, and we had a good time working on them. We made them at our unit meeting last week.
Using the Candy paper from the Spooktacular Kit, score at the 4" point with the Rotary Tool and scoring blade (make sure the candy piece run across the long edge. On the front, use the tearing tool to tear an 8" piece of cactus cardstock, about 2" wide. On top of this, place a 1" x 8" piece of "black" cardstock. Using the Halloween Micromaker (included in the kit), punch 3 ghosts out of any paper (I used the purple-orangey colored paper here.)
Begin with an 8x8 piece of black cardstock (included in the Spooktacular kit), score at 4". Cut a piece of the spooky tree paper at 3.5 x 7.5", so that the tree and moon show. Use your tape runner to attach this to the black base. On top of this use the orangey paper to cut about a 2-1/2" x 4" rectangle, and attach to the card. Then take the bluish paper and tear each edge with the tearing tool. Finally, using the Halloween micromaker, punch two cats and attach using a precision point adhesive pen. Write a fun saying on the orange rectangle.
That's all for now!
Till next time,
- The Scrap Keeper, Vanessa