We are busy today getting ready for a Pumpkin Painting and Decorating party that my daughter in law is throwing for her daycare families and a few friends. But I wanted to stop in to share another Halloween card that I recently made. The card base is from a Lori Whitlock SVG file that I purchased a while back. I love that you can decorate these for any occasion–in this case with some Teresa Collins (I think) paper and embellishments that I had in my Halloween box.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and stop back again for more projects on Monday! Laurie
Have you ever made a side step card? They are very easy and you can find all kinds of directions on Pinterest or YouTube. I decorated mine with papers, cutouts and stickers that came with some October Afternoon and My Mind’s Eye Halloween paper packs I’ve had in my stash.
Thanks for stopping by! I’m back in Florida having a wonderful time with my grandsons and daughter in law! Laurie
The other day I was going through a bunch of old cards I received in card swaps from previous years. I came across a cool card that I thought I would try to replicate. So I took the card apart, did a little measuring, scoring and cutting and voila! here is the result.
I used the rose print paper from the new Adventure Fundamentals paper collection from Close To My Heart along with Blossom cardstock. The sentiment is from the Seasonal Expressions 2 catalog which will be retiring at the end of August. The roses are from the Beautiful You stamp and Thin Cut bundle.
Later I found out that this type of card is called a Free Standing Pop Up Card. There is a tutorial on Splitcoast Stamper that you can view at the link below.