Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Spookalicious!

Exciting times ahead and it's going to be a busy few weeks, as lots of new products will be arriving at my door to play with and then, of course, comes the best bit...I get to share all the projects with you. All I can say at the moment is...you will love what's coming soon!

But for now, I have another lil Halloween treat to share and with this card, the elements on it are all from a  CD Rom called Sundae of Seasons from Polkadoodles. I haven't worked with CD Roms very much in my crafting but I just loved the style of artwork on this one and I had to have a go and here's the result...
When you print out the images, I recommend that you use the Digital Cardstock from Craftwork Cards. Due to it's wonderfully smooth finish, this card is the best card to use when working with CD Roms and it also is amazing for using with Promarkers as it doesn't bleed.

Once all my images were printed, I added some backing papers that I already had in my crafty stash and the rosette is made using Tim Holtz's new rosette die from Sizzix. As the final touch, I used the wonderful little fence, that I gently shaped to give the effect of the little vampire standing behind it and I made this using another die, but this time from a set of Halloween Shapeabilities from Spellbinders.
So, I'd better get back to work and wish you all a wonderful Tuesday and if you are watching QVC's Craft Day, which I know I won't be able to resist...have fun and don't spend too much...or is that a silly thing to say!!
Love Emma
xx

2 comments:

  1. ohhhh...back to Halloween! :-o and what a delightfully cute little card to get back into the Halloween spirit with! :D

    love the images from the CD-Rom...very cute and I especially love the rail you crafted to give the whole thing a slight 3-D look to it...really nice touch! :D

    Wonderfully done! <333

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  2. What a fabulous card Emma - love those images too and that pumpkin rosette is brilliant.

    Love Lynda xxx

    PS I've just come here from another blog and the lady's grandma was poorly and she asked us to keep her in our thoughts and the word verification I've now got to type in for this comment is 'forgran' - isn't that spooky!

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