Tuesday, September 21, 2010

“Have a Bloody Good Halloween”


These last few days have been super hard for me because I had a book report to write ( I wrote it on Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, which is actually the inspiration for this card) , an essay and had to study for my history exam    ( whew), so I am so glad I got to get my card done for the Paper Cutz Challenge!

This challenge was to make a Halloween Card without using the colors Black and Orange, I was  excited because I had this great little Martha Stewarts Halloween paper pack that has a lot of red and brown and grey I just didn’t know what to use it on! I also had this great stamp that I got at Michaels on clearance for $1.00 and haven’t gotten to use it yet either!

Well here is my card


A close up of the stamp

Blog picture 2

This is the paper pack it has great patterns especially for you Vampire lovers like me!


I really enjoyed making this card!! I hope you like it as much as I do!!

Thank you for visiting and leaving me all the great comments I love and appreciate them all!!

Lots of Cricut Love,



abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great card! Love the sentiment and the paper!

Thanks for posting about the KAndrew blog, I gave you a shout out on my blog and hers for your extra entry!


Beutiful card, I think you did a great job

Audrey Frelx said...

What a wonderful card, and you really used your imagination and came up with a Halloween card not using black and orange!


Diane said...

Great card and thanks for joining the challenge at Paper Cutz! Good luck with the studying!

mforquer said...

Ah - creeptakular halloween card - great job not using black and orange! this is fabulous! Thanks for playing a Paper Cutz this week!

Jeri said...

Love your "bloody" good card. I just saw that MS paper the other day on HSN when I was watching the launch for the new Cricut Imagine. Which I can say has arrived at my house and is awesome. Hope your grades on all those school projects are great. Thanks for playing along with us at PCC.