Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Ghoulish Greetings

Hi there, welcome to my second post, in a series of four, of Halloween treats - a wonderful Halloween basket, just asking to be filled with chocolate-y treats.  My thanks again go to Stephanie at The Paper Garden for her inspiration, I totally took the witch from one project and the basket from another.

Such a cute witch! Not much stamping (just the sentiment - an old woodblock from Amuse), but lots for cutting, punching and sticking.  Just to give you an idea, these are the sizes and materials I used - play with what you've got, every witch is different

basket: A|S grass polka dot card - box is 3 1/4" x 3 1/4" x 1"
handle: purple card stock from Michael's mixed pack, Martha Stewart Skull and cross bone trim punch, attached with A|S onyx mini brads
label: A|S vanilla, stamped and edged with A|S blackberry, stamp Amuse woodblock
face: A|S lime shimmer, 1 1/4" x 2" oval punch (EK)
nose: A|S lime shimmer, standard office hole punch
hair: A|S pebble, 2" fluted circle punch (blue marvy), sponged with A|S onyx and sponge dauber
hat: black cardstock from Michael's mixed pack, cut free hand - 1 3/8" x 3/8" rectangle and triangle 1 3/4" high, 1" base

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That's it for today, come back tomorrow for another, really simple treat idea

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