Saturday, October 20, 2012

Spooky fun!

 Hello! I'm here with a fun Halloween card for Cheery Lynn Designs.

I created the base of the card using the largest of the Classic Coved Rectangle Stacker Nesting dies. I then layered with the next smaller size followed with a Classic Coved Rectangle Silver Stacker Layer. The Mini Pearl Rectangle Reflections dies was used to create the matte behind the postcard. For a bit of spooky fun, the Creepy Gate is tucked in on either side of the post card.
 I propped the Spooky Tree with foam adhesive to add a bit of dimension. I folded the wings of Going Batty for a bit of fun texture and dimension.
The design of my card was inspired by Pagemaps.

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Lizzyc said...

Fabulously spookey!

Diane said...

Wow...this is super cool!!!

Jan Hennings said...

This is so cute!

Tamara Morton said...

Hi Jodi, beautiful as always!! love the way you use all the cheery Lynn dies with such beauty.

Rhonda Van Ginkel said...

Super spooktactular card!!! Love the papers and your design with the gate sticking out.

Inkypinkydelights said...

Beautiful card Jodi! Thanks for stopping by my Blog today. Judy x

Jennifer said...

Great card, Jodi...very atmospheric!

I have been browsing through your blog, and love your work.

Thank you for the kind comment on my blog...I too love the little flip flop, but won't be making too many, as they are so fiddly, trying to cut the fun foam without leaving jagged edges.

Jennifer. x

Sandra Correale said...

Love, love, love your card! Can you tell me what paper you used?

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Gorgeous card! I love the shape of the base and all the layers. Thanks for the inspiration!

eyes2theocean said...

I just found this blog and just love it. I was wondering is the background paper with the witches and cats paper or a rubber stamp? If it's a stamp do you know the name of the stamp and company it's from? This is a fabulous card! :)