Cute witch for a challenge
I thought I'd make another Halloween card today, but once again make something cute instead of scary. I guess I had nice witches on my mind. I got a note from my son and daughter-in-law regarding my grandson's 1st birthday Halloween party, telling folks to come in costume, but not too scary, because there would be a lot of young children and babies. Hmmm? Didn't I say that? I'm glad they took my message to heart.
So, today's card using Googly Ghouls again was made for a couple challenges. First, the layout came from Sketch Frenzy Friday, and the colors from Dynamic Duos to use Tangerine Tango and Old Olive, and also Pink Paper Bakery for making HALLOWEEN cards.
I used some retired Autumn Spice DSP for the background, and the orange stripe is from Howlstooth and Scaringbone DSP. I used a little accordion folded paper to make the bats pop out, which turned out really fun. I know a little girl who will love this card for Halloween, and hope you like it, too.
Great card-love the popping bats!! Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch Frenzy Friday!!ReplyDelete
Your bats are super cute! Thanks for playing with us at Dynamic Duos!ReplyDelete
Very cute card! Love the way you trimmed the designer paper! Thanks for joining us at SFF!ReplyDelete
Adorable card! I love that little witch! Thanks for playing with us at SFF!ReplyDelete
Cute card, Mary Alice! I love how you made the bats, with googly eyes, pop out of the card. Thanks for sharing with us on Pink Paper Bakery!ReplyDelete
Cute card. Definitely not too scary. xReplyDelete
Sweet design. Love the googly eyes. Thanks for joining us at Dynamic Duos.ReplyDelete
Very cute card, guaranteed not to scare the wee ones. Thanks for joining us at SFF. My apologies for the lateness of the comment.ReplyDelete
Cute Halloween card! Love the way you cut the designer paper! And the bats flying around the witch are such a cute accent!! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Frenzy Friday!ReplyDelete
This is a very cute card! That witch and paper are perfect together. Thanks for playing with us at SFF.ReplyDelete