Monday, October 10, 2011

Studio Stampers October Blog Hop

Welcome to the Studio Stampers October Blog Hop!!! If you are participating in the hop, you should have arrived from Kathy's blog. If you are just joining us, why not start at the beginning with Karen's blog and work your way back to me.

I am still in the Halloween spirit - maybe because the group I crop with is having its first Halloween crop in a couple of weeks. I am really looking forward to this crop and have been having a lot of fun coming up with my goodies to give way. I will post pictures of those later - I can't give up that secret right now!!

I think Halloween is just fun irregardless and I really enjoy making things for this holiday for some unknown reason. This is not a super scary card, but rather a very simple and cute card that I will probably mail to my Grandaddy. The card recipe will be listed at the end of my post.



Next on the hop is Kristen's blog. If you get lost along your way or if there is a problem with a link somewhere, the complete listing for our blog hop is as follows:

Karen Crisp
Angie Schellenberg
Kathy Hatzke
=====>You are HERE!
Kristen Watson
Veronica Zalis

My card is made with products available from a|muse studio unless otherwise noted. Please feel free to shop at my store anytime!!

Cardstock: slate woodgrain, sleepy hollow, sugar, wasabi, pumpkin
Ink: french roast, lemon whip, papaya, memento tuxedo black
Stamp sets: Too Cute to Spook, Owl's Well
Other supplies: paper trimmer, circle punch, my grandmother's old pinking shears, adhesive

7 comments:

Karen Crisp said...

I haven't thought to use the woodgrain as the base of a card - love it!

Ronnie said...

Your card is so so cute! I love the spooky cat and the woodgrain background looks awesome!

Kathy said...

Very cute! I love the cat balanced on the branch and woodgrain. . .sigh, I LOVE woodgrain :-)

Kristen said...

Halloween cards always make me smile too - how did you get the cool effect on the moon? Sponged? Love it.

Angie said...

I'm a bit obsessed with Halloween cards at the moment. Love the cat!

Indy said...

Love your use of the wood grain. As for the cat, I just love cats, and your black kitty is just precious!

Shari B. said...

Cute card!