Good Morning Everyone...I hope you had a wonderful weekend! The weather in Orlando couldn't have been better! Here are the Halloween cards I made for my 3 granddaughters using the Cutting Cafe's Halloween All Around Printable Stamp Set. I wanted them all the same but yet different so this set is perfect. It comes with 8 different word circles and images in the center, the word circles by themselves and the images by themselves...What a great value! The word circles are a little smaller then 3.5" and fit perfectly over the Cutting Cafe's Circle Shaped Card 2 as the base. Because I am pressed for time, I cheated and used the largest Beaded Circle Nestibility for the base of the card. I folded a 4.25" x 8.5" piece of Stampin' Up Kraft card stock in half, placed the Nestibility just above the fold and ran it through my Cuttlebug...instant circle shaped card base! For the top layer, I used the Nestibility die cut in black then adhered it over the folded base. The finished card measures 4.25" The images are paper pieced, glued to the cardstock then printed again and pop dotted---
Here's The Recipe---
Card Size: 4.25" Round
Stamp/Image: Cutting Cafe-Halloween All Around
Nestibilities: Beaded Circle, Circle
Accessories: Ribbon, Spider Brads, Googly Eyes, Foam Pop Dots
Base Cardstock: Stampin' Up Kraft
Patterned Paper: Unknown (from my scraps)
Other Cardstock: Bazzill
That's it for today...thanks for stopping by! I hope to see you again real soon...Enjoy your day!
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