Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Halloween Circle Card

Here's another Halloween card, using my favorite Circle Swing Card cut from the Silhouette Studio store.  I cut my card base in kraft cardstock and added a fun polka dot patterned paper from the My Mind's Eye Mischievous 6 x 6 pad.

I cut my larger circle out of black American Crafts cardstock.  For the smaller one, I printed a text print from the Kerri Bradford This & That:  All Hallows' Eve kit.  It came out too white for my purposes, so I inked it up with Papertrey Ink Fine Linen Ink.  The adorable cat on a fence cut is also from Kerri Bradford's kit.  I used the "intersect" feature in Silhouette Studio to give the fence that rounded shape.  The spooky sentiment is from My Creative Time's Mixed Holiday Sentiments stamp set.

I went through the same process for the back of the circle, this time choosing a witch and bats from the Kerri Bradford kit.

Today is "Show Me Your Technique" at My Creative Time!  Click on the links below to see some FABULOUS tutorials!

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snappy scrappy said...

Beautiful card!! Lee-Ann :)

Kim H said...

Katie ~ SPOOKTACULAR card!!! Okay I LOVE that printed paper!! I think I REALLY need this machine for sure now!! I LOVE both of the images or silhouttes you used! I LVOE the frames circle idea adds the perfect touch! Plus you used my FAVORITE paper from MME!! LOL! AWESOME card again Miss Katie!!

quilt4fun2 said...

These are great detailed cuts. You are really doing great with the Cameo! Wonderful job on your cards.
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Linda Kaiser said...

Love your card!! Perfect papers and the colors are wonderful! I so need to order that file!

Cindy Beland said...

Hi Katie,WOW AWESOME job with your Halloween card!It looks FANTASTIC with both images,such a FUN card my friend!!!:)

Jennifer said...

Hi Katie,

You are REALLY talented!!! :) Love your spooky card!

Thank you for sharing!

Crafty hugs,

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liz at liz's paper loft said...

katie, I really love all your swing cards, you've been making! I wish I could figure out how to do one on the cricut!

Unknown said...

Fabulous swing card! The polka dot paper is wonderful as are the spooky images - Great:)