Halloween Card w/Silhouette Cameo

Hi Everyone,
When I did the video last week for the Silhouette Cameo Series I kept out the supplies I was using (or thinking about using) and made another Halloween card.


This one is a shaped card I made using a new file from last week called Halloween Witch boots broom ornate frame by Totally Jamie. There are a few other cute ornate frames for halloween too.

You might not be able to see it too well in the pictures since I took these photos early this morning (still dark outside) but I have to tell you about the witch's feet. It was one of those things where you know it needed something but you can't figure out what it was and then you start...and can't stop yourself.
The feet just needed something so I added Stickles and since I don't own many stickles I just grabbed diamond and squirted away...yeah not such a good idea...so then I started rummaging about and I find my Perfect Pearls (gasp right?). Squirted silver PP...YIKES!!!! and PP is one of those things that once you start squirting you can't stop...you keep adding more and more and more and before you know it you think. Yep this card is a goner....and when all hope seems to be gone for your cute card you see the black glitter on your desk and start shaking away and waaahhhlaaa you have a good lookin' card :) That happened to this card. Seriously the shoes probably stick out an inch from the card with the amount of Perfect Pearls I added. Okay not really but I did go a little crazy :)

I'm off to get going for the day. Have a wonderful day everyone,
Hugs and happy crafting,
Christina
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7 comments

  1. What a great card!! I love it!

    Gerda

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  2. This card is super cute sis!! Love the little skirt on the witch - hee hee Hugs, T

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  3. That is so darned cute! Love that cut file.....and I totally get the layers upon layers upon layers! Too funny!

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  4. I love how you turned this framed image into a card - that's a clever idea I'm definitely going to scraplift! Gorgeous patterned background.

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  5. Super cute card!! For us beginners, could you give step-by-step directions for how you turned the image into a card (how you created the background behind the image)? Thanks so much!!

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  6. Very cool!!! I love your tutorials!!!

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