Halloween Window Card

Good Morning Friends and Welcome Visitors,




Today I would like to show you a card I made using the embellishments that came with my Scrapbooking Store Kit .  I love this monthly kit.  It is so fun and it doesn't cost that much for what you receive.  It is only $14.00 a month.  Please go HERE to have a closer look.  (I am not in anyway affiliated with this store, I just like it's products!)  



I created the window by using an svg file from the silhouette store and enlarging it 200%.  I then decorated the window with Halloween washi tape.  The brick wall is also a svg file from the slilhouette store.



Here is the inside of the card.  The embellishments are from that same page.  The Happy Boo-day sentiment is a very old stamp from My pink Stamper.

I am entering this card into the following challenges:

DLART October Linky Challenge - ATG - 1 M

Thank you so much for stopping by!  

Hugs,

8 comments:

  1. What a cute Halloween scene you created. Love all the images peeking out through the windows. Enjoy your happy crafting.

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  2. So absolutely adorable!! I love the images you used!! So perfect for Halloween!! And I love the inside sentiment...happy boo-day!! So cute!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Super cute Halloween card! The window is a fun idea and I have to get my washi tape out..every time I see someone use it, I am reminded to get it out and use it! Love this!
    Hugs,
    Sherrie k

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  4. Hi Chriss - whilst I was over checking out your IntAAS DT card this one caught my eye - what a fabulous creation. Love the window design plus all the little embellishments - amazing!! Hugs to you Sue Pxxx

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"How wonderful it would be if we could help our children and grandchildren to learn thanksgiving at an early age.
Thanksgiving opens the doors. It changes a child's personality. A child is resentful, negative—or thankful.
Thankful children want to give, they radiate happiness, they draw people."
- Sir John Templeton