Are you ready for Halloween? Have you purchased your candy (and backups) for the hoards of little Ghosts and Goblins that will descend upon your homes next weekend? Do you have a costume? Did you finish making all of your cards? Uh-oooooh....help is on the way.
Two creative beings will receive BOTH of the following:
an amazing and wonderfully creative i-rock with all the accessories
the entire absolutely adorable Christmas Cottage Collection
Now how is that for a fabulous prize??? So, run to your craft space and start some creating. Below are a few ideas from our witchy little coven to help you get the Creative Juices flowing... See if you can find the theme that we all have in common and let us know in the comments section of this post?
Aphra Bolyer! Notice how Aphra used the To Love and Cherish collection and some of the brand new Roly Rosies. Here are some details from Aphra, "I started with the To Love and Cherish collection as a great pattern for my witch hat, then I combined the brighter elements of the Roly Rosies and curled paper along with some stick pins to dress it up a bit. I also added one of the TLC flowers and an itop brad to dangle in decoration. Time to cackle in style"
Melinda Spinks made this adorable and batty Halloween card. She used some of what she had left in her stash from the To Love and Cherish Collection. Here is what Melinda had to say about her spooky project, "Halloween... not something I know a great deal about living in Australia, however the idea has always fascinated me so I was excited to take up the card challenge. I decided to create some furry little bats using the Imaginisce i-top, large brads and some appropriately ...coloured face washers (clean little bats). Their wings and the tree are made using patterned paper from the Imaginisce 'To Love and Cherish' collection which has to be one of my all time favourites! I kept the rest of the card very simple because I didn't want to draw attention away from the funny little critters hanging from their branch!"
Liz Qualman) thought To Love and Cherish made for some really great Halloween ideas. For this card, I used my Cricut Celebrate with Flourish cartridge to cut the adorable Jack O' Lantern, then added a little bling with my irock to dress it up a tad. Pumpkins are one of my favorite parts of Halloween. The orange patterned paper for this little guy is from the Splash Dance collection and the green patterned paper is from the Live Loud collection. Isn't it fun how you can use everyday papers and materials to create a Halloween project?
Can you see a theme in common? Let us know in the comments below. Also link your Halloween Card to inLinkz for an opportunity to win a prize next week.
Thank you so much for stopping by!