It's starting to feel like Fall in the mornings & evenings. Cooler temps are definitely welcome! I don't make many Halloween cards, but didn't want to miss the ITP PTI challenge. Usually I have no need to stretch my stamps as I have plenty of everything--haha! However, I have very few Halloween stamps & none from ITP PTI. It was fun to get creative & use the trees stamp from Through the Trees & part of a sentiment from Simple Stems.
Allsorts & SSS Wednesday.
No stamping this time on my Christmas card for the Memory Box Happy Holidays challenge. I've always put other words with the word Merry, but fun to just repeat the word 3 times on a panel dry embossed with Tim Holtz Poinsettias Texture Fade folder.
Rudolph Days, SSS Monday & SSS Wednesday.
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Two fab cards, Greta - just love the Boo on the moon and your trio of merry sentiments atop the embossing!!ReplyDelete
Cute Halloween card, Greta!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Halloween card, not too spooky for me!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m
Two gorgeous cards. Love the Halloween card and the glittery Merry's are delightful.ReplyDelete
How creative and fun with your halloween card Greta. The twinkle with the embossing powder looks fabulous x. Wonderful Christmas card too and I love the Merry being used three times x.ReplyDelete
Both cards are super, Greta. But I really love the unique design of your Halloween card. Hugs, my dear friend.ReplyDelete
Feeling very Autumnal here as well Greta, it's not gone much above 15deg by day here the last week and the heating went on yesterday - crazy in August.ReplyDelete
A great blended background for the trio of trees which look very tactile, many thanks fo joining our 'Circles' theme at Allsorts challenge.
Way to stretch your stamps and ideas, Greta. I love the shiny trees, maybe they glow in the dark for Halloween! The bells are a great touch to say Merry, Merry, Merry. Cute card. I just posted the same thing about fall this morning!ReplyDelete
Lovely sparkly trees and a great background. Thank you for joining our 'Circles challenge at Allsorts'.ReplyDelete
These are fantastic Greta! WOW did you ever make incredible use of your stamps... your Halloween card is out of this world!ReplyDelete
Love how you adapted "regular" stamps to make a Halloween card. You're really stretching your supplies these days. My Halloween supplies are very limited, maybe a punch or one pumpkin stamp set with faces. Love everything on the merry card which would be fun for multiples as December approaches.ReplyDelete
Fantastic card designs. I really,Ike the Halloween themed card.ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards Greta. We don't "do" Halloween here, but I can still appreciate your spooky card. Love the simplicity of the Christmas card with the Jingling Bells to add a festive tone.ReplyDelete
Happy rudolf Days.
Your cards are so lovely the Halloween one with that gorgeous scene is fantastic and beautifully created.
Great Christmas design and fabulous colour choices and a lovely embossed background also.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.
Greta, fab cards to add to your end of year holidays stash. The trees and moon were clever to make a Halloween card and the glittery merry and jingle bells really up the festive on your Christmas card. Hugs.ReplyDelete
Both cards look wonderful, Greta. The first one is so cool with that sentiment on the moon.ReplyDelete
The second card looks fabulous with the sentiment repeated that way. Loved it!
Thanks for taking part in the August Rudolph Days Challenge.
Awesome Halloween card! Love the big moon and sparkly trees! And, a very festive Christmas card! Great touch with the red bells!ReplyDelete
Can't believe we are almost in the halloween season... Fabulous card my friend and another lovely Christmas card... I can't even think about that season yet!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards Greta.....love that Halloween one, just spooky enough!ReplyDelete