Sunday, October 25, 2015


I am popping in this sunny Sunday morning to share a Halloween card I made last weekend.

I used a sheet of the 6x6 paper from Authentique Thrilling line.

I trimmed it down to fit my 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card made from black cardstock. I cut some tags out of some pattern papers from the same tablet and adhere it to the right side of my card. I then tied a sheer orange ribbon around the top, tied a double looped bow, topped it with a triple looped bow made from orange and black twine. And I topped it off with a black button.

I added a cardstock chipboard sentiment and there you have it!

One last Halloween project to share. I don't know what you would call this - a matchbook photo mini? It does look like a book of matches decorated!

It has a magnetic closure. Flip it open and unfold it and you get lots of photo mats,
and pockets to save little bits and bobs!

I used the Hocus Pocus paper line by Echo Park to make this cute, mini Matchbook photo album.
Wishing you a beautiful week ahead. Thanks for stopping in!

1 comment:

  1. What a pretty card and mini album you've created, Nancy! So sweet!