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House of Cards October Challenge

Welcome to the CAS challenge for this month at House of Cards. This month we are asking us to use a punch or a die in our creations. What could be easier than that? I choose to do a Halloween card for this, using an Tim Holtz die.



I did a bit of sloppy sponging around the ghost face and mounted it onto black card stock. Since it was so super easy and quick to make this card I also decorated the inside:


The sentiment stamp is by Stampin' up, the bats are from Rubbernecker. 

If you dare you could come on over - our team has some fabulous inspiration in store for you!


Booohahahah!

I am also linking this card with Virginia's view challenge #8 - CAS
and The Paper Players - Halloween

      







                     

Comments

Flo said…
Bei diesen Karten kann man das Fürchten lernen!!! :-)))
Liebe Grüße, Flo
Monika Reeck said…
the shading on the monster face make it looks like a real one...like a maske...you are so clever my friend...lovely cute monster card...how are you...wir treffen uns so wenig..bin busy...manchmal no Zeit zum basteln LOL...schoenen Montag noch..LG, Monika
Deepti said…
Soooooooo cool!! great design yet again
Wow! It's great! Love this card!
hellerlittle said…
bin ja kein Halloween Fan,
aber die Idee deiner Karte gefällt mir gut --- eben CaS
LG hellerlittle
Mynn xx said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE! This is totally awesome--and I adore that you are showing the versatility of dies and punches! Fabulous!!! HUGS! :) Mynn xx
Bobby said…
So simple yet so effective. This is a great scary card, yet not.
Susanne Vargas said…
Fun and spooky CAS-Halloween card!
maria f. said…
Coolio. You do this genre so well.
ionabunny said…
This is great. Love your sloppy stamping. Hugz
Rosmarie said…
Deine Karte sieht "very spooky" aus und macht einen tollen Effekt aber ich glaub ich werd mich nie so richtig an Halloween gewöhnen.
LG Rosi
Rocky said…
Truly inspirational, love it!
shirley-bee said…
Cornelia, this is stunning!
Judy V said…
Great Halloween card! So simple and creative.
Toni said…
Love this--the inking is brilliant!
Jaydee said…
I love how you inked the image and the inside is great, too. Love the clean and simple lines of the card as they really let the ghost shine. Thanks for rocking my challenge at the Paper Players this week
Jaydee
Such a simple design yet this ghostly face is so full of life! Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week.
Anita in France said…
Oh my goodness, Cornelia, this is soooo spoooooky ... such clever inking around the edges of the cut elements ... wonderful sense of haunting movement ... it so adds to the scariness! Anita :)
Merethe A said…
Booohahahah! :D Youe card give me the big smile.. so funny... love it teamie :)
sue t. said…
This is just way tooooooo cool and spooky! Amazing job!
Manuela said…
Die Karte ist genial, so einfach und doch so wirkungsvoll. Klasse!!

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