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Hey Pumpkin

Hi everyone,

I am sorry for my second post today, but I really wanted to link up my card with the Stampin' Royalty challenge and that link expires in a few hours....



They have such a cute Halloween inspiration picture, I couldn't resist.....you can see it below.
My card is super simple - the hands are a die cut and the pumpkin is a punch, which I water colored. Added black splatters and the sentiment (NBUS Recollections stamp set from last year...)

I got my inspiration for this card from my recent visit to the NY Botanic Garden, where they have such a fabulous Halloween display:

 Love it - perhaps next year I'll make my own for my front yard...



Linking up with:
Always use Rubber - its not all Black and White
Retro Rubber - Halloween
CAS on Sunday - Halloween
The Male Room - Halloween
 

RRCB 49For your blog

Happy Pumpkin to all of you!

Comments

Aileen said…
Fantastic card, brilliant inspiration from the photo. We dont see any of this in Australia as we dont really celebrate.. Though the new generation coming through are dressing their children up and the shops cashing in but was always something they do overseas here. Love the ideas people come up with..
AO Creations said…
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Retro Rubber, good luck!!! Amy DT
papierelle said…
Jetzt musste ich schon wieder lachen!! Das ist genial!!
Ruth said…
I never thought I'd say a card wa creepy and fun at the same time. The pumpkin is so happy! Xx
Hello Cornelia: I love this spooky and fun Halloween card, those skeleton hands holding this smiling pumpkin are awesome and eerily fun.
Thank you for sharing with us at RETRO RUBBER, hope you join us again next time.
Hugs,
Maria Rodriguez.
Kim Heggins said…
So amazing and so spooky too! Love those arms!!!!
Zoechaos said…
Hi, Well happy halloween. I'm guessing the sentiment is stamped I don't know the range you refer to but as an old friend from Twofer days you'll know that our new challenge Always use Rubber is a stamp and ink challenge.

It is a cute fun card great take in the picture inspiration you used. XOXO
Katy McGloin said…
I LOVE this card!! Skeleton arms holding a very colorful pumpkin face certainly gives a wonderful creepy feel to this CAS card! Thanks so much for sharing this with Retro Rubber this week. Hope to see you play along with us often!!
Unknown said…
Hi - this is a great card! Love the idea of the skeleton arms holding the pumpkin - spooky!
Thanks for joining in over at Always Use Rubber.
Hugs,
Bev (Guest DT) xx
Bobby said…
Fabulous, Cornelia. Those hands are amazing.
Susanne Vargas said…
Wieder mal sehr witzig und kreativ, was du dir da ausgedacht hast!
Jane Willis said…
A really fun card. love the spooky skeleton arms
Thanks for joining us at Always use Rubber
Jane
Claire Grantham said…
Ha ha ha great CASE. it is very funny and really cleverly done. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber. Claire DT
Christi Conley said…
Adorable!!! Thanks for joining us at Always use Rubber ~ Christi DT (ps: great to "see" you)
What a clever card! Love the placement of the pumpkin in the spooky hands! Thanks for joining the RR challenge!
cm said…
How cool is your card! How cool is that inspiration photo! First I've seen of a 'pumpkin' person!
Hugs~c
Neva Cole said…
What a great combination of elements to make a very fun Halloween card! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber!
Anita in France said…
So fun and so spooky, Cornelia ... and brilliant ... those skeletal hands are fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Jane Knudsen said…
Hi Cornelia! I love this card! The CAS nature with a perfect amount of spooky! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber!!
creative lady said…
Cornelia, love your card, it is so adorable. Thanks for playing along with Retro Rubber.
Suchi said…
This is clever and fun!! So cute!!! :)
Deborah Frings said…
Ultra CAS and just fantastic! Love the simplicity of the design. Nicely done. Thanks so much for playing along with our Halloween challenge at The Male Room this week! Deborah, DT.
Daffodil Cards said…
WOW this is so very clever and great interpretation of the photo. Thank you for joining us at The Male Room. Faith DT

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