Who doesn't like candy corn? I had a few strips left in my stash with this candy corn on them, so I added them to a card base, added a sentiment and a couple of ghosts. What do you think?
Tangerine Tango A-2
Motley Monsters DSP 1/2 x 4-1/4 (4)
Whisper White Scraps, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
Archival Basic Black
Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies
Curly Label Punch
First, I stamped, punched, and sponged my Halloween tag.
I then stamped and die cut my two ghosts.
Next, I cut the Motley Monsters DSP into strips. I adhered two strips to the top and two strips to the bottom of the Tangerine Tango card base.
I attached the tag and ghost using dimensionals.
Lastly, I adhered the Whisper White panel to the inside of the card.
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I like your candy corn paper, but candy corn only about once a year and the time is ripe for it! I don't get a whole bag, but I pilfer some from someone else's bag! Kinda like circus peanuts, but I digress... Your card is cute!ReplyDelete
Thank, Fonda. I like candy corn, but I have been trying to lose weight. So as Halloween nears, I am doing my best to stay away from those candy aisles. It is not easy. I will have to tackle them soon. I always get a little goody box done for each of my 3 grandchildren. Time is running out! Thanks for stopping by here.Delete
Sally, this is so sweet! Love that candy corn background!ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much, Jeanette. I appreciate your time and kindness.Delete