CTC289 – Case a Halloween Project

I hope you have had a great week! It’s certainly starting to warm up here in Queensland. I think we might be skipping spring and jumping straight into summer!

We are casing the Halloween projects of the August – December 2020 Mini Catalogue.

When I went to select my project, I realised that there aren’t too many Halloween projects to choose from!! Gee, who came up with this challenge! Oh yeah, that’s right, me!! I selected a card from page 75 which showcases the bundles of the catalogue.

Isn’t that a cute card and a great layout! You could do so many cards with this layout.

I used the Feels like Frost Specialty DSP as the background and then silver embossed the sentiment from For Unto Us on a piece of Night of Navy cardstock. I used the Tasteful Labels dies for the sentiment. I added a piece of Seaside Spray Metallic Ribbon. Such a quick and easy card to create!

I hope you like my card and are inspired to give this layout a go.

Next up is the lovely Peta.

We would love to see your creation casing a Halloween project so please share over on at our Facebook group.

Happy stamping

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16 thoughts on “CTC289 – Case a Halloween Project

  1. I love that you are talking about how much it is warming up and then you make a snowy scene card!! This was a great challenge, there’s actually quite a few Halloween projects int he catty once you go looking for them, and there’s been a great variety in the hop. Love the layout you’ve picked, it translates beautifully to this snowy, wintery scene.

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