Too Cute to Spook

I would like to make Halloween cards all year round as there are so many fab images and details you can use.  However I think this will be the last one for this year – as my four grandchildren and a blogging friend should all have one in a few days time – depending on the postal system from France to the UK.

The image on this card is – Too Cute to Spook – from Di’s Digi Designs – I coloured it with Copics and Promarkers and fussy cut around it.  I distressed the “spell “with 2 green ink pads and added Stickles Crystal.  The paper is from Nitwits and the web strands are        glittered with a glue pen and Glamour Dust.  I drew a spider in black card and covered it and the bats with Glossy Accents.  The sentiment is computer generated using Chiller font. This card is for one of my granddaughters, and, like her cousin, she’ll enjoy removing the spider and leaving it lying around – for some unsuspecting person to find!!


 I would like to enter my card into these challenges –

Di’s Digi Designs Challenge – Too Cute to Spook                                                    

Creative Inspirations Challenge – Anything Goes                                                     

The Paper Shelter Challenge – Trick or Treat                                             

Cute Card Thursday – Anything Goes                                                          

Moving Along With the Times Challenge – Halloween                                                   


7 thoughts on “Too Cute to Spook

  1. So cute! Loving the green and those webs look so good! Did you do them from scratch with a glue pen? I want to carry on making Halloween cards too! They are too much fun!!
    Lucy x

  2. Another amazing card! The spider and bats really stand out. Love the papers too!
    Thank you again for sharing and joining us at The Paper Shelter!
    Hugs Annette

  3. What a sweet image and I love those glittery spiderwebs! Thanks for joining our challenge at Moving Along with the Times.

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