Monday, October 22, 2012

Halloween Wreath For All Seasons

 Seems like I have gotten behind with my Halloween cards. The first weekend of  the month my sisters (from Jersey and Az) visited to celebrate my birthday with me. A few days later I flew out to Az to visit my sister and her family for a couple of days. Then took a side trip to San Diego for 5 days. It's great to be back and crafting once again.
This card is for my mother-in-law. I wanted something with more of a fall theme vs Halloween.

 
The wreath is stamped in Kraft ink. The berries were stamped in both Summer Sunrise and Orange Zest inks. After I stamped each color, I rotated the stamp 45 degrees and stamped again (without re-inking). I used my copics to color the pumpkin.


 Here's a close up of the ribbon treatment.
 Seems like this card meets this week's challenge over at Cas-ual Fridays.


Create a Clean And Simple card or tag with an element that goes over the edge.

I want to share a craft my granddaughter made for me with her mommy's help.


  They wrapped strips of white material around a spaghetti glass jar. It's a candle!!! She saw it on Pinterest.

  He is so adorable. Looks like crafting is continuing with the younger generations. Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!

9 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

Excellent card and I love the mummy lamp!

Mara Campbell said...

Very pretty card! I like the pumpkin in the wreath and love the ribbon on the side. And such a FUN mummy lamp!!!

craftmates said...

The wreath card is beautiful! I should try using it for a fall card too. Th mummy lamp is so cute.-Irma

Joyce said...

Beautiful card, and fun project with the mummy. Glad you had fun on your trip, especially in San Diego.

Rhonda said...

Fun projects Carol. Happy Belated Birthday.

Debby said...

I love this subtle take on Halloween and your granddaughter's gift is just perfect! Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays this week :)

Darnell J Knauss said...

This is so stinkin' cute!! Some clever people out there and I agree, fun to see it "lighting a fire" in the younger generation!

Gayatri said...

I love how you did the ribbon over the edge! Love it. Thanks for playing with us @ CAS-ual Fridays:)

Stephanie Washburn said...

Your card is just beautiful! And, of course, what a fabulous gift from your granddaughter! TOO cute!