Saturday, September 25, 2010

Halloween Card # 1 (2010)

This is my first Halloween Card for the year, I just received these papers from MME and wanted to use them immediately, but when I am done with the card, I realized that I made a mistake by putting too many layers on a DP like this, oh well, I post it anyway hoping to get some good advice from my blog friends, so please share your thought! : )


I think I am going to try using these DP again, and create another Halloween card with a simpler look!


Another new thing here is the roll flower, something new I just learn and trying to perfect it


This card is going to enter the challenge over at 


I used a double sided tape in the middle of the card, pour some green color glitters over it
And the Tim Holtz frame behind the button, is also covered with orange color glitters


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More of my project 365

Day 20 (September 18, 2010)

This flower looks almost 3-D to me, it is in it's original form, "un-touch", no photo shop, nothing done! 100 percent original!

Day 21 (September 19, 2010)

My favorite shades...... this incense cone and ceramic holder with lavender scent was bought at Bath Spa near Bristol, England. I love England and wish to go back again someday!

15 comments:

A Cards Delight said...

Hi Kristie!The DP is super cool for Halloween. Your embellishments are beautiful! I love the flowers you made and all the glitter. Together I agree with you. Hugzzz to you!

june lanum said...

Kiraty, this is so cute love all the different elements in it...........

Ira said...

Hi Kirsty,
it's a lovely Halloween card you made, the background paper is gorgeous and the embellies just wonderful!

Ros said...

You did a great job with all the pretty elements but I agree with you they don't pop as much against the busy paper in the photo ... but in the "flesh" I'm sure it will look so tactile and stunning...

Roberta Laliberte said...

Kristy, this card is gorgeous! The double stick tape idea is genius!

xoxox

Denise said...

Gorgeous card girl! The paper is wonderful! What about cutting out the same Halloween character and popping it out on your card so it brings the focus back to the cute characters? Just a thought, but it really doesn't need it.

Mona E said...

You really rocked this halloween card. Love it!
I couldn`t see any mistakes:-) I think your card looks great. Love the flowers and all the bling! Oh...And also thank you for commenting on my card in my blog! Hugs...Mona

Sylvia said...

Love your first Halloween card, Kirsty! Fun card!

sweet craf-tea chick said...

yummy cute card, kirsty! love all the texture and the papers are so pretty and cute! love your layered flowers and buttons! thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend!!! *hugs* steph :)

sewingseeds4U said...

It's so pretty...I've not tried those layered flowers yet. Have a nice weekend, Patty

Stella said...

I agree with Ros. And those flowers are gorgeous; how did you made them?

Have a wonderful day!


p.s. love your pictures. I can learn a lot from you.....

Linda Robinson said...

What a fun Halloween card.. I love that DP. it's so cute.. It is a little busy but I still like it alot.. so many wonderful elements..
I love your flower picture.. Perfect with no photo shop.. It didn't need it..

Hugs, Linda

Sandy Ang said...

Just had to smile when I saw your Halloween card !

Joanne said...

Great Halloween card! I love all the details. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon:)
Joanne xo

Colleen Dietrich said...

Neat Halloween card! Not scary at all, rather lovely, in fact.