Hello there! I'm back with a Friends of Speedy TV challenge for the new week. Debbie has challenged us to create a Halloween or Harvest (challenge #43) card. My little girl is very excited for Halloween this year, so I created a few little matchbook cards for her to give to friends or adults at school. She really likes her bus driver, so I could see her giving one of these to her.
This style of card is super simple. I cut my patterned paper to 3" x 8 1/2" and then made a couple of quick scores at 1" and 5 ". After creasing my folds, I added a staple to secure the closure and went about decorating my matchbook cards. I stamped three images from I'm Going Batty, which just so happens to be the prize offered up this week! I colored and fussy cut those images. I added some dimensional adhesive and popped them up off of some matted ovals. For the inside of the cards, I matted a white piece of card stock, stamped my sentiment and the image once more in a very light gray color. I'm not sure if you can see it in this photo, you may have to click on the photo to see it larger.
Thanks for stopping by today! You may want to cruise back by later, as I have some more eye candy on the way!
Details - Stamps: I'm Going Batty (MFP), Vroom (MFP); Paper: Recollections Halloween dsp, Basic Black, Whisper White; Ink: Tuxedo Black, London Fog; Accessories: Scor-pal, Copic & Touch Twin Markers, stampin' dimensionals, stapler, paper snips.