Friday, October 26, 2012

Halloween Fun

Good morning and Happy Friday!

Today I am posting two Halloween creations.  What a fun time of year!  My family went in search of the perfect pumpkins for carving last weekend and we had lots of luck!  My two teenage sons like to use those sketch books to find the creepiest carving designs.  They always turn out spooky and spectacular!

My first creation is an October calendar.  I have this hanging on my refrigerator!  The mini calendar was a freebie from My Favorite Things months ago, but you could print any month you need right off of the internet.  There are quite a few calendar sites.  I also found a fun Halloween paper pack from my local Archivers.  The pack is called BooVille by Little Yellow Bicycle.

Calendar Recipe:
Paper-White, Basic Black, BooVille Design Paper
Ink-Basic Black, Printer Ink (black)
Image/Stamps-Halloween Ghosts & Frankie Digital Set by Studio 313 (availabe at, Cloud template
Accessories-Sponging, Machine Stitching, Buttons, Wire, Dimensionals, Small Circle Punch, Word Window Punch, Copics

I used the Halloween Ghosts & Frankie digital set for my second card, too.  The images are just so darn cute!  I had fun coloring Mr. Frankie!  I also used the same design paper pack.  Don't you just love the purples, oranges and greens?!

Card Recipe:
Image/Stamps-Halloween Ghosts & Frankie by Studio 313 (availabe at, A Haunting We Will Go (sentiment from SU!)
Paper-White, Pumpie Pie, Eggplant Envy, Basic Black, BooVille Design Paper
Ink-Basic Black, Printer Ink (black)
Accessories-Sponging, Jumbo Scallops Die-Namics by My Favorite Things, Modern Label Punch, Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Black Ribbon, Swiss Dots CB Embossing Folder, Copics

Be sure and check out the Flashback Newsletter at www.mcmahonfivedesign.  This set along with a few others are on sale.  You can get your last minute Halloween cards finished at a great price!  Have a fantastic weekend and thanks so much for stopping by today!

Angie  ♥

1 comment:

  1. Angie I love your card and calendar. They turned out so darn cute. Hugs, Fran