Today's Halloween card uses NO rubber stamps. It does feature the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper, found on page 49 of the Holiday Catalog. I ended up writing my own sentiment on the inside of this card.
Card Base: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Mossy Meadow Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
First Layer: 3 3/4" x 5" Crumb Cake Cardstock, placed inside the Corrugated Embossing Folder and put through the Big Shot.
Second Layer: 1" x 5" Mossy Meadow Cardstock
Third Layer: 3/4" x 5" Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper. Wrap Linen Thread around the Second and Third Layer and tie in a bow.
Fourth Layer: 3 3/8" x 3 3/8" Pumpkin Pie Cardstock
Fifth Layer: 3 1/4" x 3 1/4" Mossy Meadow Cardstock
Sixth Layer: Place scalloped Layering Circle Framelit on scrap of Crumb Cake Cardstock and put through the Big Shot.
Seventh Layer: Use Paper Snips to cut out three pumpkins from the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper. Attach one with SNAIL Adhesive and two with Dimensionals to the Sixth Layer.
The final touch to this card was to add three Mint Macaron Basic Adhesive-Backed Sequin with Pearl Jewels.
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The Halloween candy is bought. The front porch is decorated. We are ready. Dan and I look forward to seeing the children in our neighborhood in their costumes. Even some parents dress up in costumes. We usually have over 100 trick-or-treaters. It is fun to see the four-wheelers or riding lawn mowers pulling trailers full of trick-or-treaters. They stop, pile off, run to a few houses and then pile back on the trailer. Have a howling Halloween!!!