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Monday, October 26, 2009

Tigger Halloween/Have A Boo-Tiful Day

Good Morning Everyone! Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Here are the last of my Halloween cards. I made these a while back but didn't post them because the special people that they were made for take a sneak peek at my blog every now and again and I wanted them to have a chance to receive the cards before seeing them here. They are both easel cards and now that they have been posted, I will be making this type of card more often.

This first one was made for our good friends Bob and Kathi who are Disney enthusiasts and when I seen this clip art image of Tigger, I thought it would be perfect for their Halloween card. Click here to get this or one of the other 6 free Disney Halloween clip art images.
















Tigger was colored with Prisma pencils and OMS then layered on circle/scallop Nestibilities that orange flat back pearls have been added to the scallops then pop dotted to the background. The background layer was embossed with the Cuttlebug spider web embossing folder that glitter was added to the embossment. The band was cut with the Martha Stewart crooked fence punch that a ribbon knot was added. Their names were computer generated using Waltograph font then cut with a circle Nestibilty and placed on a tag made with Cuttlebug Babyface die then tied to the ribbon knot with craft yarn. The Boo is a Michael's dollar bin stamp that was stamped twice. The letters were cut then pop dotted on the image that was cut and pop dotted on the background. The spiders were cut with Cuttlebug Halloween 3 x 3 Halloween die and googly eyes added. The inside or bottom of the card was stamped using a spider web image from Inkadinkadoo stamp set and the sentiment was computer generated using Waltograph font. A Mickey ear plastic embellishment was added as the stop for the easel.















The second card was made for my good friend Gigi and her husband Eduardo. When I seen Lillie's card "Boo Did I Scare You" I knew I was going to have to copy her idea for the ghost.





















The ghost image was cut with Cricut Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge several times and glued together to make it more substantial, added googly eyes and doodle dots then pop dotted on a circle/scallop Nestibility. The Boo was cut with Cuttlebug 3 x 3 Halloween die and added to the circle along with black flat back pearls to the scallops. The moon was cut with a circle Nestibility then stamped with the witch image from Inkadinkadoo. The bat and spider were cut with Cuttlebug 3 x 3 Halloween die. Googly eyes and embroidery thread were added to the spider and flat back gems were added to the bat. a ribbon knot was added to the vertical band. The inside or the bottom was stamped with a Inkadinkadoo witch image. The sentiment is from the Cutting Cafe Halloween This and That Printable set. Brads were added for the easel stop.

















That's it for today. Enjoy your day and I hope to see you tomorrow!

22 comments:

Liz said...

I think these are both fantastic examples of the easel cards. I have not made this style myself but will be giving it a go when I have the chance. You must have an enormous range of stamps and papers.

DeeDee said...

OMGosh girlie! These are both wonderful works of art....really! I love them both. I just made my very first easel card the other day...aren't they fun? You have very lucky friends to receive these gorgeous cards! TFS! HUGS!

Sandy said...

OMGosh....These are amazing...Kelly you are one talented girlie...I love what you have done her....they are beyond beautiful!

ScrapMomOf2 said...

These are wonderful! I love that Tigger! He is fantastic!

Suzanne said...

Hi Kelly....These cards turned out gorgeous!!! I love the easel style for these. Your friends are very lucky indeed!!

Beth said...

Both of these are really cute Kelly.

CelticWoman said...

Kelly, totally, completely awesome. Hugs

Linda/Sanddollars said...

Kelly, Love both of them! I haven't tried the easel card yet. These are the cutest. Thanks for the link to the Disney clip art, too. Linda

craftieodamae said...

Kelly this is fantastic!!! What a cute card, I love the layout and all the details you've done!

Kaymin Kantina said...

Absolutely Adorable Kelly! I really must try one of these! Fabulous work!!
Hugs & Happy Days!
Min

Silli said...

Hello Kelly, the cards are so funny, I live the colors, the images are fab! Hope, you have a great day! Hugs!

Kellie said...

Great card Kelly. CAn you tell me how to do the easel card/fold? thanks, Kellie

scrappinlil said...

Wow I really love these easel cards...I might have to make one of these...what are the sizes and directions on how to make one...I have a blog so if you can come by and email me I would really appreciate it...so creative...TFS

Kaye's Crafty Place said...

I just love these easel cards and must have a go at one myself. You have done a wonderful job on both, the colours are gorgeous. Thanks for the link to get the free clipart.

hugs
Kaye x

Crayola58 said...

Absolutely wonderful creations, Kelly. I have the Easle Card instructions at my workstation so that is on the menu today...to try one. Thanks for stopping by my blog to say hello.
Hugs.
Carole

DonnaMundinger said...

I'm lovin' these easels! Fabulous work chickie! xxD

Sharon Caudle said...

Oh how awesome! Love them both, Kelly!!! The bright orange is fantastic and love all the spooky details! You do amazing work! hugs!

Rachel said...

OMGOSH!!! I am LOVING these cards!!!! you did a phenomenal job with these Kelly, they are fantastic.
hugs,
Rachel

gigi rojas said...

Kelly,
We are indeed so very BLESSED to have both you and Tom as our WONDERFUL friends! We absolutely LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVED our BOO-ti-ful card. We love how we can display it and will always cherish your gifts of the heart!

Love yas,

Eduardo & Gigi

gigi rojas said...
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gigi rojas said...

Sorry I ended up sending my comment twice and so deleted one of them.

OOPS!

G

eunice said...

Ohhh! I LOVE these! Kelly, your easel cards are the BEST I've seen so far...but that's no surprise, your cards are always the cutest ever!