Thursday, September 05, 2013

Create with Connie and Mary Sketch Challenge #267

Good Morning, Stampers!

I just LOVE this week's Create with Connie and Mary's Sketch Challenge! It's a POCKET CARD! Something a little bit different and it is surprisingly fun, too!


I decided to go with a Halloween Party Invite for my card. Honestly, I have never had a Halloween party before, but I just may have to now that I have the invite done!



The base of the card was created with the Sizzix Pop-N' Cuts die. The insert was created by placing the top of the DSP and Very Vanilla cardstock along the top of the Pop-N' Cuts die. This can be converted into a lovely Thanksgiving Dinner invite, Elegant Holiday Party invite or even a fun, Birthday Party invite!

SUpplies:
Stamps: Halloween Bash, Make A Wish
Ink: Basic Black, summer Starfruit, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White
Paper: Basic Blac, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Witches' Brew DSP, Label framlits, 1" circle punch, 7/8" scallop circle punch, 3/4" circle punch, Ticket Duo punch, Oval punch


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Happy Stampin'!
~Melissa



6 comments:

Debbie Henderson said...

I like how you turned your project into an invitation card. Very nice!

Deb said...

What a clever idea to make an invitation! And I love the Halloween theme! Lots of fun elements on your card!

Nicole Tugrul said...

You always have clever cards and this is no exception! I love all the design elements you incorporated, a fantastic Halloween invite!

Lisa Martz said...

I see a few of us had Halloween on the brain! Great card! Love all the details!

Connie said...

Love the Halloween invitation...all the layers and details are darling!

Margaret Raburn said...

Yes, this is such a cute invitation!!.. don't let it go to waste! : ) You really used that Pop-N-Cuts die to great advantage to do your fab pocket card!