Thursday, September 04, 2014

CCMC Sketch Challenge #319

Good Morning, Stampers!

It's time for another fabulous sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!
Sketches are like puzzles. All you need to do is fill in the pieces with your favorite supplies
from your craft room! 

And my card couldn't have been any easier! 
I began with the Motley Monster's DSP for the background. Do you see those
little eyes peeking thru?! Spooky!
I have to admit. I think I looked thru the Holiday Catalog at least a dozen times 
before I actually saw the Halloween Street single stamp!
Not sure how I missed it all those times - its a great stamp!

And that little bat is an old idea, but it worked great for this card!
I simply punched an Elegant Butterfly in Basic Black
and cut off the bottom - an oldie but goodie!

Stamps: Halloween Street, Fall Fest
Ink: Basic Black Stazon
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Hello Honey, Whisper White, Motley Monster's DSP
Accessories: Elegant Butterfly Punch, Fun Fall framelits, Oval framelits, 

Don't forget - we are into Week 1 at Create with Connie and Mary's Holiday Card “Create”tions   NOTHING BUT CARDS…for only $19.95 US! Over 72 card ideas with full-color step-by-step instructions.
Happie Stampin'!


Connie Babbert said...

Wonderful card! I picked up that Halloween Street stamp, too, but haven't used it yet! I love all the details on here. Great job with the sketch challenge this week!

Deb said...

Love this! Your little ghost is adorable! Great Halloween card!

Lisa Young said...

What a fun card! The bat made with the butterfly punch is new to me and I think that is so clever!

Joanne James said...

Such a fun Halloween card Melissa - love that happy ghost and the spooky background paper.

Nicole Tugrul said...

This is such a FUN Halloween card!! I love the ghost and the bat. And the sentiment is perfect!

Margaret Raburn said...

Oh wow! What a fun and colorful Halloween card! The bat trick with the butterfly punch is great; so glad you shared it!! Oh, and perfect DSP for the background!

Lisa Martz said...

What a fun Halloween card! The DSP pattern you chose is one of my favorites in the package! Great Halloween scene you created!