Saturday, October 23, 2010

Paper Cutz Challenge #64

Hello! It't that time again...time for another challenge from the Paper Cutz Challenge blog. Mary has a really good one for us this time! First of all, it is a Halloween theme. You can make a card layout, or any other paper project for this challenge. You must include one or more of the following into your project: stars, circles, diamonds, crescents. You can use any colors you like. That's all their is to it! Be sure to check out the PCC for inspiration and check out all of the Design Team's projects. Then create your own and link it up on Mary's blog by Thursday for your chance at a fabulous prize! Good luck to all!

For my project, I took a little inspiration from my favorite holiday movie, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown". As a child, I looked forward to the time when it would come on tv once a year. You know, before the days of dvds and instant gratification. We had things to look forward to and be excited about back then! Sometimes I miss that time! It was always a big deal in our house. Anyway, I love the scene at the end when the Great Punpkin reveals himself and that's what "inspired" this card.

Card recipe:
5 1/2x 5 1/2 sized card
Circle punch for moon
Oval punch for pumpkins
Star punch
Martha Stewart grass border punch
Tear drop punch for the eyes in the tree
Cuttlebug Halloween set for the bat and tree
Distressed Stripes Cuttlebug folder for the tree
Cricut Everyday Paper Dolls for the ghosts

1 comment:

  1. Totally cute!!! Love it!! Miss seeing you on blogger. Are you still in a funk? Feel better soon I miss seeing you fantastic projects