The kids want to be I'll let you know on Thursday. :)
So in honor of this fun day, I created some Halloween cards for my nearest and dearest. :)
These cards were created using stamps from the Michaels dollar spot. I can't even remember when I got them. I *think* I found them this summer but that doesn't make much sense. Then again, stores are putting out holiday decorations earlier and earlier. :) I colored the images with my Prismacolor pencils. Next, time I will try a green face on the little witch. :) All the circles were cut using my Nestablilities using black, SU Elegant Eggplant (you can't tell in the pictures), and SU Only Orange. The card base is also Only Orange. The inside was stamped in Only Orange with pumpkins from Autumn Harvest and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.
I used this oldie but goodie by My Favorite Things, and I can't even remember the name. I got the stamped images in a RAK. I colored up the *ghoulfriends* with my Prismacolor pencils and used Glossy Accents on their boots, trying to make them look like patent leather. :) Since I didn't have any of the sentiments that went with this set, I broke out my There She Goes Halloween Additions set and used the pumpkin and sentiments from there. I inked them up in Memento Tuxedo Black and SU Pumpkin Pie. The papers are from an old Stampin' Up Designer Series paper pack and Basic Grey's Eerie collection with a SU Elegant Eggplant card base.
This card was stamped with There She Goes Halloween Additions, again. LOVE this sentiment! And it's not just for Halloween. :) My intent was tp add googly eyes but it turns out I don't have any. Boo. I must find some! I heat embossed the sentiments on both the outside and inside of the card, forgetting to use my Embossing Buddy so I have little *confetti* around them. Oh, well. The paper is from the same Stampin' Up Designer paper pack as above. Added a hemp twine bow for texture.
I made this card using the Your Next Stamp October Sketch Challenge. I love this little guy that I found in the Michaels dollar bins. I colored him up with my Copics. I used K and Company's Spookatular line from a couple years ago. It's so colorful and kid-friendly. I added Stickles to the 'Halloween' and Bella Baubles to the corner.
Thanks for looking! Hope this finds you happy and healthy. Be safe out there. :)