Wednesday, October 24, 2012

No Tricks, Just Treats

Hello!

I have a treat for you today! A quick and easy project using the spooky new Tricks and Treats line from Pebbles.


One of the patterned papers in this collection, Rotten Rd., has these fabulous cut out cards.


I love them! They make it super easy to create a bunch of fun Halloween cards for your friends and family in no time.


All I did was attach them to card stock, stitch a zigzag border and added photo corners. You could easily outline a border with a pen.


The single embellishment on each card was created with another sheet of patterned paper called Witchy Ln. It's full of Halloween icons that I punched out with a circle punch and added with a pop dot.


So there you go....a quick project with spook-tacular results! Now what will you do with all the time you save? ;)

Thanks for stopping by! I hope it's a gorgeous fall day where you live. I had to run a few errands first thing this morning and the sun is shining bright, the leaves are colorful and it's supposed to be about 70 degrees. It doesn't get better than that!

8 comments:

Diana Waite said...

SWEET little cards-LOVE the theme too!

Nathalie said...

These are very fun! I really like the added touches too!

Aphra said...

Have I told you lately that your cards are amazing? I don't know where you find an endless supply of new ideas . . . but it is truly inspiring! :)

Alice Wertz said...

so cool! fabulous set, Kathy!

Ruth G said...

So fun! Thanks for the great tip about this collection!!!!
It was a beautiful, sunny day here, too! It's still around 70 degrees here at almost 10 pm! It was hard to convince my son that he wasn't going to freeze without a ton of blankets on him tonight! I'm thinking we might need to turn on a fan!

Alice Carman said...

These are great Kathy! Perfect for a quick card to send out.

Mendi said...

What a simple, but seriously cute idea! Love your zig-zag stitching with the photo corners! :)

Christine said...

Wow, Kathy, you really outdid yourself on this one. I can't believe you took something so simple and turned it into a masterpiece. Love that stitching, Love your work!

xoxo, Christine

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