Wednesday, October 24, 2012

No Tricks, Just Treats


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!


Diana Waite said...

SWEET little cards-LOVE the theme too!

Nathalie said...

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

Aphra Bolyer 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 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 Yoshikawa 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

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...