I have a VERY simple creation for you today but I was in need of a lot of things like this so I kept them simple in order to make quite a few (you'll notice I don't use the word "Mass Produce" - for some reason it sounds like poison to me! lol!!)
Man's Ruin and two piratey skulls from A Pirate's Life. I used the two skulls from A Pirate's Life to for my background - inked with Versamark and heat set with white embossing powder. And I used the Skull/Rose from Man's Ruin - stamped on patterned paper, colored and blended with my Prismacolor pencils, trimmed out and popped up on foam adhesive. I added a bit of rustic twine through a punched hole and VOILA!
Other stamps used - Lawn Fawn - Happy Halloween web.
Thanks so much for hopping in today! Your next stop is off to Paula's fabby site!
First of all LOVE the gift card holder!!
Second DOUGHNUTS!!! *Homer drool*
Love this!!! Great job!! And who doesn't LOVE to get a gift card!?
Beautiful Meredith! Love the way you did the embossed images and the coloring around them. YAY!!
Now this is a awesome gift!! That will be indeed a very Happy Halloween with that cool giftcard!
If only I could afford to give all the trick-or-treaters gift cards. This is such a fun project, Meredith! And it's so versatile! It can be adapted to any occasion!
What a fun project & great gift idea. Great job!
So cute and fun! I might have to adapt it and send one to my nephew in college.
Very fun, the checkered skull just tickles my fancy.
I really love how you used the skull stamps, both on the patterned paper and for the background.:)
Great tag. Great gift idea too
Very cute - Love how you put this together. I really love the background with the white embossing.
Hey, girlie! I am ALWAYS needing these types of holders, so thank you, thank you, thank you for the inspiration! Love this stylish project! Hugz, Cheryl
That's awesome, Meredith!
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