Sunday, September 12, 2010

Happy Halloween and Winter Wishes - edited due to some wise-gals!!!

OPUS GLUEI's challenge this week is to use *some of* the ALPHABET in your project. I've been making inchies a lot lately and actually thought I would make some with words on them, and then decided that I would make some cards instead.

I made a Halloween card with some things that are too big for inchies. It's a really simple card. But I love it. It's cute creepy. I like cute creepy. I am not really one to go for the scary movies. So this card is more MY speed.

I also decided that it was time to get cranking on the Christmas cards. Christmas cards for me is a mis-nomer. I am one of THOSE people who has all the good intentions of sending out Christmas cards. And then I lose them somewhere in the house, to be found after Christmas (best case is two days before.) So, they get sent out in January, if at all. SO, I am embracing my "quirk", and making Winter Cards. If by some freak accident (miracle) the cards get written out and mailed in December, I will write or Stamp MERRY CHRISTMAS inside the cards.

This one was made with stash. I have a Christmas stash from projects made in prior years. The bling center on the snowflakes is new. I got them at the CKC VB Convention.
I am extending a personal invitation to YOU to join us in the OPUS GLUEI challenge this week.
See you there.


Tyggereye said...

So cute! I love the Halloween card. I'm horrible about Christmas cards too! Last year I didnt' get any out!

Lori said...

Love these! Alphabet meaning all 26 letters? lol! Just kidding....

Electra said...

These are so cute! I'm with Lori. where are all the other letters????

Rosemary said...

Hey, I know exactly what you mean about the Christmas cards, it happens. Maybe we will break the curse this year; hey, the Red Sox eventually won a World Series, we can get our homemade Christmas cards out before Christmas. It can be done.

I really like the cards - the Halloween one is just up my alley (clever but not gruesome, not into horror either) and the other is well, PERFECT!