Card Recognition

Friday, September 10, 2010

Halloween pumpkin card

I love that there are all these fun Halloween cards floating around the blogging world and I keep thinking I "need" some fun Halloween stamps. Well since that's not happening, I decided to get a bit more creative. I will give the jack-o-lantern look on the PTI pumpkin credit to my 5 year old. I made a harvest card with the same pumpkin last month and he say the card and suggested I turn it into a jack-o-lantern. I love smart kids! There's hours left in the Do More With Less challenge that my friend Karen was the guest designer for, so I thought I'd make a fun background with the pumpkins. Click here to see Karen's original post on how to make the background. Simon Says Stamp is doing holidays this week and a fabulous hop with a prize of a $100 gift certificate, and while my card doesn't say Happy Halloween, I think you guys get the idea?

Materials: PTI pumpkin stamp and circle from Daily Designs, Gina K Designs label (thanks Giesle), American Crafts black ribbon, black card stock, Versacolor orange ink, Versafine black ink, Stampin Up circle punch, Giesle's die cut machine


Anonymous said...

Very cute! Thanks for playing along with our blog hop at Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge blog!

Karen B. said...

This is way too cute! Way to go for smart and creative kids. So awesome to hear that they enjoy seeing what you do.

Heather said...

Fabulous card, I like the sentiment square and thank goodness us crafter's are resourceful, great work in converting your pumpkin to a
Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge.
hugs Heather xx

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Cute cute cute pumpkins!!!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!


yyam said...

This is really cute! Love those pumpkins! And what a great use of Karen's awesome grid technique!

Thanks so much playing along Erin! :)

Unknown said...

Very cute, love all the pumpkins!

jen said...

I love smart (and creative) kids too!! This turned out great!

Emily Leiphart said...

Erin, I love the pumpkins on this one! Please stop by my blog when you have a moment - I have a little something for you. :)

Gisèle said...

These are just great pumpkins and wonderful all lined up. Very impactful.