Sunday, September 9, 2012

Spooky Greetings

Hi everyone, Happy Sunday! We had a fun day, we did our annual apple picking outing. The place we went this year had delicious apple cider doughnuts. Yum! Tonight, I am sharing a card that I made for the CardzTV challenge. The challenge was to make a card for any holiday. Since Halloween is around the corner, and I just got the Create a Critter II cartridge, I decided on a Halloween card. I had some problems because the cartridge isn't on my Gypsy yet. It won't be on there for a couple of weeks so I had to figure out how to cut the old fashioned way, with the cartridge!

I made an S card using a Debbie Mum holiday paper pad that I got about 3 years ago. My circle and scallop was cut from the Art Philosophy cartridge at 3 inches. I cut the pumpking at 3.0 from the Create a Critter II cartridge. Don't forget that I have blog candy here.
Thanks for looking today.
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Christy Schumacher said...

Love your card and I also have a Gypsy and it's kind of hard to revert back to using the cartridge after your use to the gypsy. TFS!


snappy scrappy said...

Super that vintage looking pumpkin! Lee-Ann :)

Jeri said...

This is adorable. Love the fold you used. It really highlights that new Cricut image. Thanks for sharing at CTVS.

mum of two said...

I just love your card. The patterned paper you chose is great! I hope they update the Gypsy before my CAC2 arrives, I would be lost without her... Thanks for playing with us at Cardz TV Stamps :)


Creative M said...

Super Cute card!!Love the Fold!Have to try this out!!TFS
Have a wonderful day,

Mimi said...

Such a cute card. I am really loving that new Create a Critter cart!
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The Queen (Laura) said...

Great fold! I love the papers you've used! Thanks for playing along with us at Cardz TV Stamps
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Karen said...

Cindy love all your papers and that cute pumpkin! Terrific fold so wonderful! Thanks so much for joining the CTVS challenge this week. Karen