Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Halloween cards received

Now, here is a card I will NOT be replicating! My cousin's son and DIL are expecting their second son soon and here is a card they sent with the baby's first halloween costume! Too cute!!! I bet that pumpkin does it's own thumping! This is such a great photo and great pumpkin!
I shared yesterday that scrapbook paper was my inspiration for my halloween card this year, and both of the cards I have received used scrapbook paper too. I LOVE getting cards and these two friends are ones that always send cards and I always look forward to receiving them! So many people collect stamps and supplies, but then they never make cards and mail them, so I wanted to show off these two great cards! Kathy used a diecut letter on her card (above), and me being a font-a-holic, I think that is a great idea!!! The shimmer she painted on the pumpkin and ghost doesn't show up on my photo, but they look great. Thanks, Kathy, for another wonderful card! It will go in my collection!

This second one is from my friend Tina. Tina is very detailed oriented, in case you can not tell, and she always does beautiful cards. She is a mother to the neighborhood children for whom she makes cloth bags filled with candy every halloween.....I can't even tell you about all the wonderful treats she bakes year round! Tina loves layering paper and cutting out things and she loves this EKSuccess Martha Stewart spiderweb punch....I can see why! Tina is on the Inkadinkado Free Lance team with me and this card is just an example of why I recommended her to be on that team! Thanks, Tina, for another beautiful card!
Oh, I hear the mailman coming.....I wonder if any other goblins thought of me this year......


Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness what a clever picture. It took me a minute to focus on her tummy. What a riot what a lucky baby to have such fun loving parents. There first boy is adorable Thank you so much for sharing this awesome picture with us. Have a great day.

Debbie/Phx AZ

peata said...

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