Thursday, October 8, 2009

Halloween & Decorative Edges

Do you find using decorative edge scissors tedious and frustrating even though you love the look they give? If you do, you may want to check out the Creatopia and Cutz component. There are many different cartridges available for the Cutz, and I have used a couple different cartridges on my Halloween cards I'm featuring today. Here's a link to Beate's Tutorial, and to the main page of the SCS Product Review so that you may check out this feature of the Creatopia

Images & Papers from Lizzie Anne Designs

Stamps: A Harvest Of Memories (October Monthly Mix/Lizzie Anne Designs
Card Stock:
Elegant Eggplant, White, Spooktacular (LAD digital papers)
Memento Tuxedo Black, Elegant Eggplant, Copic Markers
Accessories: Creatopia Cutz, Modern Label Punch (SU), Orange Zest EF Polka Dot Satin Ribbon (PTI), Scotch Foam Tape

Image© Inkadinkado & paper by BasicGrey (purchased at Jacksonbelle Embellishments)
Stamps: Jack o Lantern (Inkadinkado)
Card Stock:
Perfect Plum, Yo Yo Yellow, Eerie (BasicGrey)
Pumpkin Pie Craft & Dye ink, Old Olive Craft, various Stampin' Write Markers, Copic Markers, Spica Glitter Pen
Accessories: Chills & Thrills Rub-ons, A Muse Sheer Ribbon, Color Spritzer Tool, Creatopia Cutz, Scotch Foam Tape, Taylor's Tiny Twinkles, Tombo Multi Glue

Thanks so much for visiting! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!!
Thanks for visiting!


Dawn Easton said...

Awesome Halloween cards! Love the colours and you are right, those edges sure do give a lot to a card! I'm hoping that new tool makes it's way under my Christmas tree or for my birthday this year! hehe!

Anonymous said...

Both cards are so cute, Rose Ann! Good use of those edgers, I must say! But what really struck me was your 2nd card - I see you put some kind of sparkle or something on the bats eyes - I can't stand it that's just so cute! LOVE that paper!

Cindy Haffner said...

Love your Halloween cards Rose Ann.

Velta said...

Wonderfully spooky!!! I love the way the trees turned out on the second card...wonder how you did that?

Susie said...

Awesome spooky cards. Now, Rose Ann, you may stop being an enabler anytime! (Just kidding) I would love to have one of these but it's too pricey right now for me.

Barb Schram said...

Great cards, that Creatopia looks mighty interesting! Your creations for your son are so sweet...not a easy journey! We have a family member that was diagnosed at age three! She is now thirteen and thriving!!! Take good care!

Tiffany said...

Wow Rose Ann - awesome cards! I have yet to use that Halloween paper, you used it so well! Love all the crisp edges on the cards too! Your 2nd card looks fantastic and very spooky!

Lauren said...

The edges are great. These card are so cute Rose Ann! You always do such a fabulous job.

Beate said...

Both cards look fantastic! Love the decorative cut edges. Love the happy feel of your first card and the awesome spooky look of your second.
Have a great weekend
Hugs and smiles

Janine said...

I love these RoseAnn... The edges are fabulous!!

Allison said...

As always, some more awesome creations! I love the second one esp.!

Anonymous said...

Truely spooky Halloween cards, Rose Ann! Love them both! :)

kathleenh said...

Love these Halloween cards! I especially love the spooky trees card!

dpkennedy said...

Both are so cute! I love using that dp as a bg...the pumpkin looks fab on it!

Susan (rainy) said...

Both cards are wonderful! I love the cut edge on the second card... adds a new element of fun. Very cool.

Krista Driessen said...

Both cards are great Rose-Ann !!