Monday, October 31, 2011



My final Halloween card, OH NO, I still have stamps I haven't used....
Stamp - Impression Obsession
Paper - Debbie Mumm
Cute pumpkin - Michael's
Candy Corn Border - K & Co

This is for my Grandson.  I bought the paper mache coffin at Michael's.  I covered the lid with black paper and painted the bottom black.  Stamped skeleton on top and added some stickers and fun embellishments.  I slipped an itunes card into the middle of some candy inside.

This bag is for my Granddaughter.  The bat is cut from sparkly black glitter paper.  Bought the bags at Big  Inside is a matching box decorated with a bat border by K & Co.  I also slipped an itunes card in the box with her fav candy, peppermint patties.

Have a safe Halloween, happy trick or treating.


Renkata said...

Hi Sue,
ohh such a fun Halloween card. and all other projects are very spooky cute.

KarinsArtScrap said...

what a fun card you have made with all that candy sue,
fabulous card.

greetings karin

April said...

What a fun card! I love all the details! Great projects too.

Sue from Oregon said...

Totally fun projects Sue! Yes, I seem to run out of time for the last part of the year holidays! I bet your Grands loved their presents!

Riet said...

So gorgeous Sue.

Hugs Riet.xx

Caroljenks said...

Sue what gorgeous Halloween treats you made for our perusal! I just love all of the detail you have added to the card :)

Hope you are well - and LOVE your Autumnal Falls picture :)

Carol x

Anonymous said...

Oh such yummy Halloween creations my dear!! :) Hope that you had a lovely weekend!! Thanks for sharing!! HUGS

Donna Hanley said...

Sue, Sorry I didn't get to too many blog yesterday. The day just got away from me. Your grandchildren must be the happiest on the block. Both of these ideas were great, but I have to say, that coffin is really something else. The different papers, embellishments, just everything about it. Wonderful job on both. You gave me some ideas for next year, thanks.

Glenda Atkins said...

Well you have been busy and those are some fabulous projects you created; the grandchildren must have been ecstatic! Lucky them having the talented grandmother they have:)