Saturday, September 24, 2011

Vintage Halloween

Love having a pair of owls out at Halloween time.

Hi Friends!

Just another Halloween card that I worked on in my craft room.  This card is for the challenge at The Shabby Tea Room.  We were to make a monochromatic card using white/cream or the colors kraft, black, or brown.  This card was fairly easy to make since the colors were limited.  I think I need to make more monochromatic cards!:-))  I'll most likely be back again some time this weekend to post another card.  But, for now more laundry awaits.  Take care and thanks for stopping by, hugs!!:-))

Paper:  Bazzill, My Mind's Eye
Stamp:  Inkadinkadoo(Sentiment)
Ink:  SU(Black)
Punch:  EK
Corner Punch:  Fiskars
Witch Hat, Bats:  Blumenthal
Lace:  Hobby Lobby
Ribbon:  Really Reasonable Ribbon
Button:  Basic Grey
Pearls:  Martha Stewart
Misc.:  Sewing


  1. Hi Maria,
    Great Halloween card, love your paper. Great.


  2. The stitching is so perfect! I love the monochromatic look. I need to use these colors. It's just lovely!

  3. Maria, awesome card! I love the corner punch and bats and witches hat!!!! Great job on the stitching! Beautiful!!!

  4. What a fab Halloween card, love it in monochromatic colours! That sentiment label is suitable spooky, and love those little bats and hats!

  5. Just wanted to stop by and say I love this card! I'm all about Vintage Halloween. You did an amazing job on it.

  6. This is fabulous, Maria! You know I so love Halloween, so I just adore this little cutie. Great job with the monochrome color palette. Love the sentiment label and love the bats and hat. The fancy corners are fantastic, too, and I love the big bow. :)

  7. Soooooo wonderful!!!!!! I love the corners, the bats....everything!!!!Thank you so much for sharing your adorable card this week at The Shabby Tea Room :-)

  8. LOVE that Inkadinkado sentiment! It's so vintage, and just steals the show on your AWESOME monochromatic Halloween card. :)

  9. Fabulous! I love the non-traditional colors. A really pretty card.

  10. Oh my, that is really vintage Halloween! Love it and the corner treatment too!