Tuesday, August 14, 2012

You're Invited...if you dare



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More fun goodness from the August new release by Die-Versions.   On the front, you will find Sweet Petites Wicked Witch and Dem Bones font (love this font) and peaking through the front window is the Sweet Petites Candelabra.

Just like the Dem Bones font can be used for more than Halloween (see how I used it on a sports mini album here),  I think the candelabra would be also be perfect for Christmas or any elegant event.  It all depends on how you decorate it.  (How cute would it be to use a little bits of holly intertwined around it?)  The curtains are rubber stamps from 100 Proof Press that I stamped onto vellum and adhered glitter to both sides.  The table (Doodle Factory) and ghosts (Prickley Pear) are also rubber stamps that I stamped with Versamark.  The front window was cut out using an old Sizzix Mover and Shaper.

If you haven't checked out the new Die-Versions August dies, you need to head right on over now, especially if you love Halloween.  :-) There are definitely quite a few on my shopping list.

9 comments:

rachel said...

fabulous Anne - love that font! xx

McCrafty's Cards said...

Brilliant card Anne, it does look spooky I love the witch and the curtains.
Kevin xx

Linda said...

Fantastic card Anne, love the dies you have used and it sure does look spooky.

Hugs
Linda xxx

jimlynn said...

Hey Anne......I left a comment while ago but the internet service shut down right in the middle of everything so don't know if you got it or hot........SO! I love this! Inside and out - so creative and fabulous!
Lynn

Tammy said...

Fantastic Anne! What great dies! Love looking in the window!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Love this- inside and outside! The glitter around the window is fun and love the curtains and candles on the inside.

Donna said...

Love the Halloween, you know that is one of my fav holiday's. I am thinking you have done a great job using, this alphabet.... too fun! What great ideas:-)

Donna said...

Love the Halloween, you know that is one of my fav holiday's. I am thinking you have done a great job using, this alphabet.... too fun! What great ideas:-)

nwilliams6 said...

Halloween has always thrilled me as it is the day before my birthday and I love horror books and movies. This is so fun - love all the special touches and details you have on this - especially the ghosts, candelabra, and curtains. Fun, fun, fun!! Hugz!