Monday, August 18, 2014

Tee-Hee-Hee For Freshly Made Sketches #149

Halloween is coming...
Although Halloween was never my favorite holiday, it is for making cards.  I just LOVE the colors together and the "fun" things we can create.  I needed to just create for "fun" to get my mind off of school (which starts tomorrow)!  I am not sure I am ready to go back to school but I better be - I will have 22 new 5th graders tomorrow (and my co-teacher has 22, so technically I have 44)!

Anyway, this new stamp set, called Tee-Hee-Hee (coming August 28th) was my "I have to OWN that" stamp set in the Holiday Catalog!  I used the new Freshly Made Sketch for my design...
 When I was trying to think of a card to make, I realized it was NOT that easy!  This set has lots of little elements, which means tons of options!  I can't wait for you to see the set!
 I used Rich Razzleberry, Tangerine Tango and the Memento Ink for this card.  That new twine is absolutely delicious!  I love how thick it is and the duo of colors is really adorable!
 Do you love the silver bat on the cauldron?  Marc's idea... and it's embossed using the silver metallic ink pad and clear embossing powder.  The glitter was his idea too! :)
 I love shoes and I can't wait to make a few more of these cards for friends!  In the picture above you can see the inside of the card (left) and the front of the envelope!
 Let's not forget to line our envelopes - the new Designer Series Paper Motley Monsters will help me with that!  I love those strips!

5 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Adorable! That set is definitely fun! Thanks for joining us at FMS!

Pam Steckman said...

Thanks so much Linda! :) I love the sketch!

Jen Brum said...

Super fun Halloween card Pam! Love the polka dot background! I love that witch!!!! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

Jessica said...

Eeek! I love that Marc helps you in your creative process. My hubby only tells me of he likes it or not at the end. Lol! Gotta love this card...and gotta like that bat. Tx f the embossing idea...never thought of that!

Pam Steckman said...

Thanks Jen and Jessica!