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Monday, October 10, 2011

Glitter Queen Hop Day #2


I hope you enjoyed all the projects from the first day.  I adore Greeting Card kids and I NEED Spooky Bingo Bits!  The projects for day 2 continue with Halloween projects using Batty for You and Sweet Centers.  The card above is another bookmark card using Batty.  The image is stamped in Lucky Limeade and popped up on dimensionals.  The sentiment is Happy Halloween from Teeny Tiny Wishes.  I accented it with glimmer brads (love those).  The spider web embossing folder makes any color card stock look cute and spooky.

This next card is the most traditional use of the sweet centers set.  By popping up the center panel you can creating a sliding door to get the treats out without tearing the card.  Accents of Frightful Sights DSP and the embossing folder add a little extra interest.  I also heat embossed the image and colored in some of the figures.
Make sure you come back tomorrow...I've saved a really cute project for the last day.
Make sure you stop by and visit with all the Glitter Queens.
Your next stop is Dee
But if you lose your way here's a list of all the gals and their addresses.


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9 comments:

  1. Love your cards! Love the lucky limeade with the rich razzleberry....that looks so great together!

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  2. Adorable projects! I love the Spider Web embossing folder. It definitely adds texture and dimension to the card without being too bulky! Great color combos and I love the treat inside the card! :) I'll be back tomorrow to see more!
    Hugs,
    Bridgett

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  3. wonderful cards and I love the web embossing.
    Eva :0)
    http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com
    I have a giveaway on my blog

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  4. Love both cards and colors are so Halloween.

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  5. These cards are great I love making cards for the kiddos or sweet treat holders. So much fun! TFS :)

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  6. The bookmark card is such a fun idea.

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  7. I have yet to use the treat cups but I know I will one day. Your card only makes we want to use them more.

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  8. Love these. Haven't used the treat cups but look forward to trying them out. Thanks
    Kristie G.

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  9. What a great card! 'Love those sweet treat cups...and especially the sliding door! Thanks for sharing!

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