I love stamps I can make round and turn into spinner cards. The spider is enhanced with "googlie eyes" and heat embossing. I wanted to showcase also that you don't have to have Halloween themed paper to make a great Halloween card. The bottom needed an extra something so I added an accent strip of black and tiny rich razzleberry circles and made them dimensional with crystal effects.
The card is a special fold to have a pocket to hold another frostee certificate. How perfect is the certificate-it's already rich razzleberry and pumpkin pie....wait...you think in SU colors too right?
So here is my favorite project and I might be a bit prejudiced that my cutie is the sweetest pumpkin in the patch. I've made a couple of these mini scrapbooks and they always are quick,easy and cute. Using the scallop square die I cut the front and back out of the thicker cardboard that comes with the DSP packs. They are covered with Frightful Sight DSP. The interior pages are just single sheets of CS. I used a retired jumbo eyelet and a book ring to keep it all together. The front is secured FOREVER to hold in the SU microbeads. So in this case the Sweet Center is a scrapbook accent.
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Candice Crawford... http://craftingelegance.blogspot.com/