I just love MaryJo's sketch challenges. Occasionally she'll have a sketch that I just can't get my mind around. But for the most part they're so much fun.
This week's sketch looked like it would be a fun, easy one to complete. I just needed to figure out what squar-ish stamp image to use. When I found the boo! among a new set of stamps that I got in Utah, I knew that I had a Halloween-themed card in the making.
I was also excited (sounds silly, I know) to use the black background paper that I found at one of the Salt Lake valley stores where I shopped. I must confess that Halloween has always been a favorite holiday for myself and my children when they were little. I loved making their homemade costumes each year. (Sometimes even finishing them on Halloween day!!)
Materials: black cardstock (Bazzill); designer papers (Sandylion, ProvoCraft, Die Cuts with a View); stamp (Heidi Grace); ink (colorbox); die cut (Cricut); adhesive: Pioneer mounting tape, Scotch foam squares, pop-dot.
Thanks for looking.