Now couldn't you just see this as a Halloween Tea Party Invitation. I know I can. As a matter of fact, next year I want to host another Halloween Tea Party. I hosted one several years ago and the ladies had a blast. This is what I am going to use for my invitation.
This die is from CottageCutz called Witch Cake Plate. I used crystal effects over the top of the dome so it would look like glass. I cut all the pieces with card stock and distress with brushed corduroy. I love working with these die cuts because it is so fun to paper piece your image and watch it come to life. Here is what I used:
Cottage Cutz Witch Cake Plate
Martha Stewart Spider Punch Around the page
Spellbinders Persian Accent Corner-This I customized to fit my card by cutting off the corner
Recollection purple rhinestones
Ribbon, Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink, Crystal Effects, Colored Cardstock for the image
Thanks for taking a peek today. I really appreciate your visit. Happy Friday and see you in the gallery.
Date: Friday, October 19, 2012 GMT Views: 1082
Registered: May 18, 2008 Location: Virginia Posts: 24117
Fri, Oct 19, 2012 @ 5:26 AM
Boooooo - am I invited? I'll be there with my witch shoes on. I'll switch from a fruitcake to a witch just for that day. This is INCREDIBLE and what a fun time everyone will have. I picture you as the lady of FUN! I wish I was as fun as you. I kind of don't do much for any holidays. They make me feel stressed - childhood issues I guess! LOL! I could learn a lot from you. Move closer to me. There's a house down the street for sale!!!
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Tue, Oct 23, 2012 @ 3:53 PM
Carol...this is such a fun card! Love that cake plate!
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