Wednesday, October 21, 2009

More spiders, and a sea horse


I made this for the weekly color challenge over at GinaK's StampTV. The colors were blue, green & yellow. This was the first time I used the sea horse stamp from the Eclectic Summer STV kit, and I really like the way he stamped. I used Ballet Blue for my solid color and Basic Gray's Lime Ricky, also from the STV kit, for my patterned paper.

Here's another Creative Cuts and More Spider. I can't quit using them! Who am I going to send all these creepy Halloween cards to? A comment on the jewels: I got them on sale for a dollar. They are K&Co, and I have been having a blast using them on all my Halloween cards. I don't even think I'll use this package up this Halloween. Sometimes I marvel at how much pleasure I can get from things that cost so little. (Don't ruin my moment of joy by reminding me how much I've spent in the last nine years, okay!?)

7 comments:

Kary Sol said...

Awesome card!!!!

mustangkayla said...

What fun cards! Love the colors of the first one and the bling on the spider of the second card!

~amy~ said...

okay, lovin' that get well card...sooo cheery and happy! Super fun spidey card too Carla!

Kristen said...

GREAT cards! I love them both! I love the bold solid papers too! And the accents to you spider make him look all hairy and great!

I am giving a free turkey image away on my blog today, if you are interested, please go help yourself!

Julie said...

You're just such a creative girl, Carla--beautiful cards! I love both the seahorse and the spider--fabulous!

I, for one, would never reminder you about past spending--(bit of a spender myself!), and I so understand about how fun it is to use cheap (or free!) stuff!

Hope you're having a wonderful day, my friend!

Ila said...

Both cards are Fabulous...the first is so bright and fun...the next one So Spooky!!...I know what you mean...I love the dollar store and garage sale finds...but I wouldn't want to add up my papers and stamps...(and especially not hubby..lol)...Hugs, Ila

Justine said...

Love the seahorse, what a unique image, I love the glitter you added to his bubbles! The polka dots are yummo