DAY 3 of 3If you just came from Zentita's blog, then you are right where you are right where you are supposed to be. If you have happened upon my site, then great, but I am the last one on this hop and you have missed so much, so please start at the beginning on Angela's blog and make your way back to me. So, time to start thinking about Halloween. It is one of my favorite holidays, because it is in my favorite season - Fall. I love the warm colors and all of the small kids who come trick or treating with their special cute costumes on. Some of them are too scared to come to the front door because my husband does a good job of decorating the outside and making it a bit too scary for the little ones. I miss not being able to eat candy anymore, but then I guess that's good, since it doesn't add weight to me either.
This is a 3 day hop and we had a choice of putting up one project for all 3 days or 1 for each day. I have chosen to post 1 project for each day, so make sure to see my other two projects below, if you missed the other two days
For my third day I am posting another Halloween card that I made today. I bought some Halloween foam stickers for my grandson and thought he would have fun making something. However, when I made the rosettes the other day, I thought, hmm I should make a card with one in the center. So when I put it there, I needed to decorate the inside. The spider web was perfect. I punched a scalloped edge of purple glitter paper and a circle of orange to go behind it pulling out the colors in the rosette. The foam stickers came with three different colored spiders, orange, green, and magenta. Well I chose the orange one, although I had first put a black with bling spider in the center, but it didn't show up at all. So I settled on the orange spider. The webs in the corner came like that, corner webs, so I used one for each corner. I will put the sentiment on the inside. Pretty simple, but I thought it was something that my grandson could repeat, with me making the rosette of course.
I am the last on the hop, but remember to start at the beginning again on Angela's blog for some new projects tomorrow. Hope you found some sweet treats along the way!
Don't miss it, since there are some very talented ladies in the lineup of the hop: