Saturday, August 12, 2017

TMS #415


     Good morning, and happy weekend!  Today I have a card for the Tuesday Morning Sketches # 415.  I have been working on Halloween cards so I decided to go with that theme.  I was such a great sketch to work with!


     My designer papers are from Pebbles and the pad is called BOO.  I created my angled piece with white punched with a MS cobweb border punch, and lined it with black.  I die cut a vine and spiderweb to create my cluster, did a Tim Holtz rub on spider from his Apothecary collection, and a spooky flower from Recollections.  My sentiment was a vellum sticker.

     I hope you enjoy what I made, and that you visit the TMS website and see all the beautiful inspiration! 

8 comments:

Carol L said...

Wow! What a cool Halloween card this one is! I love all the cobwebs and spiders to go along with that fun sentiment! I'm really getting into the Halloween mode now too, so thanks for the inspiration! Thanks also for playing along with the Tuesday Morning Sketch challenge! Hope to see you there next week too :)

Melissa Craig said...

Really fun Halloween card! Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

Wendy said...

How cool, Mary Anne! Love that you created this amazing Halloween card from this week's sketch! Those papers and diecuts are awesome, gf! Love, love, love this! Happy Boo to you and TFS! <3

jimlynn said...

It's so hard to think that Halloween isn't that far away now. I'm really ready for the cooler weather for then too!
LOVE your card Mary Anne. That design is so creative and perfect for that sketch. Fantastic!
Lynn

Debbie said...

Fun card!
Thanks for playing along at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!
Debbie
Debbie's Dash of This and That

Janice M said...

How cool Mary Anne! Love the way you used the mini web. Glad you could join us again this week at TMS.

Patti said...

OMG what a cool & cute Halloween card!!! Thanks so much for creating with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches this week!

Colleen said...

Mary Anne,
This one is my favorite I love all the detail, great job it is absolutely boo-tiful.