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Sunday, 25 October 2015

CTC53 Happy Haunting

Welcome back to the CASE-ing the Catty blog hop.  This week we are focusing on pages 46-49 of the Stampin' Up! Holiday catalogue.  This week it's the Halloween section, YAY what fun!

We don't celebrate Halloween here in Australia, however, the estate where I live does get involved, so we are busy decorating & getting ready for the trick or treaters.  I couldn't help myself this week & made 2 fun cards celebrating Halloween.

For my 1st card I've used the fun Happy Haunting DSP & have teamed it with the stamp set "I Think You're Great" from the annual catalogue & the hostess set "Six Sayings". 

For my second card, I have used the same DSP but have added a cute spider web doily & the trick or treat stamp from "A little something".  This stamp set is super versatile as it has a bit of everything for this time of year in it! 

After looking at these projects, I still wasn't happy.  I needed something to hold the treats in so I created a little goodie bag using the same ingredients as the trick or treat card above. I used the Gift Bag Punch Board to whip up a quick bag.  This one is medium sized which is perfect for chocolates & treats. 

I hope you have enjoyed my projects.  Next stop on the hop is Alison.  Click on the next button to hop on over to her blog now.  Remember if you get lost you can always go to the CTC blog & see the full list of participants. 

Thanks for stopping by

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  1. These are so cool!! I am loving that treat bag....the spider doily really looks amazing! Our street celebrates Halloween too - it is SO much fun. :)

  2. Cute cards. I do like the ghost paper!! and your gift bag is just perfect for trick or treaters.

  3. I love how you have used the same ingredients to make a card and bag with a similar theme but different look.

  4. Wow, great collection for your halloween ensemble!! And I really like the way you've trimmed the doily - great idea!!

  5. Awesome cards, Tricia, & the treat bag is treat enough on it's own (without filling it with goodies)! Love your mix of papers & elements, & the cool turned in corners on the bag.