I used the super tutorial to help make a Criss Cross Card that I turned into a Halloween invitation.
I also made an envelope to match.
I highly recommend this magazine, it has tons of freebies linked with each edition, fabulous tutorials and just an all round great read!
Crafty Boots - Anything Goes
I Did It - Anything Goes
One Stitch At A Time - Anything Goes
Stamp Something - Anything Goes (their farewell challenge :()
Irish Teddys - Anything with a Rubber Stamp
Crafty Emma's - Magical or Spooky
7 Kids College Fund - Holiday Goodness (any holiday, I chose Halloween)
Catch The Bug - Punches or Dies (3 entries only)
Speedy The Cats Friends - Use a Punch
Stampin B's - Use 2 Border Punches
Papertake Weekly - Things with Wings
Belli - String
Little Red Wagon - Twine
Images - Bat Tilda , Pirate Sign, Mini Tilda with Spider Web and Mini Vampire Edwin
Paper - BOOville Digital Papers by Raspberry Road
Scoring Tool - Scor-Pal
Border Punches - Graveyard and Drippy Goo Martha Stewart
Grass Die - Cheery Lynn Designs
Sentiment – Studio G
Twine – The Twinery
Font – Burton's Nightmare
Medium – Copic Markers
I added a grass die cut border on to the bottom first and then added the punched graveyard scene, I like the way the grass just pokes up behind like it's overgrown and just ready for a little scary fun!
I added mini eyelets to the sentiment and used twine to create a sign hanging from the spooky tree, I really love how all the elements work together in this one.
I printed the text in "Burton's Nightmare" font and added a couple of the mini Magnolia figures, gosh those things are cute if a little fiddly to color :)
I completed the project with a coordinating envelope and added both of the border punches for a neat finish.
Be sure to drop by Papers and Pixels to see it there and so see all the other fabulous things on offer.