2013-09-18

Carving Pumpkin Time

Okay...maybe not "quite" time! If you know me, I use one of my window cut files at least once a month.  I wanted to do a video and put a tealight behind the window so you could see how much fun this card can be, but I ran out of steam!

So many fun sets release this month at Doodle Pantry! Carving Ants is one of many. It may not be CAS but it was quick and easy.  I used my Cameo to cut out my window, and the P&C feature for the image.  Using the brick embossing folder, some dies and punches, it was done in a flash.

There's still plenty of time to join Doodle Pantry's September Challenge.  You will receive the Jingle Ant Set just for participating (of course follow the rules...haha) and a chance to win a wonderful gift certificate to the Doodle Pantry Store.

A2, memory box die IO die , MS and EK punches, pop ups and distressing

16 comments:

  1. Brilliant fun card, bet it looks great with a tealight shining behind it :o)
    Jackie xx

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  2. This is ridiculous fun. I love it all the tattered shutter, the goopey green sludge, the pumpkin border, the spiders and of course the charming ants carving up that pumpkin. Too cute:)

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  3. How creative! I just love what you did with the shutter! and the tall grass looks like weeds. This is amazing!
    Evelyn
    ps - hope you get all your energy back soon! Must be tough selling your house while you're not feeling 100%.

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  4. Cely
    What a great card with all the different elements. I especially love the window. I have a thing for windows on cards but I don't used them often enough. Thanks for the inspiration. Keep well and best of luck.
    Love this card.
    Myrna

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  5. OMG this is completely awesome! And your little shutter is perfect! Wow, I can imagine how this would look with the tea light.

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  6. The details on this are incredible, Cely. What a fantastic design and fab use of the Carving Ants image.

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  7. Fabulous! Love the black shutter, and that you kept the die negative in most of it, making it look crickety and "spooky"! Perfect for the season!

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  8. This is darling, Cely! I just love your scenes!

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  9. I love this, Cely! Fun and spooky at the same time. I'm working with this one right now and am almost intimidated by your card. :-D Ah, well, we all know that the same image can look so different with even minor changes in the design. Just marvelous!!

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  10. I love the window it looks so lifelike! Congrats on the coming addition to your family.

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  11. Another marvellous window card, you just do these so very well! Love the cute and spooky aspect of the card! Terrific work!
    hugs
    Glenda

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  12. Hey girl...I'm missing your posts...I hope all is well and you are enjoying this fabulous weather.Take good care.
    Carole

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  13. What an awesomely fun Halloween card this is! Love everything about it, especially the broken shutter and the dripping goo. Super cute! Best, Curt

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