Now that Halloween is officially over, it’s time to break out the decorations. Hubs and I didn’t give out any candy this holiday. I totally forgot to buy candy. When I arrived home from work on Halloween evening, I was terrified to see my front porch light turned on and hear the trampling of kids feet heading towards our door; I had zero sweets to give, minus a package of Chinese milk candy that would probably result in good egging of our house. So, instead of handing out tablets of melamine death, I opted to turn out all the lights and hide in the dark until the kids were gone. Poor kids; I’m such a bad neighbor!
I have another video card for you today. In the spirit of the upcoming festive season, this one is a holiday card. I did some embossing and I also dyed a piece of chipboard red using a pigment ink cube (SU Craft Stampin’ Spot). Enjoy!
Song: Mushaboom by Feist
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Card Recipe: (all supplies Stampin’ Up unless otherwise noted): Sincere Salutations (105156) and Season of Joy (110384) stamp sets, card stock in kraft, VersaMark ink pad, ruby red craft stampin’ spot, designer paper in Summer Picnic (111355), old olive ribbon, On Board die cuts (112085) silver elastic cord, 1″ circle punch, gold embossing powder (Stamp Stuff from Michaels)
P.S.: I just want to let you know that I’m keeping track of the comments and planning to write future posts that will answer your questions (e.g. a post on different adhesives, a post on stamp care and storage, and more.)