A couple of Halloween projects

Bead or make cards?  Bead or make cards?  It's too hard to decide, so I did a little of both.
This little spider was fun to make, and looks great on my red hat.  It's so much more interesting than a flower or ribbon.

It's not a complicated card - some pretty background paper, a couple of punches and die cuts, and a few scraps.

Challenges:
Cheerful Stamp Pad -  Halloween
Dream Valley - Halloween
I Did It Creations - animal
Whimsy Inspiration - punches, diecuts



Juliet Arrighi

11 comments:

Myrna said...

Juliet
Your spider is wonderful!! So much more fun than flowers, etc. on your hat.
Great card. Loving the simplicity of it.
Myrna

Shelly Schmidt said...

Your beaded spider is so well done- I love the seed beads at the leg joints-that really adds alot to the look. I bet it does look great on your hat. Your card is very nicely done as well- love the cat on the fence in the light of the moon!

Pop's Cards said...

Hi sweetie this is so great love the colours, thanks for joining us at Whimsy Challenge this week hugs pops x

Chris said...

THANK YOU for my spider today...it looks so much better in real life - I wish everyone could see how magnificant it is! :)

Pat said...

Wow love your spider, it looks so real!
Your card is great too!
Hugs xx

Vicki Romaine said...

I certainly am glad to see you enter my challenges again. I really like this card. It really portrays Halloween with all its elements.

Natali said...

Wow, Juliet, your spider is fantastic!! It is very gentle work.. Like it!! As well as your card!
Hugs
Natali

Shar said...

Love them both! Your spider is soo cool and such a fab ATC!

melsanford said...

Fab Halloween makes! Love the spider! Thankyou for joining us at Dream Valley :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Susie said...

Your bead spider looks fantastic! Thanks for entering our Halloween challenge at Dream Valley. Susie x

Marion said...

Very gorgeous cards! Love the second card, perfect for Halloween, you can actually use that again next year. Anyways can I include that in my collection of printing samples? Thanks.