I've never made Halloween cards before. My Halloween festivities are usually limited to performing quality control on several bags of chocolates before the big day. I need to ensure that the 1 or 2 trick or treaters who come to our house have safe candy.
The pumpkins are ones I mentioned before, featured on Jenny Doh's blog. I used some cheap plastic pumpkins from Michael's so they wouldn't go all squishy. I mixed some gesso with while paint to make sure it would stick to the plastic. The little one on the left has some dots made with black acrylic paint and a pencil eraser stamp. I used a paper punch to punch little circles from a dictionary page. The one on the right has a sewing pattern glued to the bottom, and a free-form scallop trim of adhesive backed-fabric. A bit of rick-rack and some measuring tape complete the sewing theme. These were so much fun to make and they are so darn cute.This one's a bit busy, but I love this stamp from River City Rubberworks. I edged the background with the top braches of a tree stamp.