I'm going to share the two cards I made for two of my grandbabies (the 3rd grandbaby is literally a baby (7 weeks old) and I will share her card next month) using a Double Z Fold technique...
Here they both are folded flat. Just about everything I used on these cards are from SU! including the DSP (Spooky Night), the spider web embossing folder, the little spider tag, and the cat word stamp on the inside.
This one is going to my granddaughter, and she just loves cats, so I think this will make her smile! This technique is a great way to use of scraps of DSP and is so simple to do! It's basically a 11 x 4 1/4 piece of cardstock that you score in half (5 1/2) and then score again at 2 3/4. The strip piece is also 11 inches long and scored at 5 1/2 and again at 2 3/4 and attached the opposite direction from card base piece. The strip can be any width you like...mine measured at 1 1/2.
This one will be going to my grandson who loves anything with wheels!! Figured a truck filled with pumpkins would fit the bill nicely and not be too scary for a 3 year old!
Here is the mood board Darlene and Diane have for inspiration for this challenge...
Obviously I was inspired by the cat and the pumpkins, but again, anything Halloween goes. This challenge is open till the 28th and you can play along right HERE.
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