Friday, October 23, 2015

Ghoul-y Friends

I know I posted a Halloween card a week or so ago and said it was the last of the litter - but I forgot about this one.  Since I don't have anything else made up to post today, thought I'd let you take a peek.

I used a set of stamps from Lawn Fawn called Booyah along with a couple of rectangle dies, sequins, twine, and some patterned paper.  That about sums it up.  Oh, and I added a rhinestone to the poofy hair on the middle image.  I actually used to have poofy hair almost like that - and yes, it was pretty spooky looking too!  A non-spooky but fun card for a dear, dear friend.

I'll enter this in the Lawnscaping Challenge (Too Cute to Spook)



Thanks for stopping by.........
Lynn

25 comments:

Margaret said...

So cute. Love the adorable image and your coloring. Great layout too.

Jacee said...

Such fun Lynn, love it!
Hugs Jacee
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Bonnie said...

They are "too cute to spook"! But they make me smile, ghoul friend!

Tammy said...

Adorable! Love the filmstrip frames for these spooky cuties! Wonderful card for Halloween!

Lisa said...

It's so absolutely adorable!! The ghosts are so sweet!! I love the design of this!! What a fun card!! Have a great weekend :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Chrissy said...

Forget the three stooges, I will take three cute ghosts anytime..awesome card Lynn..

luv CHRISSYxx

Carol L said...

Those adorable faces just crack me up! I just love Lawn Fawn images! Great Halloween card, and I hope that giant storm heading to TX misses you. It's a biggie!

Maxine D said...

Definitely too cute to spook Lynn :-)
Blessings
Maxine

McCrafty's Cards said...

These we ghosties are too cute to spook Lynn gorgeous card
Kevin xx

Tammy said...

What a super cute Halloween card Lynn! I love that film strip die and the cute little ghost, such a fun layout!!
Hugs, Tammy

NanaConnie said...

Too cute, Lynn! I love the sentiment pun. :-D The polka dots and twine are a great combination. Wherever did you find orange sequins? I have nearly every color but orange. Well, no purple either. :-(

Linda Simpson said...

This is a great card and made me chuckle. Enjoy your weekend and hugs to you and Jim.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Sassy Raggedy said...

What a cute stamp. Too adorable. Love this simple Halloween Card. Hugs, joann

Donna Hanley said...

These are some real cute ghosts and I love that sentiment. All of this paired very well with your autumn paper. I have been thinking of you for a few days now hearing about all the rain coming your way and worried for your children also. Stay indoors and safe.

Lynn McAuley said...

Even ghosts and ghouls dress up for Halloween!! Super cute card, Lynn!

Evie said...

This is fabulous, love adorable images.

Becca Cruger said...

Oh my goodness, this is SO SO cute! Awww! I just love the hair on the middle ghost. It made me giggle! :)

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

They have the best stamps! Look at those sweet little ghosties! LOL... Fall/ Halloween/Turkey Day cards are my very favorite to make so I never want them to be done! Keep em coming!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Hi, Lynn! I love your Halloween card! The little ghosts in disguise are so cute! Love the stitched dies you used! Fun sentiment too! Thank you for the sweet birthday wishes! Hope your hubby is doing okay...

Lori Kobular said...

Love the sentiment!! And the ghosties are so cute!

Davi said...

A fun card with those scary guys :)

*Vicki* said...

These ghosts are really adorable Lynn! :) Love how they are popping out of the photo strip frame!! So colorful and fun!!

MaryH said...

Delightfully ghoulish, and how did I miss that narrow stitched die?! Love the Lawn Fawn stamps (another one I missed!Just discovering LF of late). These are so cute, and look great on the orange spotted background. Like the sparkle of the gold sequins too, with the rustic twine. Great design...and delicious card. (I will be making TWO Halloween cards this year...one done...one to be done!) TFS

Monica said...

Not scary but sweet and pleasant. Love it. Just my type of Halloween images.

Margaret said...

Super cute! What a fun set if images and your polka dot paper goes wonderfully with them!