Posted by: callalilystudio | September 15, 2010

Scaredy Cat

Halloween Fun!

I used Memory Box paper called Blackbird!  It gives the card a very Halloweenie feel.  The house, blackbird, skeleton,  bats and ghosts are all  Sizzix dies.  Martha Stewart’s Spider web edge punch and drippy goo punch is fun to use, too.  I used Tim Holtz’s Distressed inks to give a weathered grunge look to the card.   The tri fold card technique is one of my favorites!     Here is a shot of the card closed.

Open if you dare!



  1. This is such a cute card. Love it.. The guy holding the sign is adorable. I might try and use him somewhere. He should become an icon.

  2. This is a very fun card! I love the frightened man holding the sign!!! Your right the paper is just right!

  3. do you have the instructions on how to make the trifold card you made? It is the Halloween Card

  4. Wow – this is a great card using the tir-shutter fold. Love all the papers and embellishments – darn – I have been looking for a ghost…….love this “happy” one……….I’ll have to search a few more stores. TFS…………..Patto

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