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Halloween Greeting Card

I am ready for the cooler weather and thinking and planning for the Fall and those awesome holidays help to cool my frustrations.
A quick and satisfying Halloween Greeting card to the rescue:



The supply list quickly comes together with AlteredPages goodies:
Seasonal Collage Sheet  
Paper Variety  
Adhesive  
Embellishments  

The AlteredPages collage sheets are a great resource for efficient card assembly. The vintage images are darling.
Here are the items I chose to use:



I adhered the trimmed image to dark paper.



I created a window in another piece of patterned paper and adhered that over the image.



Trimmed it down some more and added a diecut tree.


Creepy, but not too creepy. More embellies please:



I adhered this card front to a folded plain card and there you have it. Easy peasy!!



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Ciao for now,
-Trish Alger

Comments

  1. I love romantic nostalgic Hallowe'en cards and images - this is terrific. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. so simple yet so great! THANKS Trish.

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  3. Your card would make a great book cover, too. It's adorable.

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  4. Your card would make a great book cover, too. It's adorable.

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  5. Your card would make a great book cover, too. It's adorable.

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  6. p.s. love how you hid the points of color with your pearls!

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