Thursday, September 11, 2014

Halloween Mouse

Hello My Friends,

I know that today is a sad day for everyone with the anniversary of 911, so I wanted to post something to help cheer everyone up.  We will never forget this day in our American History!  So here is my card and I hope it makes you smile today!!

For this A2 card I started with a piece of purple cardstock for the base of the card.  Next I stamped my House Mouse Trick or Cheese stamp in black ink on some white stamping paper and I colored it with Copic markers and then fussy cut it out and set it aside while I put the rest of the card together.  I used my Poppystamp Spider Web Border die and cut it out with silver glitter paper and put that on the top of the card.  Then I used my circle punch to cut out the moon using some yellow glitter paper.  I used some black shimmer paper to cut out the Boo on the moon using my Die-Versions Metropolis Font.  Next I cut out my Die-Versions Sweet Spots Owl Family die in black paper and added that to the card.  Then I used some more of the black shimmer paper to cut out the fence using my Spellbinders D-Lites Wrought Iron die. Then I took my little cheesy mouse and pop-dotted him in front of the fence.  I really like the way this Halloween card turned out.  I hope I cheered you up even in some small way!

You can find all the dies I used to make this card at the on-line Scrapy Land Store.

I hope I have inspired you to make something fun today!

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. What a great card, Lori! LOVE IT! Your HM character sets the sweet tone, and those dies are now all in my "I neeeeed those" criteria! LOL My favorite is the owl trio family - so sweet! Darling card. Thank you for explaining the dies, too! hugs, de

  2. This totally makes me smile!! That is the cutest little trick or treating mouse!! I love the Halloween scene you've created!! That spiderweb border is now on my must-have list!! Love this!! Have a great day :)

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