Let’s just say, this card was Cat’s idea, and it’s all about the “boo.”
Cat had been nudging me to feature him on a Halloween card. After all, he reasoned, he was a black cat for Halloween, when Stampin’ Up! introduced the Cat Punch a while ago. I agreed, as long as we could use the Fusion challenge sketch and colors.
Cat was excited to make a “boo-ti-ful” tree, and found the tree die in the Sweet Silhouettes die set. The tree was cut from a piece of See A Silhouette Designer Series Paper, giving it a pretty pattern.
“Boo” was made with Hand-Lettered Prose Dies, also cut from See A Silhouette DSP. This DSP happens to be the one I used for photographing.
It was cat’s clever idea to hang the letters in the tree. He plans to hide behind the wall, and pounce on anyone who gets near. Cat thinks “boo” is giving trick-or-treaters fair warning.
Using the Fusion sketch as a guide, cat’s wall was made with Whisper White Cardstock, cut with a Stitched Rectangles die, and embossed with the Brick & Mortar embossing folder.
The background for the scene is Whisper White Cardstock on a Pumpkin Pie card base. Nothing says Halloween like orange and black, and a black cat.
Thank you for stopping by. I know Cat is happy to show you his “boo-ti-ful” tree. He doesn’t want to scare anyone too badly, and said I should have lots of candy for the trick-or-treaters.
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