I've been creating several Halloween cards recently just for the fun of it and I think it is even more fun when I can enter them into more than one challenge. I was inspired by a card by Julia Stainton at CASE Studies Challenge # 113 and created this card featuring an Artiste cut spider web which I had been wanting to try. CAS-ual Fridays challenge this week is to have something over the edge so I moved my web to the left so I could enter it here also. Then I remembered I had the eyeball ribbon which qualified this card for Really Reasonable Ribbon #58. I might as well enter it into Wendy Coffman's Friday Favorites Linky Party also!
The card elements:
Artiste spider web cut from page 76 accent 4 at 2.5"; the spider was cut from green holographic paper at 1.5" from page 77 of the Artiste handbook. The spider eyes are from Licorice Opaques Adhesive Gems from Close To My Heart. The background paper is from a retired paper pack called Hooligans and the greeting is from the Thriller stamp set--also CTMH and retired. I found the eyeball ribbon (isn't that fun?) at Michael's 2 years ago.
Here is thedesign inspiration for my card from CASE Study Challenge #113:
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