Mischief & Mayhem

Happy Friday my fellow bloggers, and welcome to another Cardz TV Stamps challenge with the Go To Galz.  This week we're all about Ghosts and Goblins as we eek a bit closer to Halloween.  And I have to tell ya that our ladies created some really awesome projects this week that you will not want to miss!
As you can see I created a card for my project.  And while it was an easy put together I think it packs a nice little punch for Halloween.
I used Gypsy Wanderings for my skeleton head.
For the rosette I cut two strips of 2 1/2" x 12" paper and scored at every 1/4 inch.  I then worked my myriad of folds, joined the ends , fluffed it up and realized I made too large a rosette.  So I gently cut across a couple of my folds and removed a section of paper, rejoined my ends and tried again.  This time it was the perfect size so I cut a couple of squares to hold my centers in place, glued them down and placed a book on top to hold it all in place. 

Once that was done I added my background paper - My Mind's Eye Halloween Scary Sparkles mat stack.  Oh and lest I forget my rosette was made using a printed paper from 2007 called Orange Skeletons from Masterpiece Studios. 
The stamped sentiment is from the newly released stamp set "Trick or Treat".
And now that you've seen my take on this week's challenge be sure to check out the others by clicking on the link above.  Then be sure to create your own project, link up, and play along with us.


Creative M said...

Spooky Cute!!
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Sharon said...

This is great Barbara!! Love the papers and that rosette!! :)

Joan Smith said...

Your card is so wicked awesome you really did created a very spooky card and very cleverly I might add. Good Job!!

Sarah said...

Awesome card-- love that rosettee--must admit I've never created one...but this looks awesome!

Mimi said...

Great project! Love it!

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Jeri said...

Sorry I'm so late getting here with my comment. I'm having some computer and internet issues. Driving me crazy. I love the impact of that skull on the rosette and then you have the perfect background paper, too.

Rachelle said...

I am sorry I am getting here late, but wanted to stop by and say very cute card. love the rosette..