Sunday, October 3, 2010

Adult Halloween/Birthday Card

My friend Jeff's birthday is October 31st, so I had a great time making him a halloween/Birthday card. Every year when we celebrate his birthday, when he sees me he says "Hey Trick, where's my treat?" So this year when I was contemplating a card for him, I decided to tease him with his own humor.

I got the sketch from Jitterbuggin, and went from there!

I cut out my girl, ghost, hair and bikini from the Paper Doll Dress Up cart at 3 in. I then cut out the bag and candy from Doodlecharms at 2 in, and added some star bling. I did this as a z-fold card-which is my first! I had been thinking of making one, and when looking at the sketch I could see a gatefold, I knew that this fold would work as well.
I am entering this card in these challenges:
Jitterbuggin- recipe, sketch- Halloween
Cricut Cardz- z-fold
Stampavie- More than one fold
One Stitch at a time- Spooky Halloween


  1. Ha ha,love the name of your blog, how true huh lmao...Your card is adorable and I'm sure Jeff is going to love it, it really is a treat :) - thank you for sharing with us at OSAAT - hope to see you again - good luck

    stitchy xoxox

  2. HA HAHAHAHA that second card is tooo cute. They are all adorable though.

  3. These are great! I love the humor too.

  4. Too, this is just great for the challenge!

  5. Very clever and cute! Thanks for playing along with us at CCC!

  6. HAHAHA, that's great! Amazing! Thanks for playing along at CCC!

  7. .... and what will he choose???? Fabulous card Beth, so clever.
    Thankyou for entering this into the Spooky challenge at OSAAT this week. Luv Brenda xxx

  8. That is adorable! I would have never thought to make the ghost lift up. Awesome idea!! Thanks for playing at CCC! :) Janis

  9. Great card, I am sure he will love it. Thnaks for joining us at OSAAT this week

  10. Your card is so cute. I love the candy going up the side. Good luck in the challenge.

  11. Your card is really cute and funny!! I know your friend is going to love it!!

    Lots of Cricut love,