Thursday, October 21, 2010

Eclips Halloween card

Hello and hope your Thursday is off to a great start. Well, yesterday I took out my Eclips machine and thought I'd try out some of the features that I haven't used yet. Which is the reason I chose to cut this haunted house. I like the fact that I can pick and choose which embellishment I want to cut and not have to waste any paper. It was so easy and everything fit perfectly as I put the colored pieces on the house.It made a big difference as you can see in this next photo. I wanted it to look dimensional, and not flat.
The haunted house and bats were cut from the Holiday cartridge.
The yellow background paper is embossed using the Tim Holtz Halloween night & poison folder set. The fence is also a Tim Holtz edge die called "on the fence". And the border punch is by EK Success and I can't remember the name.
Sorry if the photos look dark but I took them in my kitchen and today there is no sun.
Thanks for stopping by today and hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

7 comments:

Sue from Oregon said...

Oh such a fun, detailed Halloween card! Absolutely love it!

Joy said...

S...W...E...E...T...! love that you got to make this with an Eclips machine! great card and love the house. You are definitely on a roll for Halloween! is this your favorite holiday too? have a wonderful weekend!

Lynn said...

Oh my Cheryl, that's a great looking card! I love the images and color combinations. The Eclips machine is now definitely on my wish list.

Berenice R. said...

Awesome card! Thanks for sharing :)

Janis said...

Love this halloween card! I love the way you embossed the yellow paper! It totally adds dimension! TFS! Have a great week!

Creative Grammie said...

Hi Cheryl;
Hope all is well with you. As usual, you sound very busy. I love your Halloween card. Eclips huh; have to check that machine out.
Your treat containers are so cute! I love that spider with the oh so fashionably large hat...I think I have a hat just like that, it just doesn't fit me. Hehehe

Teri said...

This card turned out so cute! Too bad I'll never own that machine!

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