Friday, July 24, 2009

Crafty Secrets Postcards Make & Take

Tonite I'm posting the last of my Crafty Secrets Halloween postcards, that will debut at CHA next week. I hope that you all will be in Orlando for the consumer part of the show! I'll be doing a make and take with these little postcards at the Splitcoast booth from 9-11am on Saturday at the show, so if you want to come and play, I'd LOVE to see you there!

I think Sandy already showed these on the Crafty blog, so you may have already seen them. But I thought I'd post them here for those that didn't link over.

I love how vintage Halloween decorations always have some form of fine antique glass glitter on them, so I decided to add glitter around the edges of the postcards for sparkle. I always use the Martha Stewart glitter from Michael's; it truly gives a vintage look to everything.

Here's the back of the postcard. Each kit comes with little postmark stamps and fun little seasonal images to color in!
For this cat image, I attached a chipboard star so that it dangles from the bottom of the postcard. The image sheets come with fun Halloween words that work great for doing collage on the front!
So I'm off to CHA, so I'll be missing in action for a week in Orlando. Hope to see you there!



MaGoooo said...

CUTE!!! These are just adorable Zappa!! I also LOVE your little visitor to your cup!!

K said...

I had such a great time at CHA and it was so fun to meet you! I know we kept bumping into each other in the Crafty Secrets booth...I couldn't stay out of your way :). I also had a blast at the make and take with the vintage postcards. I've got to get my hands on more of these when the kits come out. Fantastic!

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