Sep 30, 2010


I have a quick post today. I didn't feel well and really need some rest. The blog will be quiet for a while. Hopefully I can try to post once ever few days and get back soon.

**I have the winner of my blog candy-----[ISHA]
(I can't find your email on your blog. Can you please email me your mailing address. Thanks.)

Made this card a while ago. Try to enter it last minute for Hero Arts September 2nd round Challenge and for Caardvarks CAS Challenge.

Thanks for stopping by and I appreciated all your comment. I enjoy readying all your answers of my give away. This is fun and I will definitely to have another one.

Sep 24, 2010

Friday 2nd post

Happy Friday!!! It's been a busy week and I enjoy every moment of it. Thank you all for stopping by and give support to my pair up with Michelle posts. Very appreciated.
Here is my second post. Caardvarks is running a CAS challenge till October 3rd. Guest who is the sponsor ..............That's tight, HERO ARTS. Oh~ the prize is so yummy and I want it. Hope you can find some time to play along.

Here is my first one, there are more to come. (Happen to need a baby girl card which gives me the idea.) Sorry for a bad picture. The texture of the paper is really hard to shoot. You can get a clearer and bigger look by clicking the picture.

Pair up with Michelle Day5

Welcome to the Day5 Pair up with Michelle. Today is a share card day and I can use any Hero Arts stamp. I am in the Halloween mood so I pick CL239 Owl-ween again.

Day5 Shape card, Here is my take.
Stamp: CL239 Owl-ween; S5101 Rain Drop background
  • Die cut card base from Pattern paper
  • Stamp rain drop and ghost on white cardstock, cut out and pop off with foam tape
  • Die-cut BOO and pop off with foam tape
Check out Michelle's blog Here.

Thank you all for the sweet comments. I am very appreciated. I had so much fun. Before you go, don't forget the new blog candy Here.

Sep 23, 2010

Me again

I forgot today is the last for WMSC15 Challenge. I like this sketch and really want to play.  Hope you are not tired of me yet. I use the Color Q Challenge CQC#51

I use Delightful Dahlia set from Papertrey Ink.  Here is my take. I emboss the flower with yellow embossing powder and rub Mustard Seed, Dried Marigold and Fired Brick Distress ink to create the gradient look. 

Thursday 2nd post

I have a quick Thursday2nd post. So glad it's Friday tomorrow. I am meeting someone and very excited. Got to make sure I have full charged camera with me. Will share this happy news with you later this week.

Made this card for Card Patterns Sketch#82 and Color Throwdown#111. using my PTI stamp. I had hard time putting everything together but happy with the final result.

Stamp: (Year of Flower:Rose, Polka Dot Basics II) Papertrey Ink
Dye ink: (Rose Bud; New Sprout) Tsukineko
Pigment ink: (Coffee Bean) Tsukineko

  • Stamp polka dots on white CS. Stamp rose and leave and cut out. 
  • Punch scallop border, trim and adhere on card
  • Adhere doily, rose, leaves, 
  • Die cut frame and stamp sentiment,pop off with foam tape
  • Tie on ribbon and add gems

Pair up with Michelle Day4

Welcome to Day4 Pair up with Michelle post. Today, we use CG128 Three Flowers. I also enter this card for Wplus9 Color Cue 8 challenge and Get Sketchy#56.

Day 4 CG128 Three Flowers , Here is my take.

  • Make card from white cardstock, trim all panels, mat. Dry emboss green panel, adhere. 
  • Stamp flower on white panel, adhere
  • Stamp flower petal on red PP and stamp leaves on green PP, cut out and adhere. 
  • Stamp again on red and yellow cardstock, cut out and adhere on the flower. 
  • Add Antique Linen Distress Stickles in the center and adhere the whole flower on card front.
  • Stamp sentiment on trimmed vellum with black pigment ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. Adhere with vellum tape. Add drew drops.

Thanks for stopping by. I have a blog candy giveaway Here.

Sep 22, 2010

Wednesday 2nd post and blog candy

Hi there. 2nd post today. First I want to announce my blog candy winner......Ayana. I email you.

I did warm you that this is going to be a [2nd post] week. You are going to like this one because this is the Blog Candy post. I am giving out a new CG107 Floral Garden Cling stamp.

Here is some reminding:
**Leave a comment on this post for this prize. I will only draw on this post. I want to know: {What's your favorite color when you craft? }

**You have to be a follower to my blog.

**You have until Wednesday September 29, 2010 to enter to win.

I would very much appreciate it if you would mention my giveaways this week on your blog, facebook, twitter your choice. You do not have to do a separate post about it or even share photos maybe just mention it with a link. I will do this small giveaway more in the future. Come back often.

Pair up with Michelle Day3

Welcome to Day 3 pair up with Michelle post. Today, we use CL238 Owl-Christmas stamp set. I am using the One sheet box Template from Split Coast Stampers. I made this bag use a 8x11" paper with no cutting and tape. Only scoring. Amazing, right? The moment I finish my bag I am in love with it. You got to give it a try. Alright, enough rumbling.

Day 3 CL238 Owl Christmas. Here is my take.
Make the box as instruction. Stamp the S5034 Flourish background with watermark ink and emboss with Winter Wonderland embossing powder. (There is a bit glitter in the powder. It's really beautiful in person and hope you can see in the picture.)
Die cut red and white circle. Stamp the sentiment and stamp the "flowers" in a row. Adhere together and adhere on front. Add embellishment and tie on ribbon. This is a project good for mass-product. 

TFL~ I will be back later for my 2nd post today to announce the new blog candy.
Check out Michelle's blog Here. TFL~

Sep 21, 2010

Tuesday 2nd post

I have a feeling that it's going to be a 2nd post weekend. Haha~~
I made this card for The Play Date cafe Challenge PDCC47. I haven't use this butterfly stamp set for a while and I am glad it fits this challenge. Sorry for a bad picture. It's a cloudy day and lighting is not good. I had hard time get a clear shot. I will try again in the afternoon. Wish my luck to get a good lighting.

I run the white card base through my Big Shot with Sizzix emboss folder. Die cut 4 color scallop square and white emboss the butterfly on it. Die cut the turquoise eyelet lace border from Papertrey ink and die cut the oval and scallop oval for sentiment.

Thank for stopping by. Stay tune, I have a give away coming up tomorrow.

Pair up with Michelle Day2

Hello, Welcome to my Pair up with Michelle Day2. Today we use CL239 Owl-ween. I want to have some fun with this set and I make a gift bag using an envelope from Lisa's tutorial Here. I am telling you. I am in love with this quick and easy bag. You can save tune of time to embellish it and easy for mass product.

Day2 CL239 Owl-ween. Here is my take. I use the bag and spider and use the sentiment from CL353 Happy Halloween.
My BIG monster bag with his little one on the side. (Hope you can get my joke.) I stamp the sentiment with the hand-traced with Spellbinders inverted scalloped square to create a mouth. a spider nose and blacked jiggle eyes. It makes me smile when I see it and hopefully it gives you some smile as well.

Check out Michelle's blog Here. TFL~
Last day for a blog candy. Here TFL~

Sep 20, 2010

2nd post today

2nd post today for some challenge. One card for three challenge. I made this one for Embellish Magazine Paper Piecing Challenge and for Skipping Stone Design SSD042 and enter the last minute Paper Craft September Gallery Challenge.

Quick post. Have to run to the post office. I use the color and paper piecing technique for Embellishment Magazine and use the sketch from Skipping Stone Design.

Pair up with Michelle Day1

Morning. Today is the Day1 for my Pair up Challenge with Michelle. For 5 days posting. From Day1- Day4 we will use the same stamp set to create a card or project and day 5 we have a surprise for you. 

Day1 CL265 Adorable Baby Girl ,Here is my take
I choose to make a gift bag instead a card. Did I tell you I am into the bags recently. Brown and  pink is one of my favorite color combo. I also combine my favorite kraft. I emboss the tree with white embossing powder and color the heart with glitter pen. Under the sentiment, I stamp the flower with light pink. Isn't this cute for a shower party favor?

Make sure to hop over Michelle's blog Here. TFL~
Don't forget to become my follower and comment on this post to win a blog candy. Here

Sep 16, 2010

Fall Project

Today is the last day of Hero Arts September Challenge first round. I have a card and a gift box to share. I am into making boxes/tag/gift card holder recently. Hopefully I will have more to show you soon.

First, is the  gift box. I really like this rdesign. I found this Gable Box tutorial Here on Splitcoast Stamper's blog. It's easy to follow and really fun. Hope you will give it a try.
YES! My new Hero Arts CL457 Real Leaves stamp set arrived yesterday. I have to play with it. It's so beautiful and the first time I saw it I knew I have to have one.  Here it is!!
I find it easier to stamp before you cut out all the score line. Follow the instruction to score lines on a 8x11 kraft cardstock. I stamp the leaves with different pigment ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. Stamp the S5447 Large Plain Pattern background with white ink. Cut out and add adhere as instruction to assemble the box. Stamp another leave on scrap paper. Cut out and distress the edge with distress ink.
Die cut tag and stamp the sentiment. For the leave, I stamp it once on scrap paper before I stamp on the tag to have a lighter color. Tie on ribbon , attach tag and adhere leave with glue dot. What a beautiful gift box!

Second is a card made with sketch from Waltzing Mouse Sketch Challenge WMSC#14 and enter this one for wee Memories Challenge#22 Fall into Autumn. 
I use the real leave set to create the background. For the background I am inspired by Talented Joy's card here.

I pull out my distress inks and dab them on my craft sheet. (LOVE it. It makes this coloring skill so easy.) Mix the color. Dip the maple leave stamp into the color pool and stamp on white cardstock. Repeat and change stamps. Finally, rub the card with Tea Dye and Antique Linen and Bundled Sage. Distress the edge before adhere on card base. Trim a pattern paper panel and adhere on the left side. Adhere ribbon. Hand sew the buttons with twine. Stamp the leave again on scrap paper. Stamp sentiment and cut out. Pop off with foam tape.

Sep 15, 2010

Winner and new candy

Sorry for the late post and this will be a quick one.

First! We have a winner of my blog are not gonna believe this. The winner is my dear Hero Arts friend, Rosemary. Congratulations, I flickr you.

Second! I have a card to share. I made this one for Card Patterns Sketch81. Also use the color from this week's Color Throwdown#110 Some how the god wood stamp jumped into my head when I saw this sketch. This is my finished card. All stamp Hero Arts.
I didn't put a supply list and instruction. Feel free to let me know if you have any question. I will try to answer ASAP.

Another giveaway. Hero Arts CL429 Simple Handmade stamp. The thimble is too cute.
Here are few reminders:
**You have to be a follower to my blog.

**Leave a comment on this post for this prize. I will only draw on this post.

**You have until Wednesday September 22, 2010 to enter to win.

I would very much appreciate it if you would mention my giveaways this week on your blog, facebook, twitter your choice. You do not have to do a separate post about it or even share photos maybe just mention it with a link. I will do this small giveaway more in the future. Come back often.
****This give away is closed. **** 

Sep 14, 2010


Hi everyone, sorry it's been quiet for few days on the blog. I was working really hard on Hero Arts , Operation Write Home. It's sunch an great even and happy to be part of it. You can see all my card in my Flickr album Here.
You can always send cards to our Heroes. Check all the details HERE.

I had this idea for PDCC46 in my head over the weekend. Even though I am still covering from all the the weekend hard work. I just have to make this one.

I made a wedding set. A card and a pillow favor box holder. Sentiment are from CL360 Best Wishes and CL342 Everyday Saying. Background pink paper is clear embossed with S5264 Antique Flower Background stamp. I die cut and emboss the black frame from Cuttlebug Damask Frame set. Add MS black glitter and adhere on pink panel.Die cut label and stamp sentiment with watermark ink. Emboss with detail black embossing powder. Add white tulle and gems.

For the Pillow favor box. Die cut label from embossed pink cardstock. Black damask die cut is also add black glitter. Thanks for stopping by.

I will announce the blog candy winner and new candy tomorrow.

Sep 10, 2010

Operation Write Home and Hero Arts Bash

Hero Arts is hosting Virtual Card Making Party Challenge with Operation Write Home from today to Sunday. You have the whole weekend to play along. There are tons of challenges, games and prize to win. You can find all the details on Hero Arts Flickr Master list Here

Here are few rules to follow:
  • Create a card and post it in the Hero Arts Flickr group.
  • Include the tag “OWHbash” on each card you create and you’ll be entered for random prizes from Hero Arts!
  • Link the card to the challenge thread that you are playing in.  
  • The deadline will be Sunday, September 12 at 11:59pm PST. Play anytime between Friday morning and Sunday night!
  • Check back on Monday, September 13 for the prize announcements.
  • Send your cards to Operation Write Home. Shipping information here: 
Also please keep the following Operation Write Home guidelines in mind:
- No glitter. It can cause soldiers to be detectable in night vision.
- Standard size A2 cards are preferred (4.25 x 5.5”)
- If the card base is a dark color, please line the inside with light colored paper to make it easier for the troops to write in.
- Include the words “Operation Write Home” on the back of each card.
- More helpful information from OWH can be found at

Here are my two cards. (I had a rough morning and didn't make enough. I want to boost up to play with all the challenges. See you there.)
First one Sending love butterfly for Use your Stash Challenge

Second one Blue and silver Xmas for Blue and Silver Challenge

Sep 8, 2010

Tiffany Doodles

I made this card for my niece, Ally who is 4 and half now. She is super smart and with a kind heart. She loves dancing and singing and barbie. Guess what's her favorite color, that's right, PINK. She just started her ballet class. My sister told me the first day she got her tutu. She hasked to wear it right away and can't stop spinning. OH~ What a happy child. I love her so much.

I made this card for her because she is in class lily. I don't have a lily stamp actually and when I browse the net try to find one, I found a digital stamp and also a color challenge of Tiffany Doodles. Use pink, cream and light green. You have until September 30th to enter.

I use her freebie, Daylily. This is exactly what I want. So pretty.

Trim pattern paper from K&Company call, Brenda Walton Small Wonder Girl and adhere on white card base. Punch two borders with EK Success border punch call, Daisy Scallop from white cardstock. Adhere on card base and tie on pink polka dot ribbons.

I print the daylily on a white card stock and color with Wild Honey and Scattered Straw Distress ink. Add detail with green and brown markers. Spread pearl water(Perfect Pearls mix with water, sorry it's hard to see in the picture.) Cut out the lily and pop off on die cut scallop oval with foam tape. Adhere on card front. Add pink pearl and punched butterfly from Martha Stewart punch.

Thanks for stopping by. Don't forget to become my follower to win a beautiful stamp here.

WMSC13 & few more Challenges

Hi, I have 2nd post today. I've been working on this one since last night and finally finish it now. How I love Halloween!!! All the sticking color and spooky stuff.
I made this card using Waltzing Mouse Sketch Challenge WMSC13. They have a super talented team and lots of  amazing entries. I've been missing the deadline so many time. Not this time.

I also enter this one for Paper craft September Challenge, Embellish Magazine: Square color challenge, and Hero Arts September theme:Fall(Halloween).

Make card base. Trim eye ball PP and adhere on card. Die cut purple inverted scallop square and stamp background with watermark ink, adhere on card. Die cut square from polka dot PP, attach green brads and adhere. Die cut white circles and stamp ghost owl, sentiment and background. Color the feet with marker and add jiggly eye. Tie on raffia trim and adhere sentiment circle.

I use Hero Arts CL239 Owl-ween stamp set and CL353 Happy Halloween sentiment. also create the background using CG125 friend Definition. The eye balls pattern paper is from Cloud 9 design call Harvest Holiday.

I've seen seen Ashley Cannon Newell  use raffia trim for a while and always want to try it out. You can see her card here, here and here. She is Queen of embellishment and I learn so much from her. (I got mine from my left over L'occitane package. Free~)

Wee and Mojo

My card is featured on Color Throw Down#108. Hooray~~

Have a quick post today. I made this card for Wee Memories Challenge#21 : Wee Ones! and using the sketch from Mojo Monday Mojo115.

This cutie is from Hero arts Cling stamp CG167 Happy Girls. Sentiments from CL153 Happy Day Animal and CL261 Woodland creature. I paper piecing the pink dress and add glossy accent on her shoes and bow.
Please let me know if you need any material information.

Close up. You can see the glossy accents.

Sep 7, 2010

PDCC45 and a giveaway

Happy Tuesday. I hope you all have a great Labor Day weekend. Mine is quiet, slow and nice. I get to craft a little bit which makes me happy. I have some good news to share. This sewing machine card is the SUPER 6 of Card Patterns Sketch 79. This owl card is the Fabulous Four of Wee Memories. WOOHOO~

Today I am sharing a card I made for The Play Date Cafe Challenge PDCC45. I've seen lots of crafters using doilies and wrinkle ribbon/ in their project. I've been wanted to give a try and finally make it happen. If you want to know how to make the wrinkle ribbon. Lynn has a great tutorial here.

Here is my card. The red pattern paper from DCWV Amber Autumn Fall stack Collection. I color the doily with Scattered Straw Distress ink and adhere on card base. Cut a slit on the side of the card and thread ribbon through the center. Adhere the cork with a scrip paper and die cut a scallop circle. Stamp sentiment ( -->Hero Arts CL283 Scroll Frame And Messages  ) with watermark ink and emboss with yellow embossing powder. Pop off the cork with foam tape. Adhere bows and roses.

Note:I adhere the cork on a scrip paper because the cork is woo thin and too soft. It makes it easier to pop off with foam tape.

Today I have a little giveaway. I got this giveaway idea from super talented and sweet Anita , Crafty Girl Designs. She has 5 small giveaways for 5 people to win and I really like the idea. I copy most of the rules from Anita because she pretty much got all the details covered. Thank you Anita for a great idea.
I LOVE this Rose Background cling stamp from Hero Arts. I use it to make this card. I have an extra on hand and want to share this with my blog friends.

Here are few reminders:
**You have to be a follower to my blog.

**Leave a comment on this post for this prize. I will only draw on this post.
**You have until Monday September 13, 2010 to enter to win.

I would very much appreciate it if you would mention my giveaways this week on your blog, facebook, twitter your choice.  You do not have to do a separate post about it or even share photos maybe just mention it with a link. I will do this small giveaway more in the future. Come back often.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving me the kind comments. Very much appreciated.
(Giveaway closed. We have a winner. Check back often and more to come.)

Sep 5, 2010

Weekend project

Happy weekend. How is everyone is long weekend so far, hope all is good. The weather is not as bad as the report which really makes me happy. It's too soon to end Summer in early September, right?

We went out to do some shopping and it was crazy out there. We decide to have a quiet day at home and I use my time to make some cards.

First is for Moxie Fab World Tuesday Trigger:Light & Bright. I am inspired by the color of sofa and chairs with a little bit of flowers on the table. Try to keep it clean and simple.

 I start from scoring two line on both top and button of my white card base. Give it a bit texture. Die cut label from two cardstock and adhere together. Die cut raspberry strip and adhere on label. Draw white dots along the edge , stamp sentiment and adhere on card base. Tie on ribbon. Stamp flower from CL374 Big And Small Flowers with water mark ink and emboss with white embossing powder. Cut out and pop off on card with foam tape.

2nd is for OTWC Challenge#23. I am inspired by the Chandelier and the wedding theme. I really want a bold and exaggerate card. I think I have it.

Stamp the S5264 Antique Flower Background with Black ink on red card base. Stamp H5327 Small Chandelier and sentiment from CL360 Best Wishes set with watermark ink and emboss with black fine emboss powder. Color gems with blue marker and adhere on card. Adhere ruffled black ribbons.
I learn how to ruffle the ribbon from super talented Ashley Cannon Newell. She has a great video tutorial. Got to check it out.

Final one is made for Paper Craft September Challenge feature newsprint, ledger paper and vintage text......
I LOVE my Hero Arts CG179 Rose Background.
First run my beige card base throw my Big Shot with my new Sizzix emboss folder, Starring Night#2. Love love this folder, it covers the entire A2 card. I mean entire.
Trim beige and kraft strip, pinch corner. Stamp CG125 Friends Definition with Rich Cocoa Dye ink on kraft one. Sentiment CL156 Treasure The Moment with the same ink and adhere together with foam tape and adhere on card base. For the rose, I stamp the roses on white cardstock with Rich Cocoa Dye ink and color the flowers and leaves with Distress ink from Ranger. (Mustard Seed, Wild Honey, Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint) Cut out and adhere on card with foam type. Love how the color blends together and turn into a soft tune rose.

(All Stamps from Hero Arts) TFL~

Sep 3, 2010

Second post today

This my 2nd post. I have two cards for challenges to share.
First one is made for Hero Arts:Halloween and Simon says: Lace &pearl challenge. 
I use stamp Hero Arts S5264 Antique Flower background on red card base with Champagne Watermark ink. Punch out lace border with Martha Stewart border punch and adhere on card base. Tie on ribbon.
Stamp the witch with Memories Dye ink once on scrap paper then stamp on die cut oval. Stamp sentiment from CL353 Happy Halloween set with watermark ink and emboss with detail embossing powder. Die cut scallop oval, set black glitter and adhere with stamped image. Pop off with foam tape on card front. Add ruby pearls.

2nf is for Wee Memories Challenge#20 : In the forest. When I see forest, the first thing jump in my mind is owl. I dig out my owl stamp CL415 Sweet Owl to complete this card.
Stamp Hero Arts S5435 Graph Background with white ink on kraft card base. Punch scallop border from FISKARS border punch, adhere on pattern paper strip and adhere on card base. Stamp tree from LP132 Three Design Leaves with two inks. Stamp owl with memento, color with markers and cut out. Die cut circle from Thin Cherry Really Wood(I got mine at Michael's). Pop off die cut wood circle with foam tape and owl on card front. Put alphabet sticker from October Afternoon Thrift Shop. Add jiggly eye.

Thanks for looking and have a wonderful weekend.

Made with LOVE

Happy Friday!! It's a very happy Friday for me. I woke up this morning and found a happy mail in my box. My first acceptance of Paper Crafts Magazine in Stamp it! Techniques. I can't tell you how happy I am and it feels great that all the hard work pay off.

I am sharing a happy card today with you. Made with love.

Trim the burlap and glue on kraft card base and tamp sentiment. Then stamp the flower on white card stock and pattern paper. Cut out the petals on pattern paper and piecing on cut out big flower. Attach fabric brad and adhere the flower on burlap.

Note: Be very patient when cut out the petals. I cut the big one first. Whenever I cut out one petal, I glue it right on the spot. They all look the same and this saves a lot of "puzzle" them together if you mix them up.

TFL~ Have a great long weekend.

Cardstock: (kraft, white) Papertrey ink  Patterned paper: (Celebrate) Me&my Big Ideas  Cling stamp: (Stencil Flower) Hero Arts  Clear stamp: (sentiment from So Artsy set) Hero Arts  Pigment ink: (Midnight black, Coffee bean) Tsukineko 
Accents: (ribbon brad) K&company  Fabric: (burlap)

Sep 2, 2010

Thank you

Made this card last night for few challenges. I am using Color Throwdown CTD108, and for Really Reasonable Ribbon's Challenge:Flower+ribbon.
I use Hero Arts CL443 Good Thought set. Sentiment from CL435 So Artsy.
Make A2 kraft card base and trim light yellow cardstock. Round both corners. Adhere together. Stamp the flower background on coffee cardstock with watermark ink. Emboss with Sunny Yellow Pastel embossing powder. Round corner and adhere on card front. Cut a slit on card base, thread ribbon and tie a bow.
Stamp the big flower on white CS and clear emboss. Rub Brushed Corduroy Distress ink with blending tool to do emboss resist. Cut out and attach pearl brad. Adhere flower on ribbon with glue dots. Add pearls.
Stamp sentiment on light yellow card piece and adhere on coffee cardstock. Pop off on card front with foam tape.
Close up to see the colored flower center. I use Clear Star Gelly Roll from SAKURA.

Sep 1, 2010

2 sketch Challenge

I will post the pictures first and will be back later for the details and supplies.
Hi, I am back~ I have 2 cards to share today. One for each sketch challenge.
First one for Card Patterns Sketch#79
I use Hero Arts, sewing machine and sentiment from CL446 Sew Artsy set and bobbins from CL397 Sew Original set. Pattern paper from October Afternoon Thrift shop. I stamp the bobbins on cream cardstock and cut out. Round up the color threads. Glue on kraft card base.
Stamp sewing machine and sentiment on Rustic cream cardstock and pattern paper. Cut out and piecing on the main image. Color the details with markers and adhere on trimmed pattern paper. Adhere punched out border. Tie on ribbon. Adhere the focal panel on card base with foam tape. Add black pearl.

Close up to see the bobbin detail inspired by Lucy. You can see all her fantastic creations here.

2nd card for Get Sketchy#53
I made this one for Hero arts new September challenge theme:Halloween. I use new set CL468 Frightful. This is such a fun card. I am smiling the whole time when I cut out the embossed ghost. When I saw the cloud on the Halloween of New 2010 Jingle all the way release photos during the CHA week. I am in love with it right away. I got to make a card with this idea.

Stamp the cloud with Grey ink. Stamp the tree on orange card base twice and on the Grey card panel. Mat the stamped panel on black cardstock and adhere on card base. Stamp the ghost with watermark ink on white card stock and use detail black embossing powder.Cut out and pop off on card base with foam tape. Stamp the mouse with watermark ink on orange CS and emboss with black embossing powder.
Punch out. Die cut scallop circle and adhere mouse on it. Die cut a white circle and stamp sentiment. Attach with black brad. 

The BOO sentiment circle can be open. There is a hidden mouse inside. Close up of the embossed mouse.

I embossed the ghost and pop off with foam tape.
Don't forget to become my follower and help to spread the news.  I have a give away a the way once I hit 100 followers. Thanks~