Here's some close-ups of each panel:
- Papers - patterned paper from ATD - Spookytown Collection; cardstocks by Recollections
- Cricut Cuts - background panels from Elegant Edges, page 25; all other cuts from Mini Monsters - spider, page 54; ghost, page 42; pumpkin, page 61; spider web, page 74; trees, page 73; fence, page 72; "icky", page 28; "spooky", page 42; "creepy", page 31
- Embossing - pumpkin with Cuttlebug's Distressed Stripes; spider belly with Cuttlebug's Spots & Dots; spider's bow with The Paper Studio's Doodle Borders
- Other - pre-made glitter bow by Momentum; inking with black Stampabilities ink pad, green and purple Colorbox ink pads, and ultramarine and butterscotch Le Plume II markers; buttons and petal embellishments by Recollections; googly eyes from Target $1 Spot; spider, spider's bow, ghost, and pumpkin on pop-dots
I hope you like my project. It's definitely the most ambitious Cricut adventure I've had since my retreat last month. And now I'm in the Halloween spirit!
I'm entering this project in the following challenges:
BBTB2: Crafty Sprouts Contest - Halloween Project with Purple
Cooking with Cricut: Challenge #56 - Purple and Green
Cricut 360º: Spooky Halloween Blog Hop & Challenge
Decorate to Celebrate: Challenge #11 - Halloween Party
My Sheri Crafts: Challenge #71 - It's the Great Pumpkin!
Paper Playtime: Challenge #58 - Say It with Sentiments - Use Buttons and Bows