Halloween Inspiration with Eyelet Outlet

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I know everyone is thinking back to school at this time of year, but I want to share some Halloween inspiration so you can place your order with Eyelet Outlet in plenty of time to make your Halloween cards and crafts.  I love making Halloween crafts…it’s right up there with Christmas for me!

Rocker cards are so simple to make, but they command attention as they’re unexpected…and fun!   Just tap on the side and back and forth it goes; just watch those witch’s feet dance!

Halloween|Rocker Card|Eyelet Outlet

The centerpiece of this card is the Witch’s Shoes, new to the store with the Fall Release.  They are surrounded by Mini Candy Corn and Bling Strips, both large (5mm) and small (3mm).  There’s also a medium, 4mm, size; which rounds out the collection.  I used black embroidery floss to “hang” the shoes.

I filled the semi-circle and circle mats with digital patterned paper from the Halloween Hooligans kit by NitWit Collections.  I found the web on the Internet; free clip art; I simply centered it on a circle of white prior to cutting.  As always, I sponged the edges of the pieces for added dimension.  The base and mat for the title were cut from the long retired Orchid Opulence by SU.   I created the title using the Atlas of the Magi font. 

If you’d like to make a Rocker Card, but no sure how or just need a refresher, no worries!  You’ll find the template on the Hints, Tips & Tutorials page

Next up, Spiders!! 

I’m certainly not fond of spiders as a rule, but I sure do love Eyelet Outlet’s version which you can find here.  There are also Mini Spider brads in the store, though I didn’t use them here.  I could see them used in conjunction with the large spider…makes me think of Charlotte’s Web when she had her babies!

Halloween/Card/Spiders|Eyelet Outlet

This trio of spiders is suspended in the opening.  I attached them to clear thread so they appear as if they’re actually moving…hence the EEK!  To allow them to move I attached the panel with mounting tape, creating a 1/16″ space between them and the card base.

I designed this card with just a simple shapes, but I think they combine nicely.  I used Basic Black card stock and digital patterned paper from the Haunted Halloween kit from Peppermint Creative.  For the panel behind the spiders and the title, I color matched them to the patterned paper.  I coated each of the polka dots and the title with Glossy Accents with a little accent of Halloween Bakers Twine to finish off the card

My last card for today features the Black Pearl Bling Strip and the Glitter Black Washi Tape.  I have used this black washi tape a LOT in my crafting and it never seems to run out!  These washi tapes are such a good value!

Halloween|Card|Bat|Eyelet OutletI made this card using a cut file from the Silhouette store; filling it with digital patterned paper from the same Halloween Hooligans kit I used for the first card.  The border of black pearl bling applied beautifully and sticks really well despite all the curves. 

I placed the glitter black washi tape around the perimeter of the card base before attaching the panel.  More washi atop the panel, large enough to extend beyond the opening.  I attached the top panel with mounting tape.

I hope you liked my spooky trio and much as I enjoyed creating them for you.  If you’d like to see additional pictures of the cards, including the sentiments inside, simply click on the images to go to the gallery. 

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  1. Denise Sayers says:

    All so cute. How did you attach the spiders to the string? I am looking forward to going the the Akron Scrapbook Expo in October and seeing more from Eyelet Outlet.

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