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Thursday, November 19, 2009

MCE-October

I know....Halloween is over.....but I wanted to show my October MCE (Monthly Card Exchange) and the card that I received back. We were to make a card that had at least one animal on it. Since it was October..I made the theme into a Halloween card.
The Halloween paper I wanted to use was very thin so I glued it on top of black cardstock. It took a bit to figure out how to get the paper to fall just perfectly but it was worth the effort. I took a photo of the card semi open so you could see circle area on the inside was orange and had stars. When you opened the card.....you had eyes staring at you!!! Hmmmmm I just noticed..the circle area cut out...looks a bit like a monster took a bite LOL.
Products Used: Debbie Mumm Harvest & Holdiay Paper Pack Spa Day Stamp Circle Punch Glue Glider Pro (my new adhesive toy!!!) Kim...sent me the following card. I am in love with her black flowers!!! I need/want to find myself some. They look like Prima flowers. Thank you Kim....I know Halloween is over but I still have your card displayed in the front foyer. Think it is time to take it down since I have Christmas on my mind.... Here is the link to Kim's blog if you would like to check out her other pieces of art! Kim's Kreations..http://kdskreations.blogspot.com/
November's theme is Winter....so stay tuned Thank you for stopping by! Manetta

4 comments:

AZOWEN said...

Just found your blog and am really impressed with your cards. Is there a tutorial on how to make the card with the cut-out card?

Manetta Kanefsky said...

Azowen...I am trying to find it for you!! For the life of me I cannot remember where I found it but I will!!

Manetta Kanefsky said...

Thank you for the nice comments to my cards! I found the name of the card....It is called Magical Marquee Card and I followed a Youtube video to make it. I found one here for you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtVIoK3b0_o
Good luck!!

AZOWEN said...

Thank you for the link to the demo. They were quite easy to follow and once I figured out the placement for the scalloped circle it worked like a charm.