Tuesday, August 7, 2012

H2H Challenge - Sympathy Card - with Moonlight

I was determined that the next card I made would be made with Close To My Heart's Halloween paper - Moonlight. I am not a fan of Halloween but I am determined to show that this paper can be used for other purposes and not just for ghosts and goblins. Wouldn't you know that the first H2H Challenge that comes along is a sympathy card? Probably the most challenging type of card to make, let alone with Halloween paper? But I did it - and it wasn't that difficult because the paper is surprisingly versatile. There is really only one paper in the entire pack that is definitely Halloween-based and that is the one with the owls. The others are all usable in other settings, which is really nice. 
Enjoy, 
Alyson

Supplies used are all Close To My Heart

Paper: Moonlight Paper Pack, Colonial White Cardstock, Sweet Leaf Cardstock, Slate Cardstock
Stamps: Words of Comfort
Inks: Smokey Plum
Accessories: Art Philosophy Cartridge, Haunted Assortment, Slate Satin Polka-Dot Ribbon



10 comments:

  1. Wow, love everything about this card, including your determination to use that darn "Moonlight" paper! The colour-combo is really lovely and the sentiment is just right. Thanks for joining the challenge at H2H.

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  2. Great card and use of Moonlight paper.

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  3. Just beautiful, and the perfect paper for this card!

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  4. What a great use of those papers! Your card is lovely :o)

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  5. Gorgeous card Alyson - the colour combination is stunning! Thanks for playing along at H2H :)

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  6. This is a lovely card...well done! Thanks for participating with us this week at H2H :0)

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  7. Beautiful, thank you for joining us at H2H this week.

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  8. Wow, you are right! Can't even tell that is Halloween paper. Excellent job!

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  9. I love you're card Alyson...I used Moonlight paper for this too, I'll be scraplifting yours!!

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