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Well, I've come back full circle with this one.  What's that, you say?  Full circle?  The card that inspired all 8 of my recent Hallooweeny designs featured transparencies.  You can see Cookie's FAN-TAS-MAGORICAL Halloween design right here: Beware…..

I'd been hanging onto these fun Little Yellow Bicycle transparent die cuts for a YEAR, but Cookie's inspiration pushed me over the edge–I could hoard no longer. *chuckle*

Normally, I'm not a fan of spiders (most especially REAL ones–found a GINORMOUS house spider a few weeks ago that literally had me shrieking.  Ask my son, who, by the way, is now my hero; poor kid has probably suffered a hearing loss . . . ), but I love this Martha Stewart punch and it looks so cool sitting on the transparent web, mounted behind a cut-out window.  And, along come the eensy weensy spiders . . .

And, you know what happens next . . . eeeeeeek!!!

BTW, I thought "eeeek!" fit quite brilliantly on that little tag punch out.

 

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Credits:  Tiny Spider, "eeeek!" by A Muse Artstamps; Black Tea Fresh Ink by Impress Rubber Stamps; Halloween Acetate Die Cuts by Little Yellow Bicycle; Spider  and Tiny Tag Punches by Martha Stewart; Black Scrapper's Floss by Karen Foster

8 Comments
  1. Get out! What a clever use of the acetate perfect paired with the spider and web!! Love it!!

  2. this is a perfect creation! love that transparency.

  3. Eek! How fun that window is!

  4. Great card! I hear you on the spiders. I was staying out in Victoria, BC, and discovered that Son of Aragog was residing in the bathroom. It took all I had to stay in that house, and all I had and more besides, to take a shower. I hear ya sister!

  5. I LOVE this Julie!!! I don’t like spiders either but I love your card!!!!

  6. I have a spider on my blog today, too, but yours is MUCH cuter! Love it!

  7. Oh, my goodness!!! This looks fabulous!

  8. Well doesn’t the blog-o look fabulously CHIC today! I love that spider card! But the real star of the page is you peeking up under that umbrella…love it!

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