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A BEVY OF MONSTERS


***WARNING...CUTE ALERT***


The Monsters and Creeps are out and around. 
So lock your doors to keep safe and sound.

If you are looking for a great Halloween card that is UNDER 10 MINUTES to build this is it.  I made a variety of these to give you different ideas of creeps you can make.  From start to finish these Halloween cards are a breeze and would be perfect for a class, office and for some friends.  I made these in between making projects...mostly waiting for things to dry!  The googlie eyes are different sizes make them so cute. 

All the cards are stamped with Scrappy Moms Stamps Halloween set Bewitched!
Mummy
 

Frankenstein

Candy Corn

Vampire, I love this one!  I didn't distress the white glitter paper.  Then added this red glitter glue to the fangs.

Ghost, I posted this the other day HERE

All my fun cards together

I cut the cards to 5x5.  Then I cut a 4 3/3x 4 3/4 black for the black behind the googlie eyes.  Pick your coloured carstock and rip.  I distressed the torn edges a bit then mounted it onto the black cardstock, trim if needed.  Make sure to rip an opening for the eyes and mouth if you need.  If you do fangs, just cut the fangs from the scraps and tuck it in.  I bent mine a bit.

This is an easy card...I promise!


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Comments

  1. These are so great. I hope you don't mind, but I'm seriously scraplifting this idea! I have a mummy card posted on my blog, but it's amazing how many different techniques there are to making them! I love your ideas here. They are fantastic and actually do look like they could be done fairly quickly which is something I'm looking for so thanks so much for the awesome inspiration! :0) I haven't been to your blog for a while and i'm so glad I stopped by today. :0)
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  2. omg these are so awesome and spooky and creepy all in one...love me

    Tina

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  3. Nicole
    these are to dang cute and I saved the photo for next year(as i already did mine for this year dang it...lol)
    great job

    cathie
    http://cathiescafe-scraphappy.blogspot.com/

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  4. These are great!!!I will make these for my class.Thanks for sharing!!
    Anita

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  5. Crazy cute...great idea..tfs
    www.justwordz.ca

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  6. OMG... these are SO cute! BRILLIANT! :)

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  7. Those cards are PERFECTLY SCARY!! LOVE them! I am so going to try and make a few of these for my friends! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  8. Love the vampirian affect on the blood dripping teeth...they look like fun ....a great little set of decorations too...coming from the mind of a turly spooky girl!

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  9. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these! You are so creative, especially for Halloween!!! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  10. These are fantastic, Nicole!! I love how easy they are to make. You are so talented!!

    Hugs!

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  11. FABULOUS! You are so stinkin' creative - I love them!! :D

    - Mel

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  12. You so ROCK! I love these and the stamps are to die for (no pun intended) :D

    Happy Scrappin'

    Sue B
    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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  13. These are AWESOME!! Spook-tastic Nicole!! TFS!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  14. Lovin' these card Nicole.
    I have done the mummy one for a Halloween Birthday card.
    I am really loven' the vampire one, too cute.

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  15. OMG THESE ARE SUPER EASY and FUn. I was not sure at first and then I went at it and I had super fun. THANKS for your idea its the bestest cards I made yet. I still gotta make the vampire one also. Thank you very much.

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