Can you believe it is already September? You know what that means- more Hallowe'en crafts! Every square inch of my craft table is covered in black, orange, green, glitter, spiders, ravens, and skeletons. It looks good that way.
Amongst the piles of spooky goodness, I found a few Wrought Iron ATC Cards with a gothic fence and spiderweb borders. The borders are neat because they add a little depth to the cards. Paint them, emboss them, add glitter to them, then half of the card is already finished! I added images from the Little Darlings collage sheet and gave two of them crepe paper costumes. (Do you see that minuscule buckle on the witch? So small!) The third kid got a pair of bat wings from the Halloween Dress Up Half sheet. Done!
To make the cards stand upright, I simply carved out a small section of these fun Jack-o-Lantern erasers and slid the corners of the card in the slot.
Everything I used for the ATCs can be found at Alpha Stamps or to see a supply list, click HERE.