Saturday, October 22, 2011

Penny Black Saturday Challenge...Week 174

Morning folks....it's Saturday and time for another challenge over at Penny Black Saturday. I loved all the "On The Move" creations for last week's challenge....you all did a great job and totally rocked it..well done everyone....pop over and check if you are last week's lucky winner.
We are racing through the month of October and before we know it will be Halloween...a night of fun for all the trick and treaters...when all the spooky ghouls witches and spiders come out to play...so to get you in the mood...this week's challenge is...
TOO CUTE TO SPOOK



 Paper: WeR Memory Keepers
Image: Penny Black...Frightful Flight
Memory Box Creepy Web Die 
Spiders: Black Dew Drops with twine legs
Ribbon: American Crafts
Sentiment: TH Idea-ology Alphabits Ransom
Buttons from stash
the spider's web die cuts were the life saving pieces of kit that my lovely buddy Dawny P sent me after my "can you help me out" SOS and not content with mooching a pile of die cuts...I also lifted her fabulous idea for making spiders....yes I know in reality spiders have 8 legs but these are their 6 legged cousins. 
and we have a super cute prize this week for one lucky winner...
Penny Black....Frightful Flight
I know that we are not really into making Halloween cards in this country and being a canny Scot I like to get lots of mileage out of my stamps...so don't think that this cutie is only suitable for Halloween...ink up your stamp and then mask off the pumpkin face...
 and voila you have a balloon suitable for any happy celebration card...
Now it's your turn to get all spooky....look forward to seeing what you all create this week and I'll be popping by during the week to pay you a visit....in the meantime happy crafting and enjoy your weekend whatever you have planned.
Hugs Kath xxx

28 comments:

  1. oh how cute is this, what a lovely stamp!

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  2. Beaut card & great tip about the masking Kath, easy peasy when I see your example!

    Cheers
    Cynthia

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  3. hi kath ! this is fun !!!! great card, love your spiders very much
    thanks for sharing
    greetings, martina
    x

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  4. Great card Kath, cute image and love the spiders. Have a great day.

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  5. Love the spooky card Kath, haven't made one! Like you, I like to get so much out of my stamps and look at them in a different light sometimes. Wonder if I have a PB I could make into a Spook for the occasionj! Carolxx

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  6. wauwww kath this is to stunning and spooky!!!! love your details and image!!!!
    xx petra

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  7. Hi Kath What a fab idea shows you can do alsorts with these gorgeous images:)Sandra H

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  8. Fabulous card kath - and as someone who doesn't have a lot of Hallowe'en supplies I love the spider idea! Brillliant idea using the pumpkin as a balloon too - i have this stamp and will try to remember this! Have a great weekend
    pauline x

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  9. genius idea with the masking Kath
    stunning card - and can I just say I love the explanation about the 6 legs ;)
    Debz
    xx

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  10. Love your card Kath and what a great idea with the stamp, never make hallowen card myself although it is a big thing nowadays, shops full of halloween goodies. Great card for halloween !! Aud

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  11. Gorgeous card and I love the masking tip - many thanks!

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  12. the spider buttons are fantastic! great idea Dawny!
    love this card.

    love teen xx

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  13. Fabby card Kath. Love those spiders and their web. Thanks for the tip about masking off the pumpkin face. I think this is the only PB Halloween stamp I have!

    I'm really annoyed with myself about running out of time last week cos I had the perfect image and it would have been a card for my son's birthday.

    Kat xx

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  14. We're not into halloween either....but love your card! And your home-made spiders are great!

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  15. Fab card Kath and lovely that the stamp is so adaptable. I only have one Halloween stamp and I don't make cards for Halloween so will have to make a spooky birthday card instead.

    Karen x

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  16. Totally terrific Hallowe'en card. Great masking tip too.

    Thanks xxx

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  17. So cute, Kath! I love the button "o"s in "spooky!" Your six legged spiders are the perfect touch. Wonder if I can spookify one of my PB stamps? Hmmm....

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  18. Hi Kath, I would never have thought of masking the pumkin face & very clever idea with the spiders.
    Ann x

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  19. I love these colours & your masking technique making the pumpkin into a balloon is brilliant. Super spider & web too.
    Paula (PEP)

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  20. Ooh, great way to use that stamp! And such a sweet card too - I love the little spiders and webs! I hope you're enjoying your weekend!

    Love Beth xx

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  21. Spooktacular card Kath - love the spider's web...and those wee spiders are adorable!
    Helen x

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  22. Stunning, love it. Those bows are fabulous, when and if you get the time could you please tell us how you make them, I can't even do a single bow.

    Kath x

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  23. oh this is super cute huni i love cute halloween cards and love your top tip on how to use him all year round its fab xx

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  24. Hi Kath...love the spooky card and the spiders. Great idea to mask the pumpkin face....must start having another look at my stamps to see how much more mileage I can get out of them.
    Debbie x

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  25. what a spectacular card i think those spider ropes and bow made it so creative.


    Plastic Cards
    Plastic card printing

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  26. I love this and if your permission I would love to show it on my blog (refering back to you of course)

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  27. Another very seasonal & very clever card design, love it Kath. Jx

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  28. morning Kath a great card lovely design x

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Thanks for taking the time to visit me in the cubbyhole...I love to hear from you.
hugs Kath xxx