Thursday, September 20, 2012

Halloween Thank You Cards


After a morning of no phone, internet or TV, we are finally back online!  I did some errands and made a batch of cookies, cleaned out my flower bed and went to Curves!  I hope I haven’t shared these cards with you already….my sweet friends gave me some cute little goodies lately, so I thought I would make some thank you cards!  Especially since one of the goodies was a container of these cute Halloween brads:





These both use my go-to sketch with Scaringbone & Howlstooth DP and the Googly Ghouls set, framed by the oval Designer Frames embossing folder.  Some of the little brads are sparkly….sooooo cute!  The sentiment is from Kindness Matters.

Cassidy really tried hard to put her shoes & socks on all by herself:


Just look at that frustrated expression on her face!!!


We’ll keep working on it!  Enjoy your afternoon!


Emma Fewkes said...

I love your project, so cute ... but those pics of Cassidy are priceless. LOVE IT! Hugs, Emma xx

Bev Gomez said...

Hi LeAnne, cute card and the pics of Cassie just cracked me up!
Hugs, Bev

Kathya said...

Oh my gosh, these cards are absolutely adorable! And those brads, how cute... Not to mention the cutie in the pictures below. What a sweet story those pictures tell. Great job on the cards!

Linda said...

OH my this is such an adorable card. I love love love that cute little image and the paper and layout. So cute!
OH Sweet Little Cassidy. They should give little ones two color shoes and the blue is always the left side and the white is always right side. Or something like that. She is one determined little girl.

Marisa said...

Loving the papers and the googly eyes!!

What a precious face...poor thing. Used to tell my kids their shoes were on the right feet if they made an "M" when they put them together and on the wrong feet if they made a "W" when they put them together.

Tracey McNeely said...

Seriously awesome LeAnne! Your focal point with the frame and that adorable mummy is fantastic! She's determined, she'll do it.

Linda Callahan said...

I love that DSP - fun Halloween works better for me than creepy Halloween! Your cards are sweet! And Miss C is determined for sure!