Other dies used for this card are QK Aquarius alphabet, Spellbinders nesting ovals, and Martha Stewart border punch.
Here is another example using the full moon and bats die, more spider webby paper and the Maddie Anne font. My hubs thinks I'm a dork. I'm always leaving him punny notes and I love you's around the house. Here's another one!
I used coiled wire to pop the bat on the inside of the card. He pops up and springs to life when the card is opened. Isn't he cute.
What non-traditional ideas can you come up with for spooky shapes meant for Halloween? Don't let it drive you batty! There are lots of frightful and delightful ways in witch you can conjure up some punny projects. ;)
Inside I added one more train car, again adding dimension by cutting a second shape an popping with foam tape. I printed the inside message (happy birthday, Logan) using the computer font that matches the font on the paper. It's a free download called Gilligan's Island. Snag it here!
Using leftovers from my layout I made this simple card.
Again using the summer sun die by Cottage Cutz, and the scallop edger die also by Cottage Cutz. The dots and scallop border is a punch by Martha Stewart and the sentiment is a rubon by Making Memories. Pearl bling is Imaginisce i-rock.