Sunday, 23 October 2011

Get Funky, gets scary!

It's my turn today to bring you a card for our Get Funky Challenge this month.  Amanda has set us a challenge with Autumn in mind so I have decided to head along the Halloween's my card..

I have used the Funky Freebie that is available on my website for this month as the base card pattern and everything else has come from my craft CD ROM Craft The Year Away.  If you want to know more about how I made this card and get a closer look at my colouring of the pumpkin then pop over the Get Funky Challenge Blog now.

I enjoyed making this card and it's a nice change just before I start to make the dreaded Christmas cards! Though I think this year it's going to be much easier as I will just use my new Christmas CD Twelve Crafters Crafting.. New CD? I hear you ask , I haven't seen it yet..Oh, but you will very soon.

We have some fun things planned to launch this CD, look out for the details later in the week of the BLOG HOP next weekend and don't forget the 25% OFF SALE that is going on right now on the website  There are live TV shows on Create and Craft already booked so you can take a closer look at the CD then as well if you want to.

I'll be back to show and tell you more in the very near future, until then, get joining in with the Get Funky Challenge!
Speak very soon
Anice xx


  1. I love your happy pumpkin...ooh, that sounds like the name of a band :)

  2. Anonymous1:38 pm

    is this an anonymous comment? It's Ian by the way!

  3. Thanks Ian for your lovely comment about all my hard work crafting!..oh you're just showing me about Anonymous comments, thanks Sweetheart..Noted. (Ian is the other half of Funky Hand anyone who is reading this!)
    Anice xx

  4. That's so funny Anice - you and Ian having a conflab in your comments box lol...

    Just popping by to say lovely happy pumpkin... and sorry but he's too happy to be scary!

    Paula x xx


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