I couldn’t wait any longer.
The DCWV Bewitched papers and embellishments were begging me to use them.
In our house Halloween is a pretty big deal.
When Ashlyn and Holden were smaller shortly after their March birthday the talks would begin on what they were going to be for Halloween.
Yes, we Andrews are planners.
A lot of time and thought goes into Halloween preparations~ the right costume, the right candy and the right decorations.
So, I guess it’s no surprise that I decided to decorate my Pottery Barn tree for Halloween last night.
I used the Cricut Happy Hauntings cartridge to cut my characters at 4.75″ tall.
My Spooky crew~
My tree all decorated~
I love, love, love the foil and glitter paper found in the Cardstock Stack.
I was nervous about cutting them; however, they both cut easily and cleanly.
Using a well used, but sticky mat I used High Pressure, Medium Speed and a Blade Depth of 6.
A close up of my pal Frank~
The other ornaments~
I punched several of the decorated papers with various Fiskars punches and used several of the embellishments to make additional ornaments.
I also added little ribbon flags to the branches as well.
As you can see Hartly approves~
I do believe her favorite is the ghost.
Every time she sees it we hear, “Eeeek! A Ghost!!”
And yes, it is now sitting prominently next to the breakfast table.
So, we will be hearing that a lot!
DCWV The Bewitched Stack, The Bewitched Cardstock Stack, The Bewitched Matstack and the Halloween Combo Embellishment Flip Pack
Halloween twine, Celebrate It and Studio G ribbon, TH Tiny Attacher