My card is a bit twisted and cuckoo, but that works perfect for Halloween. Back when I was a kid we had these extra large cardboard skeletons with hinged limbs. You could pose the skeleton in all kinds of contortions. I thought I was so clever to put one hand on his head and one on his hip. With that in mind I decided to emboss the skeleton from the Piece of Poison stamp set, cut it out, and then chop it up and amputate it. I used mini brads (which are ultra mini) to hinge and put him all back together so I could pose the skeleton to show off the "trick or treat" banner.
One thing I like to do with Halloween stuff is to add cobwebs. To do this I get my hot glue gun ready, squirt glue on a grubby sponge, pounce a second old sponge on top and back and forth, then pull the sponges apart to create "spidery" webs. Wrap and stretch them across your card!
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Stamps: Piece of Poison
Papers: Basic Gray, Wild Wasabi, & Very Vanilla Cardstocks, Pick Your Poison DSP, and Pick Your Poison Quick Accents
Accessories: Letterpress Plate, Sponges, Decorative Label Punch, Wild Wasabi & tangerine Tango Embossing Powders, Mini Brads, Basic Rhinestones
Other: Hot Glue Gun