As promised, here are SOME of the Halloween or Thanksgiving Swaps. I apologize to some of the Women if I didn't include them, but I just couldn't get a clear picture of their card.
This card was done by Irene Bazell. Irene always comes up with something different everytime. I am not sure of the stamp set name, but I do know that she used her alcohol markers and the best tool... an Air Compressor. That reminds me, I should take mine out and play with it again.
This card was done by Carol Milgram. Isn't it cute? Did you notice the Spider in the top left hand corner? Again, I am not sure of the name of the ghost stamp. The Trick or Treat Stamp was one of last year's Stampin Up Hostess set. She also put it on the new Decorative Label Punch. You really can't see it, but the black paper has glitter on it.
This ghost card was done by Dorothy Terrell. Dorothy always surprises us with her cards and ATC's. This card used a dryer sheet to give a web look. Very effective. Can't wait to see what she has done with punches.
This card was done by Deb Redshaw. It really is too cute to spook. That must be the name of the stamp set. Deb is amazing at punch art cards. At my Stamper's club, I encourage them to bring some of their creations. Deb always brings some awesome things. I look forward to this months swap as the theme is punch art.
Kim Pilchar did this very effective Halloween card. I know that it is hard to see, but the layers and different accents give a very different effect. It really needs to be seen in real life.
This card was done by my upline Elaine Paget. I really like the way that she used the circle and modern label punch. The stamp set is a Stampin Up set called From the Crypt. I didn't take a picture of the inside, but she finished it with the Spider web embossing folder a couple of retired stamp sets.
As I mentioned before, at the end of this month we are Swapping Punch Art cards. Looking forward to that.
Off to Calgary today. Tomorrow, I am helping my son and Daughter in law cook Thanksgiving Dinner for their staff at the Spaghetti Factory. I am also making a little something for everyone. Will keep you posted.
I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving with your family and friends.