Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Gecko Galz October Feature Post

Hello, my friends!

Welcome to my Feature Post for Gecko Galz!

On the 4th of each month, I share project/s made with wonderful Gecko Galz products.
It will be posted here, on my blog, as well as over at the Gecko Galz Blog.

This month, I tried to make one more card following the theme of "Bump in the Night".
If you missed my first post, you'll find it HERE.

So here's what I have for you this time.
This is the card front.
It's gate-fold and accordion pleated, tied with a gold cord.

Here's what you find when you open it...
ACK!!! lol

Here's a closer look at the creepy clown.
He's not really creepy but I think he is as far as clowns go.
He's not nearly as friendly looking as most.
Did I mention this is a new kind of challenge for me? ;o)
I did add a sparkle bling to his nose for a little extra fright! lol

Other Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock;
Ink: Distress Ink - Walnut Stain;
Bling: Crafts - Mini Sparkle;
Tool: Cricut Explore Air.

Products Used From Gecko Galz:


(the Clown)

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For my next project, I didn't follow the theme at all.
I simply finished a card that I didn't get finished last month.
It's just a fun Harvest themed Scarecrow card.
Isn't he cute?

Other Materials Used:
White Cardstock Card Base;
Ink: Distress ink - Walnut Stain;
Punch: Martha Stewart - Maple Leaf Corner Punch;
Tool: Cricut Explore Air.

Products Used From Gecko Galz:


(Denim Blue Background)

(Orange/Red Background)

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Thanks so much for stopping by
and for having fun with me! :o)

Don't forget to participate in the fun October Customer Challenge!
You can read all the details HERE.

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Donna Phelan said...

Oooh Creepy Clowns are all the rage! I do love your sweet scarecrow too! Well done!

Maria Pilar said...

wooow, so funny cards Nancy!

Daffodil Cards said...

Both are just fun and SUPER makes.

Eekers said...

Clowns and Scarecrows are nightmare fuel! That is all. ;)

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