Wednesday, September 08, 2010

OLW19 and New Stamps!

So last night on Facebook me and some freinds discussed if I needed the newest Halloween set by Mark's Finest Papers. We all thought I did. Tracey really wanted me to get it and make this kid/ghost into the little friend from Charlie Brown who cuts too many holes in his ghost costume. I'm really lucky because Faith lives very close to me, so my stamps where hand delievered by her son Markie just about an hour ago! New stamps in less than an hour delivered by a cute child. You gotta love that! Also my kids said, "We don't know his name but it's a new mailman who is a kid!" When I asked who was at the door. We have a "don't answer the door unless you know who it is policy" of course.

Anyhow I'm really tired tonight, couldn't sleep last night. So I just did one quick card with this. Using TJ's idea to make him that one kid with all the extra holes. I LOVE this stamp set. Also these are my first MFP stamps and my review is that they are JUST as high quality as any other clear stamps I have. :)

This is also my entry in the One Layer Wednesday challange this week, which is black and white with a spot of color. Technically I have three spots of color but I'm going with it.

10 comments:

Bonnie said...

I love these cute little ghosts! Great job of lining them up and the ribbon really gives a nice finishing touch!

runningonink said...

OMG Erin- this is totally awesome! What a fun stamp set! JEALOUS! How fun to get it delivered in an hour!

Susan said...

This is absolutely adorable!!! Love the little ghosts!

Lisa Lara said...

This is toooooooooooooo cute!

Kara said...

so so cute!

Mrs. Fence said...

Absolutely adorable! I love it!

Susan Raihala said...

I agree with everyone else....soooo cute! And how cool that you were able to get your set by special delivery!

Bahb said...

Probably because there are no little kids in my life the past few years, we don't do Halloween, but your ghosts are so compelling! Who could resist that set just because it triggers a smile, no matter the time of year.

Of course it helps that you did a great job and your kids thought the mailman a kid!

mustavcoffee said...

Hi there, love your card, it's so gorgeous. Thank you for dropping by my blog and your kind comments:) xx

ayumills said...

I love this card!! The one with lots of holes look like he is trying to be a cow. So cute!