Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Stampin'Up! Batty for You

 Okay first let's play a game. Guest what I use for the background for this card? All the one that have it correct will be enter for a drawing.... the winner will get this card in the mail. I will leave this open till Friday 9 and announce the winner Sunday.  Now let's talk about this card. First I use the sketch on clean & simple this week. The color card stock are Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant, Basic Gray and Glossy. Ink: Black and Pumpkin Pie. Stamp set are: Batty for You and Delightful Dozen. Plus I use the embossing folder Spider Web, punch are: Scallop circle, 1 3/8 and 1 1/4 circle. The ribbon is the scallop dots but I glue it the dots in the back so I don't have the white dots.Okay now I would love for you to play the guessing game? What did I use for the background??? Have fun and till next time Happy Stamping!


26 comments:

Kristi said...

I love the way that looks! I think you used a dryer sheet for the background. I really need to get Delightful Dozen. Love the way you did your greeting.

Andrea said...

Hi, I am from Germany. The card looks great. I think you used a dry baby wipe.
Many greetings,
Andrea

Diane said...

Cute way to use a dryer sheet.

Priscilla said...

I think that you used a dryer sheet, glued it to the card stock and then ran it thru the big shot with the embossing folder.

Dina said...

It is a great card. It either one of two things. I believe an used dryer sheet split apart? LOVE your posts! It is like getting a great present everyday from a friend.. that I can't wait to get and open.

inkedx2 said...

I think you used a dryer sheet. Several others ahead of me guess also. I think you sponged it with ink and then ran it through the Big Shot with the embossing folder.

Robbie

Jo said...

You used a dryer sheet and the web embossing folder. I believe you used basic gray to color the sheet. This really makes a nice card for Halloween.

Neppie said...

I agree with the used dryer sheet.

Stampin Becky said...

looks like either a dryer sheet , so very clever!

Thanks sure to case it for club!

Mary said...

Looks like a dryer sheet, very clever!

Shparkey said...

Frenchie, I'm pretty sure it's a dryer sheet embossed with the spider web folder. Very creepy! :o)

Ann said...

I think it is either a
dryer sheet or coffee filter embossed with the spider web folder. :)

littlebitoftoto said...

Looks like a dryer sheet to me....what a cleaver idea

Anonymous said...

I thought you used Mulberry paper with the emboss folder, but then I saw the other comments and thought, "Well, aren't you clever"!! It makes a really great looking spider web. I hope you eventually tell us how you did it !!
Thanks for sharing.
Cindy
cindy@henrytime.com

Regina Cornelius said...

dryer sheet?

karen jutila said...

Hi Frenchie:)

Love your card,and LOVE the the mystery game!!!
I'm such a fan of anything in mystery form!;)
I also think you used a used dryer sheet,glued to cs and run through the Big Shot in the embossing folder.Right?...Wrong? Who knows?!
You're a HOOT!LOL
Karen Jutila

Pam said...

I'm guessing a dryer sheet also. What a great look for Halloween!

Anonymous said...

It looks to me like you separated a white piece of card stock then embossed it and used soot to color it. Mary L.

Lori VK said...

Cute idea! I'm going to guess that you used a used Shout Color Catcher sheet.

Anonymous said...

I would have to say, for the background, it is:
Dryer sheet.

C.Bruneau

Anonymous said...

I think you used a dryer sheet adhered to a piece of white cardstock run it through the big shot with the spider web folder, then sponged with navy ink. Or, after adhering the dryer sheet to the CS you could have brayerd the spider web folder with navy ink and then ran it through the big shot. Anyways, it is a cool card and this was a fun game to play. Thank you for sharing with us.
Judy B.

Donna Kish said...

Definitely a dryer sheet. Love the use of old things to make new fun projects!

Having trouble posting with my google account so will post "anonymously".

Donna K. (stampswellwithothers@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

A dryer sheet love the effect whatever it is
hugs

Becky poochietoo at gmail

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure it was a dryer sheet. Great idea!!!

Terry H.

teddyandterry@bellsouth.net

Anita said...

It looks like a dryer sheet. Great idea!

Dina said...

France
You got to tell us. Please! The mystery is driving me crazy lol.

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