It may have been a commercial on t.v., who knows, but here is what it produced.
On my craft table, I noticed I still had a couple of Cookie Cutter Halloween friends laying around and decided I needed to use them, before they got lost.
Knowing I didn't have the sentiment I wanted, I grabbed my Labeler Alphabet and made it myself.
Pumpkin Pie 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded at 4 1/4"
Halloween Night Designer Series Paper - 4 1/4" x 1 1/2"
Whisper White - 5" x 1 5/8"
I popped Mr. No Body up with Stampin' Dimensionals
Inside - Whisper White 5 1/4" x 4"
Adorable??? Right? I'm tickled with it! I hope you are too!
You may ask... why does it look smudged up all over? Well, that's a very good question. I could fib and tell you it was planned, but I'm terrible and fibbing, so here's the truth.
I left the ink pad open, the stamp case touched it and when I pulled it back across the table to put my letters back inside. BOOM - ink on my card. ARRRGHHHH! Ok... this is about a Mummy, so, smudge up the rest of the inside to match! Ta- Da!
Works for me... Hubby liked it too, so Yay! ha ha ha!
Back to the office today after a three day weekend. I have to say, I'm ready to go back. Too much to do around here, I need to go back to a normal work day! Time to get ready for the General Election now and I imagine my email box will start filling up very quickly with the important questions about registering to vote and ordering a mail ballot.
Thank you for looking in today ~ Happy Tuesday! ~ Donna
p.s. You'll see the list below of items used. While I didn't use the Cookie Cutter Christmas Bundle, it is something you will want to get in addition to the Cookie Cutter Halloween. The Christmas one comes with the punch in a bundle, the Halloween one does not, so you would need to order the punch separately. You really NEED the punch! :)