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DRS Teams Up with SheetLoads!

>> Thursday, October 1, 2009

Posted by Jessica G.

Have you downloaded your free October issue of SheetLoadsyet? You'll definitely want to spend time browsing through this month's DRS Designs sponsored e-zine sponsored. It not only contains the supply list and cutting diagram to create your own projects from the featured sketch, but also loads of amazing cards and 'not a card' projects by two Design Teams -- ours and SheetLoads'!

Here's my 'Halloween Lookout' card taken straight from the sketch; can you see the sparkly stars on the background black panel?

Stamps: DRS Designs (Halloween Lookout L253, Tiny Happy Halloween A042, Vicki's Versatile Background H369, Star Background H124); Ink: Stampin' Up (Creamy Caramel), Tsukineko (Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark); Markers: Stampin Up (Black); Cardstock: Stampin' Up (Kraft, Black, Crushed Curry, Dusty Durango); Die Cut: Spellbinders (Rectangle Nestabilities); Embossing: Stampendous powder (Stardust); Other: Sakura (Stardust glitter pen), unknown (velvet brad, scallop scissors).

There are no extra layers, only a few homemade embellishments like these cobwebs I created by cutting a square with scallop scissors and by drawing web strands with a clear glitter pen:

Another fun touch is a spider whose body is a velvet brad:

Make sure to check out the eZine or the top of the blog for DRS Designs' ad... they have a special offer for SheetLoad readers!


Cathy Indelicato said...

I love this card!!!

Anonymous said...

WOW!! Jess, this card is brilliant!! You've aced this layout!!

Sue said...

I love all the little extras! Great spider!

Jennifer E. said...

What a great Halloween card! I love your handmade embellies--they look store-bought!!

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Thanks so much to all of the ladies at DRS Designs for sponsoring, and playing along with us in, this issue!


Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are both fabulous! I love all the Halloween flavor and your web is terrific on the first one and the scene on the second one is just fab.

Samantha said...

What a wonderful card! It's certainly starting to look like Halloween around here! Great job!

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