For a couple of weeks in October my newest grandson was subjected to more of the same. The singing didn't go over very well. Peek-a-Boo? Now that was a hit.
I wanted to make his first Halloween card as soon as I returned home. I always struggle to come up with crafty designs. But this one designed itself (or at least that's where I'm laying the blame):
The pumpkin is from the Cricut cartridge Create a Critter. The rectangular frame was designed using Cricut Craft Room Basics.
The ghost is from the Cricut cartridge 3 Birds on Parade. "Peek-a" was cut from the Cricut Lite cartridge B is for Boy, and the three dots following were cut using the Martha Stewart Screw Punch.
I also used an EK Success punch for the spider and web. The ghost border inside was cut using a Martha Stewart border punch.
Yes, the card requires an explanation and a well-placed hint on the pumpkin "door", but I was pretty pleased with myself. Not so much for the card itself, but because I mailed it before Halloween.