Here's what the inside looks like. I used a piece of DSP from the Night and Day Specialty pack. This piece covers the hole that I punched out and where I inserted the sweet treat cup. The image inside the card came from the set called Twick or Tweet.
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Tuesday, September 8, 2009
At first when I saw this background stamp called All Hallow's Eve, I wasn't interested in getting it until I saw what you could do with it! I selected the image from the BG that I wanted to feature in my card and inked up only that area. For today's card, I decided to use the skull. I saw the skull featured in the catalog where they used the rhinestone brads for his eyes, I kind of wanted to try that out. I punched out the circle on my card with the 1 3/4" circle punch which was the perfect size to insert my sweet treat cup through. These sweet treat cups are 12 for only $2.95. There are many other uses for these cups other than what I did here. I will try to create more samples to show you. Here's a side view of the cup. I decided to fill it with some seed beads to make it a shaker. You can see the skull as the background.