Thursday, October 21, 2010

Handmade Halloween invitations

When my printer stopped working earlier this month I was a little freaked out.  I'd had my heart set on printing out a bunch of my free printable ghost invitations I designed.  I thought and thought of what I could do instead but it was like my imagination was broken. All I could think of was ...beef...stew. (5 points to whoever knows that reference.)  Anyway, I wracked my brain and I just couldn't let go of the adorable idea of ghosts holding a flag banner.  So I went to my craft room got out my stamps, paint and paper and went to work.  What do you think?
halloween invitations2
halloween invitations
I used my sewing machine to put it all together.
I am super happy with how they turned out. :)

I like to link up with these link parties.


Diane Duda said...

they are absolutely charming!

jdavissquared said...

so. stinkin'. cute.

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

Wow, this is sooooo impressive -- love it!!!

Lei said...

those so cool. great idea!

Delia said...

These are so dang creative. I loved getting one in the mail. LOVED much that I hung it up! :)


Sawdust and Paperscraps said...

That is sooo creative! My invites this year were an quickly composed email! So lame. Next year, I will start early and be inspired and come up with something a little better. Thanks for the idea. ;-)

Also, thanks for linking up. Sandra

Susan @ Entertain Exchange said...

These are great - so creative!

Submit them in my Handmade Halloween Contest - starts now!

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Anonymous said...

so so fun!!! i think the stamp look gives the invites even more spooky appeal :) i'm following!

Anonymous said...

featuring your invites on my blog tomorrow!

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

Your ghost banners are just adorable and I love that you sewed it all cute!

Emily@emilysleftovers said...

I love this idea! Sewing all those together must have been hard though! Also, I love your boots- where did you get them?

Lorajean said...

Thanks Emily, the boots were $17 from Ross! The sewing was the easy part. The stamping was the messy, no kids allowed, hard part.

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